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Local Advisory Committee

Local advisory committees are a vital link between the career and technical education center and business and industry. In addition to state requirements for their establishment, career and technical education administrators and citizens recognize the value of community participation in the discussion of career and technical education issues. The advisory committee assist in assuring the relevance of the career and technical education program, help to create a partnership between the career and technical education program and the community, and increase public awareness of the program. Committee members representing business, industry, labor, public sector, community, postsecondary representatives and the general public bring a unique perspective to education and training programs. They provide knowledge and perspectives, which are invaluable to the career and technical education program.

It must be emphasized that local advisory committee are advisory bodies only. They do not have administrative or governing authority; nevertheless, their work is important to the effective operation of a career and technical education center. Career and technical education programs that have a close association and function in cooperation with an advisory committee are generally more successful than those which do not have such an association.

The local advisory committee provides overall direction for the entire career and technical education center. This committee advises on the whole range of activities and issues involving the career and technical education program, provides advice on appropriate program offerings and support services and, when appropriate, provides assistance and support to the institution.

The following is a list of current Local Advisory Committee members:

Sara Bell

Waynesburg University

Ami Gatts

Southwest Corner Workforce Development Board

Scott Blair (Student)


Mr. & Mrs. Blair


Wes Loring

Jefferson-Morgan High School

Chad Daugherty

Ford Motor Company

Charles Trump

First Federal of Greene County

Chris Bokulich

Intermediate Unit 1

Curtis Waddell

Fox Ford

Dan Halliday


Jason Beal

Jefferson-Morgan School District

Eric Braun

Blue Prints

Ethan Hacker

Fox Ford

Fred Morecraft

Carmichaels Area School District

Jennifer Pellen

Carmichaels Area School District

Jennifer Nix


Brandon Robinson

Jefferson-Morgan High School

Judi Easter


Julie Clayton

Jefferson-Morgan High School

Katie Sleasman


Katy Herold

Jefferson-Morgan High School

Kelly Shaler

Office of Rehablitation Services

Kevin Monaghan

Central Greene School District

Kristi Rohm


Lewis May

Carmichaels Area School District

Lisa Kruezer

Chuck's Collision Ship, Inc.

Lisa Neil

Southwest Corner Workforce Development Board

Lisa Zdravecky

Carmichaels Area High School

Mark Zeiler

Community Services of Greene County

Mary Petrusch

Voices for Independence

Melody Longstretch

Greene County Chamber of Commerce

Morgan North

Southwest Corner Training Center

Natalie Goodwin


Josh Howard and Mrs. Howard


Mrs. Howard


Roberta Barr

Carmichaels Area School District

Scott Sinn

Bobtown Elementary

Tracy Tennant


John Miller

Office of Rehablitation Services

Justin Shelott

Hydraulic Solutions

Joshuah Dains

Millonvich Insurance

Erin Morse


Zachary Moore

Swanson Industries

Art Harding

Ron Lewis Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Waynesburg

Brandon Christian

Producers Supply Company

Rich Knox

Solomon Chevrolet Buick GMC

Kristi Greene

Lagonda Machine, LLC

Sherry Nicholson

Brownsville Ambulance Service

Stacy Strohman

Blue Prints Activity Center

Jenny Fuller

West Virgina Univeristy

John Hyman

West Virgina University

Cordel Bowman

NexGen Industrial Services

Lisa Trunzo

Cornerstone Health

Lesa Petro

Cornerstone Health

Kristen Manges


Stacey Parker


Chad Tennant


Kevin Clarke


Nondiscrimination Policy


The Greene County Career & Technology Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability or age in its programs or activities. Career and Technical Education program offerings include: Automotive Collision and Body Repair, Automotive Technology, Building and Construction Occupations, Computer Networking Technology, Cosmetology, Culinary Arts, Electrical Occupations, Emergency and Medical Services, Health Assistant, Precision Machining, Welding and Licensed Practical Nursing (adults only). Admission to the programs depends upon availability and class size and sending school districts criteria. Inquires may be directed to the Greene County Career and Technology’s Title IX Coordinator/Assistant Director, Katie Sleasman at [email protected] or the Section 504 Coordinator/Executive Director, Mark Krupa at [email protected]. Inquires can also be sent to 60 Zimmerman Drive, Waynesburg, PA 15370 or you may call 724-627-3106.