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When an institution of higher learning stays in tune with its surrounding community, together they can improve the educational, career, and quality-of-life outlook for everyone involved. Kent State University Geauga Regional Academic Center in Twinsburg remains relevant to the changing needs of the local region because it relies on an advisory board comprised of members who are truly representative of the community they serve.
The Regional Academic CenterAdvisory board consists of 11 members; six of them already in place plus five recently appointed. Existing members include:
Five new members were recently added to the Regional Academic Center Advisory Board to serve three-year terms, representing KSU to the community at local functions, supporting scholarship funding initiatives, and making community connections on behalf of Angela Spalsbury, Ph.D., dean and chief administrative officer of Kent State University at Geauga and the Regional Academic Center.
New members include:
Jamey DeFabio (Real Estate Agent at Keller Williams; Twinsburg Township Trustee; Chief Bailiff of Bedford Municipal Court)
Megann Eberhart (Executive Director, Twinsburg Chamber of Commerce; member, President, Barberton Board of Education; member, Summit ArtSpace Board and Northeast Ohio Council on Higher Education Internship Task Force)
Lori Posk, M.D., FACP (Medical Director, Cleveland Clinic Twinsburg Family Health and Surgery Center; Medical Director, Cleveland Clinic-MyChart; Associate Staff Department of Internal Medicine; Assistant Professor of Medicine Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve)
Laura Leonard (Director, Twinsburg Public Library)
Ted Yates (Mayor, City of Twinsburg)
Each of these RAC Advisory Board members represent a wealth of professional and personal assets that promise to accelerate the synergy that already exists between the Twinsburg Community and KSU’s Regional Academic Center. Read more about how the Regional Academic Center is shaping up.