PSC Board of Trustees Selects Brunetta Hill-Corley to Fill Interim Position

Chicago Heights, IL–(ENEWSPF)– The Prairie State College (PSC) Board of Trustees has selected Brunetta Hill-Corley as interim trustee to fill the opening created with the retirement of John Marks from the Board of Trustees. Hill-Corley will serve until the next PSC election in 2011. The selection was made during a special board meeting held Tuesday, November 10.

Hill-Corley was chosen from a field of seven candidates. All seven candidates were interviewed. She will be sworn in at the November 24, 2009, meeting.

Currently Hill-Corley works for Sauk Village as chief of staff, prior to that she was employed by School District 168 as grants and accounts payable clerk. She also worked for IBM Corporation as an administrative specialist.

“We feel Ms. Hill-Corley’s background in public administration will be a valuable asset to the board. We look forward to having her join us,” said Mark Fazzini, PSC Board of Trustees chairman.

To qualify for the interim position, a candidate had to be a registered voter and a resident of Illinois Community College District 515 for a minimum of one year prior to the appointment. Applicant’s submitted a letter of interest and a complete prospective member profile to the PSC Board of Trustees.