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New student regents elected to serve on Kentucky Community and Technical College System Board

Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) Student Government Association presidents recently elected two of their fellow presidents to represent students on the KCTCS Board of Regents.

Two adult students from the western part of the state were selected.

Jacqueline Teehan

Jacqueline Teehan, from Henderson Community College (HCC), is stay-at-home mom of five boys. She lives in Sturgis with her husband of 20 years and their dog. She’s an active member in Phi Theta Kappa and has been on the Dean’s List consecutively during the past two years.

Teehan will graduate in December with an associate in arts in business administration and will have completed 80 hours at HCC in the spring. She plans to transfer to the University of Southern Illinois to complete a bachelor’s degree in accounting.

Teehan is a work-study student in HCC’s business office and a college representative in the Student Leadership Academy.

Jonathan McDermott lives in Bowling Green with his wife of six years. He is studying computer and information technology at Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKYCTC).

Jonathan McDermott

After earning his Associate of Applied Science degree, McDermott will pursue a bachelor’s degree in computer science with a desire to work with emerging technologies in the software engineering field.

McDermott currently serves as president of the Student Government Association. He also works as a student ambassador, aiding first semester freshmen during their transition into higher education. He is a team leader within the Student Ambassador program and enjoys working with students from all walks of life.

Teehan and McDermott will serve one-year terms on the KCTCS Board of Regents. Their terms begin immediately.

From Kentucky Community and Technical College System

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