Judy Allison of Charlotte and Richard "Stick" Williams of Huntersville have been reappointed to the Central Piedmont Community College Board of Trustees. Allison was reappointed by N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper, and Williams was reappointed by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education. Their four-year terms will run through June 30, 2022.
Allison was first appointed to the Central Piedmont board in 2010 and previously served as vice chair. Her career included leadership positions with Queens University of Charlotte and First Union Corporation (now Wells Fargo). She is an alumna of Queens University.
Williams has served as a Central Piedmont trustee since 2014. He is a retired Duke Energy executive, last serving as vice president of corporate community affairs and president of the Duke Energy Foundation. He holds a bachelor's degree from UNC Chapel Hill.
"The college is delighted and fortunate to have Judy Allison and Stick Williams reappointed to the Board of Trustees," said Dr. Kandi W. Deitemeyer, Central Piedmont president. "We have relied upon and appreciated their wisdom and insight. Their good counsel will be needed as the college adopts a new strategic plan and tightens its focus on student retention and program completion in 2019 and beyond."