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Machinist

Avaya Inc


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Metropolitan Community College

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General Equivalency Diploma

Metro


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www.omaha.com

Ron Hug, who currently occupies the District 1 seat, is running for an open at-large position against two others, and four candidates are competing to take his current seat.
Ron Hug Hug said he has led the charge on many initiatives in his 14 years on the board, including improved vocational training, putting a renewed emphasis on the college's health science programs and working now to launch a Metro business incubator. He believes his experience with the college, from student to board member, is unique.


www.bellevueleader.com

For the at-large seat, Ron Hug and Alec Gorynski are the strongest candidates; in District 1, Phillip Klein and Judy Domina; and in District 2, incumbent David Newell and Larry Bradley.
>> Ron Hug, at-large district - Hug, with a background as a machinist, has served on the Metro board since 1999. He was the first student to receive a GED from Metro in 1974. Currently the District 1 representative at Metro, he opted to seek the at-large seat this year. Hug has served capably and does a good job in describing the college's key issues and the background behind them. He deserves credit for his focus in strengthening Metro's nursing program and creating a campus police department. Hug says Metro should have a presidential succession strategy and cultivate talent internally for possible consideration down the road for the job. In the primary on Tuesday for Metropolitan Community College, these candidates have demonstrated capabilities making them worthy of advancement: at-large seat, Ron Hug and Alec Gorynski; District 1, Phillip Klein and Judy Domina; and District 2, David Newell and Larry Bradley.


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Ron Hug - Board Member, Metro Community College


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