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Jacque Bollinger, assistant director of staffing and Residence Life at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, has been elected to the Executive Board of the Association of College & University Housing Officers – International (ACUHO-I). She took office in June during the association’s annual conference and exposition.

ACUHO-I is comprised of more than 6,400 housing professionals from more than 900 colleges and universities from around the world. The volunteer-driven association provides innovative, value-driven programs, services, research and development to support and evolve the collegiate housing industry.

The 2008-2009 Executive Board is the first under a new governance structure for the association. New offices were created based on knowledge areas within the college housing profession. Previously, the board was made up primarily of regional representatives.

“I look forward to this coming year of working with Jacque and the rest of the board,” said Norb Dunkel, ACUHO-I President and University of Florida assistant vice president and director of Housing and Residence Education. “It will be an exciting time as we engage our membership and work to position our association and profession for the future.”

Other new board members include Jill Eckardt (Florida Atlantic University), Vice President; Steve Waller (Louisiana State University), Facilities and Physical Environment Director; Lynne Deninger (Cannon Design), Sustainability Director; Tony Cawthon (Clemson University), Knowledge Enhancement Director; Pam Schreiber (Florida Gulf Coast University), Workforce Development Director; Peter Galloway (West Chester University of Pennsylvania), Business Practices and Enhancements Director; Ana Hernandez (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne), Globalization Director; Chuck Rhodes (Sonoma State University), Inclusion and Equity Director; and Cathy Bickel (Ball State University), Residence Education Director. They join Dunkel and President-Elect Mike Schultz (Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville) in leading the association.

Source: ACUHO-I press release

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