CCBC Announces New 2023-24 Board of Trustees Chair Harry Kunselman to Step into Leadership Role

(Monaca, PA) – The Community College of Beaver County (CCBC) is pleased to announce Harry Kunselman as the new Board of Trustees Chair for 2023-24 as voted on at the June public meeting.  

The Board’s Nominating Committee presents the slate of officers to serve one-year terms starting July 1.  Kunselman previously served on the CCBC Foundation Board of Directors. 

“I am excited to collaborate with Harry this year as he chairs the Board of Trustees and as we participate  in shared governance,” stated CCBC President Dr. Roger W. Davis. He will undoubtedly provide valuable  insight and leadership as both the college and the board move in diverse directions and develop new  strategic visions.” 

The Board of Trustees consists of eleven persons appointed by the County Commissioners to help  govern the college by maintaining a focus on advancement and stewardship of the institution, hiring,  and evaluating the president, upholding the public trust, and ensuring the overall wellbeing and integrity  of the college.  

As chairperson of the Board of Trustees at CCBC, Mr. Kunselman will lead the Executive Committee,  preside over all meetings of the Board, attend Commencement, appoint all committees, and vote on all  matters.  

“I wish to thank Immediate Past Chair Dr. Zachary Saunders and the executive committee for their  strong leadership,” stated Kunselman. “I am eager to work with my fellow trustees, with Dr. Davis, and with the College’s leadership teams to advance CCBC’s mission and vision.” 

Harry Kunselman is an experienced litigator with Strassburger McKenna Gutnick & Gefsky, author, and  Beaver County native. He is a member of a variety of local organizations including the Rotary Club of  Beaver and serves on various boards including Beemac, Inc. Board of Directors. His professional  affiliations include the Academy of Trial Lawyers of Allegheny County, Beaver County Bar Association,  Allegheny County Bar Association, and the Pennsylvania Bar Association. 

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