WCTC fills board vacancies
According to a news release sent by Waukesha County Technical College, two vacated seats on the WCTC District Board have been filled.
The WCTC District Board is made up of nine appointed members who are residents of the district, including two employers, two employees, three additional members, a school district administrator and one elected official who holds a state or local office. All serve on a voluntary basis. The members of the board are appointed by a board appointment committee comprised of the county board chairpersons of the counties included, all or in part, in the WCTC district including Waukesha, Dodge, Jefferson and Racine.
Luis Hernandez Jr. will fill the unexpired term for the “Additional Member” category due to the resignation of Board member Carolyn Evenson. He will serve January 29, 2013 – June 30, 2014.
Alan A. Karch will fill the “Employee” category and serve January 29, 2013 – June 30, 2015. He is the manufacturing plant manager for Bruno Independent Living Aids in Oconomowoc.
Hernandez is the president and owner of Waukesha-based Urethane Power Systems Plus, Inc., a minority-owned custom manufacturer of flexible polyurethane parts. He is vice president of the Scholastic Fund for Students of Hispanic Descent and a member of the Waukesha County Business Alliance and the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce. He resides in Waukesha.
Karch attended Waukesha County Technical College from 1974-1976 where he studied Machine Tool operation as well as Tool and Die design, and he has more than 30 years of manufacturing experience. Karch shares the concerns of manufacturers as to the need for qualified applicants who possess the skills needed to meet future staffing demands. He resides in Delafield.
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