Pritzker appoints two new members to ISU board

Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced Monday the appointments of Kathy Bohn and Robert Navarro to the ISU Board of Trustees. (Photos Illinois State University)

 

By Neil Doyle

NORMAL – Two new members will be joining the Illinois State University Board of Trustees.

Governor J.B. Pritzker announced Monday the appointments of Kathy Bohn and Robert Navarro to serve six-year terms.

Bohn is a physican in Bloomington and has served as a member of the ISU Alumni Association Board of Directors.  Navarro is president and CEO of Heritage Corridor Convention and Visitors Bureau in Joliet.  He is a founding member of ISU’s Latino Alumni Network.

“I’d like to extend my welcome to Kathy Bohn and Robert Navarro as newly appointed Trustees,” said ISU President Larry Dietz in a statement. “They are both dedicated members of the Redbird family and I look forward to working with them to advance the University’s mission.”

In addition, Pritzker is reappointing trustees Rocky Donahue and Mary Ann Louderback to six-year terms. Trustees Julie Jones, Sharon Rossmark and Bob Dobski will also remain on the board.

Pritzker did not renominate John Rauschenberger.

Neil Doyle can be reached at neil.doyle@cumulus.com

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