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Tuesday, February 27, 2024
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2020 WCJC Board Election; meet your candidate

The County Gin reached out to each candidate that filed for a position on the Wharton County Junior College Board of Trustees, requesting a short bio and photograph.

WCJC Board of Trustees, Position 3

Ann M. Hundl, Position 3 (Unopposed)

Bio and photo for Ann M. Hundl not available at this time.

WCJC Board of Trustees, Position 4

Amy Rod, Position 4 (Unopposed)

Bio and photo for Amy Rod not available at this time.

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WCJC Board of Trustees, Position 8

Sue Zanne Williamson Urbis, Position 8

Sue Zanne Williamson Urbis, Position 8

I am running for Wharton County Junior College Trustee because I am committed to our community, the success of our students, and the support of our faculty and staff. I attended WCJC as did my mother, brothers, sister, and nephews. In addition, my father took adult education classes to learn welding and land surveying. WCJC is an invaluable resource for the current and emerging needs of our community and I uphold the mission of WCJC. With over 35 years of experience as a teacher and administrator in universities, community colleges, and public schools, I bring diverse and varied perspectives. My personal plan is to help identify additional financial resources and to help increase student scholarship opportunities.

Edee Sinclair, Position 8

Edee Sinclair, Position 8

My name is Edee Sinclair and I am running for Wharton County Junior College Board of Trustees Position 8. I have lived in Needville for 32 years. My husband and I have three grown children and 8 grandchildren. Our children participated in courses offered by WCJC through the dual credit program at Needville High School. Affordable quality education is paramount to our future. I am currently the only member on the Board from Needville. It is important that we continue to strengthen educational opportunities for WCJC students from all counties. I was appointed by the Board in September 2019 due to the retirement of Mr. Ollie Kunkel. I went through an application and interviewing process by the Board. The vote was unanimous to accept me as a member of the Board of Trustees. Since last year, I have participated in and fulfilled training requirements to serve on the Board. I would appreciate your vote!

This election is in conjunction with the November 3, 2020 General Election. For polling locations and times for Wharton County, please see below.

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Jessica Hartman is the publisher of The County Gin and a realistic dreamer with creative expression. She can be reached at jessica@thecountygin.com or (979) 533-0122, but careful — she's a talker.

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