College Board names new Trustees

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Dec. 22—The College Board, a mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity, announced eight new Trustees to its 31-member governing board.

Among the new Trustee members is nationally elected assembly chair Adrian Epps, Dean of the Bagwell College of Education at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw. Epps will represent the Academic Assembly.

The new Trustees will all serve on the Board from 2021 to 2025, they were elected by and will represent different areas and segments of the College Board's membership.

The Board of Trustees serves are the primary governing body of the College Board with guidance from the Trustee committees, three national assemblies, and six regional assemblies. The College Board Trustees are responsible for fulfilling key fiduciary responsibilities, approving the mission, annual budget, strategic goals, and objectives of the organization, and advising the CEO who is responsible for the management of the organization. Each assembly, through its elected Trustee representatives, provides the College Board with guidance on key issues and initiatives to help ensure a balance of regional and professional perspectives.

For more information, visit collegeboard.org.

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