On Oct. 4, 2017, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee reappointed Judith L. Hartmann as a member of the South Puget Sound Community (SPSCC) Board of Trustees. Originally appointed by Gov. Inslee in 2013, this will be Hartmann’s second term at SPSCC.
“In a five-member board, every member’s contribution is manifest. Trustee Hartmann is no exception. Her experience in the K-12 system, education policy, and the legislative process has served this board well. She stepped up to serve as Board Chair for several years in a generous commitment of her time, and this has enriched her understanding of the board’s governance role in very short order,” said Leonor R. Fuller, Chair of the Board of Trustees.
Prior to her first appointment, she was a retired Executive Policy Advisor for the governor’s office. Hartmann has also served on boards for Tacoma Kiwanis, Capital City Marathon, Sound Partnership Health Benefit Trust, and the K-20 Telecommunications Network Board.
“As her vice-chair during this time period, I can attest to her collaborative nature and her dedication to SPSCC,” added Fuller. “Trustee Hartmann’s next term on the Board will deepen her knowledge of SPSCC’s institutional history in ways that can only lead to being of better service to the college and will also help the Board lead effectively during this exciting time of growth for SPSCC.”