Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees are governor-appointed
- Bill Moran, Chair, reappointed 2010
- Steve Rieger, Vice-Chair, appointed 2009
- Steve Frank, reappointed 2008
- Larry Hartig, appointed 2009
- Bryan Butcher, appointed 2010
- Carl Brady, appointed 2011
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