Candidates VY for 6-year terms ON BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Sub head: The college has had Joseph Wozniak and David Carlin on the Board for six years and their positions are now up for grabs. Six candidates are in the running for chairs on the board and elections will begin on April 9.
Agustin is a retired architect and vies for the six-year term on the board to help ensure that tax dollars are used to benefit students and wants to work closely with SLC and the faculty association to reach his goals with construction projects.
Carlin has been at the college on the board for the last six years and is running for another six. Carlin is a Senior Advisor to the Chief of Staff of the Illinois State Treasurer and will continue to strengthen the college’s financial situation and ensure that the students are getting a high quality education that meets the needs of the community.
Flores is a former student of the college, a soldier and Poly Sci major from Roosevelt University. Flores wants to enhance the quality of education at the college by increasing the number of faculty with doctorates and has a target ratio for full time and part time faculty members.
Hamilton is a businesswoman and a mother and has three key words towards her goals. Accessibility, accountability and relevance all apply to what she wants to bring to the board. She wants education easily accessible, curriculum relevant to the community and educators held accountable for their work.
Lanners is a retired professor of stage video and photography from the college and says he will be able to make the much needed connection between the board and the faculty members. Lanners wants to work to help veterans by extending their intensive study courses and overcome the new bills to come for the pension reform.
Wozniak has been at the college on the board for the last six years and is running for another six. Wozniak is a graphics designer and wants to continue to increase energy efficiency within the college and keep taxes low for taxpayers and tuition low for students.