Huss Chosen to Fill Vacancy on Highland Board of Trusteespublished November 7, 2017
Huss Chosen to Fill Vacancy on Highland Board of Trustees
Charles Kenneth (Kenny) Huss of Troy was selected by the sitting members of the Highland Community College Board of Trustees to fill a vacancy created by the recent resignation of Chairperson Joyce Simpson, whose daughter, Dr. Amy Foley, was hired as an instructor at the College. Board policy prevents a sitting Board member from having immediate relatives employed by the College.
Huss is a 1990 alumnus of the College before transferring to Kansas State University. He then earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Benedictine. Huss has been working in the pharmaceutical industry, both human and animal, in operations, quality control, and management.
Huss noted that he regards his service on the Board of Trustees as a way of giving back to the community he grew up in and the college that helped him get a start. Huss will be sworn in to begin his duties on the Board at the November meeting, which will be held at the College’s Western Center in Baileyville on November 15.