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Eight Individuals File for Consideration to Fill DMC Board of Regents District 4 Seat

Article by: College Relations

As of the filing deadline of Tuesday, May 29, a total of eight individuals had submitted their letters of interest and resumes for consideration to be appointed to the District 4 seat vacated last month by the resignation of former Del Mar College Regent Guy L. Watts.

The College’s Board of Regents will review the applications during a Called Meeting on Tuesday, June 5, and will select applicants to be interviewed by the Board at the monthly Regular Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, June 12. Following the interviews, it is expected that the Board will make an appointment to fill the District 4 vacancy.

The appointment to the Board will extend to the November 2020 election.

Individuals who filed for the seat include:

• Ken Combs
• Nathan S. Cook, Ph.D.
• Thomas V. Gottemoller
• Jacqueline Phillips, D.O.
• Raymond M. Rose, M.Ed.
• Mary Sherwood, Ph.D.
• Armando Solis
• Laurie Turner, Ed.D.

A map of the College’s districts is available online at:

www.delmar.edu/regents-and-community/board-of-regents/board-meeting.html

 

 

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