Tuesday, May 24, 2022 8:57 AM
The Northeast Iowa Community College Board of Trustees appointed Dean Sherman on May 16 to serve District 4.
Sherman, from Manchester, replaces former trustee Kent Nelson who resigned last month. He will represent the Oelwein, Starmont and West Delaware school districts. Sherman’s term will expire in 2025.
“I am delighted to have the opportunity to serve on the NICC Board of Directors to help continue the excellent community service it has provided. Because of my previous work in economic development, I see this as an opportunity to improve the quality of life for many. I look forward to representing District 4 and interacting with school districts and communities in northeast Iowa,” Sherman said.
Sherman is a Sales Representative for Galls Uniform Sales in Kansas City and currently serves as the first member of the Ward Council for the City of Manchester.
The nine members of the Board of Directors are elected voluntarily by the public. The board of trustees sets college policy, hires and evaluates the president, and ensures that the NICC meets the needs of its communities.
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