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Left to Right: Rhonda Lauritzen, Vice President for Student Services; James R. Taggart, Vice President for Instructional Services; Collette Mercier, President; B. Tyler Call, Vice President for College Services; Tina Smith, Executive Assistant; Karen Thurber, Development Director (since retired)
We have enjoyed a great deal of success in the past, and the recognition we have earned during our history in the Ogden-Weber community is linked directly to the leadership, business involvement, and support we have received from a broad base of community, education, civic, and business leaders.
Included in the support that we continue to receive are employers, business executives, governmental agency staff, school district and university representatives, civic leaders, and local/state legislators who work to further the mission of the tech college.
Three highly visible college organizations stand out in providing community executive leadership to our students, faculty, and staff:
The dedicated men and women who serve in these organizations exemplify the highest standards of leadership, voluntarism, and commitment to the tech college and this community.
Besides providing us with invaluable experience and judgment in making sound business and financial decisions, these individuals serve as ambassadors for the college, promoting and enhancing the awareness of our mission and the many benefits the community receives from the institution. There are many state and community leaders and educators currently serving in executive leadership positions for the college. They are presented below:
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