New board members join Clark College Foundation
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Three prominent Clark County residents have joined the Clark College Foundation board of directors.
Vancouver Mayor Tim Leavitt, dentist Glen Hollar and Jane Cook, a marketing strategist, joined the 22-member board this spring. They are each eligible for a total of three consecutive three-year terms.
The Clark College Foundation is a nonprofit that is the fundraising arm of Clark College.
Leavitt served as a city council member for seven years before being elected mayor in 2009. He is a Clark College alumnus. He also is on the boards of C-TRAN, the Columbia River Crossing Project Sponsors Council, the Regional Transportation Council and the regional economic development partnership.
Jane Cook, of Battle Ground, is a professional marketing strategist who specializes in social media. Cook has served in volunteer roles for the Columbia River Yacht Club, Prairie High School, Clark County Juniors Volleyball Club and the Pink Lemonade Project.
Glen Hollar, of Battle Ground, has been a resident of Clark County for more than four decades. He is the former president of the Clark County Dental Society and the owner of Above & Beyond Dentistry & Implants. Hollar's wife, Karen, and four sons are Clark College alumni.