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PRESS RELEASE: Board of Governors announces appointment to FAMU Board of Trustees
TAMPA— The Florida Board of Governors today appointed a new member to the Florida A&M University Board of Trustees.
Kimberly Moore, of Tallahassee, is vice president of workforce development at Tallahassee Community College. She has also served as CEO for WORKFORCE Plus and on several community boards, including the Leon County Economic Development Council, the United Way of the Big Bend and the FAMU Small Business Advisory Council. She has a bachelor’s degree from Florida State University and a master’s in business administration from Webster University in St. Louis.
Moore’s appointment is subject to confirmation by the Florida Senate and to her attending an orientation session. Her term runs through Jan. 6, 2018.
“We are fortunate to have Boards of Trustees across the state made up of wellqualified and dedicated individuals, with broad ranges of experience and expertise,” said Mori Hosseini, chair of the Board of Governors' Trustee Nominating Committee. “We are proud to welcome Kimberly Moore to our ranks. Her contributions will no doubt make the whole system stronger.”
For more information on university Boards of Trustees, visit http://flbog.edu/aboutsus/ubt.php.
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Facts about the State University System of Florida and the Board of Governors
The State University System of Florida is a constitutional body led by the 17member Board of Governors. The system has 12 universities and more than 335,000 students, making it the secondlargest public university system in the nation. Responsibilities include defining the distinctive mission of each institution
and managing the system’s coordination and operation. The Board appoints a Chancellor who serves as the system’s chief executive. For more, visit www.flbog.edu.