SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A presidential search committee for BridgeValley Community and Technical College has announced three finalists for the post.
The school is seeking a successor to retiring president Jo Harris.
The finalists are Eunice Bellinger, who has held upper-level administrative positions at several colleges; Cindy Kelley, vice president for academic affairs at Motlow State Community College in Tennessee; and Johnny Moore, special assistant to the president at Northeast Texas Community College.
The finalists will participate in open forums with administrators, employees, students and the public. Moore is to be on campus on Tuesday, Bellinger on Thursday and Kelley on April 25.
The Board of Governors will forward its recommendation to the West Virginia Council for Community and Technical College Education for final approval.
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