Cowley College Board of Trustees
Pictured, left to right, are Dennis Shurtz, Bob Juden (Chairman), Jill Long, JoLynn Foster, Sid Regnier, Brian Sanderholm, Ned Graham, and Dr. Dennis C. Rittle.
The Board of Trustees is a seven person corporate body elected by the citizens of Cowley County who assist the president of the college in the management of the institution.
Board meetings are held the third Monday of each month at 6:00 pm in the McAtee Dining Center, 206 South 4th Street, Arkansas City, KS. All Board of Trustee meetings are open to the public.
To view the official minutes, press releases that summarize the board meetings and highlight discussions and decisions, go to Board Meeting Highlights.
Board members include:Chairman: Bob Juden
Elected to Board April, 2015. Cowley College is of vital importance to Arkansas City and the County to both the students and the financial stability of the area. Interested in aiding the college in growth while maintaining a strong fiscal position.
Graduate of Arkansas city High School and Wichita State University with a degree in Accounting. Past member of AICPA and Kansas Society of Certified Public Accounts. Employed by Parman, Tanner, Soule & Jackson as staff accountant for nine years. Regional Air Carrier Controller for eight years. Employed at G.E. Engine services in Finance and Compliance department for 17 years. Current Community involvement includes Treasurer of Board of South Central Kansas Regional Medical Center, Treasurer of local Habitat for Humanity chapter, Finance Chairman of Sacred Heart Catholic Church and member of Board of Zoning Appeals of Arkansas City. Married to Robert Foster. Have three married daughters, eight grandchildren and one great grandson.
Jill Long Jill Long
Jill Long has been a board member since July 2016. She has been a Certified Public Accountant for over 30 years.
She owns a public accounting firm in Winfield Kansas — JP LONG CPA LLC. Her practice focuses on helping small businesses and the families that own them, set and achieve their goals. Jill was born and raised in Nebraska. Her accounting degree is from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Jill is currently the Treasurer of Cumbernauld Village, Sec/Treasurer of Winfield Economic Development and Past President of Winfield Area Chamber of Commerce.
She has also served as the President of the Winfield Public Library, Treasurer of Winfield Isle of Lights, Inc., Treasurer, Winfield Country Club, and President, Soroptimist of Winfield along with many other worthwhile organizations.
Jill and her husband Jeff, have raised their boys, Wilson and Bennett, in Winfield and are proud to call Cowley County Kansas, their home.Graham
Ned Graham has been a board member since July 2013.
His current term expires in July 2017.
Graham is currently a Sales Associate with Albright Realty in Winfield. He has two sons, one in Wichita and one in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma; they each have two sons.
Elected to the Cowley County Community College Board in April 2015.
The main purpose of Cowley College and Vocational Technical School is to provide educational opportunities to students that meet their needs and to work with various communities and businesses and industries to give support to them and help in anyway feasible to provide future employees to meet their needs. Regnier is a former high school and community college teacher and coach. He graduated from a Community College in Nebraska and has a Master’s Degree from Emporia State University, KS. He served 30 years as the business officer at two community colleges and is currently on the Legacy Regional Community Foundation Board. He has three children, nine grandchildren, and eight great grandchildren.Sanderholm
Last updated August 2016.
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