Board of Trustees

Posted on 27 March 2013 by admin

Four candidates in BOT race.

By: Ashley Higginbotham
-Asst. News Editor-

On April 2, citizens will vote for the candidate who will occupy the new open seat open for STLCC’s board of trustees. The winner will have the seat for a six-year term.

Previous seat holder Joan Ordinachev opted to step down due to family issues.

An election was held in April 2012 to find a replacement until the April 2013 election. Joan McGivney was chosen as the temporary member.

Four candidates are now in contention  for the board seat. Candidates include Joan McGivney, Samuel Henderson, Robert M. Johns and Allison Stenger. The election  to decide which candidate will win the seat takes place on April 9.

 

Joan McGivner

 

Joan McGivner

McGivney is hoping to be re-elected into the seat she currently occupies. McGivney was part of Webster Groves City Council. She earned her master’s degree from St. Louis University, and was a volunteer tutor for Mentor St. Louis.

 

 

Samuel Henderson

 

Samuel Henderson

Attorney Samuel Henderson is running for the first time. Henderson was a former student at STLCC and earned his juris doctorate and graduated from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. He was a former board member for the Missouri Equal Housing Opportunity Council.

 

 

Robert M. Johns

 

Robert M. Johns

Former systems server analyst Robert M. Johns is running for the board for a second time. He has a bachelor’s degree from Almeda University. He served as a committee chair for Fair St. Louis.

 

 

Allison Strenger

 

Allison Stenger

Attorney Allison Stenger is running for office for the first time. Stenger earned her juris doctorate from St. Louis University School of law. This position will be her first board position if she wins.

 

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