Bridget Piper reappointed to CCS Board of Trustees
Posted: 9/28/2015 11:45:21 AM
Gov. Jay Inslee has re-appointed Bridget Piper, community volunteer and former Sterling Savings Bank officer, to a second five-year term with Community Colleges of Spokane’s Board of Trustees. Piper was originally appointed to the board in October 2010.

“It truly is an honor to serve as a CCS Board Member in an institution where the faculty, staff and administration’s entire focus is on seeing students of all ages succeed to find further education or jobs in their chosen field,” said Piper. “I appreciate the opportunity to continue my board service in this dynamic district for a few more years and am humbled by the people who make this happen and the students CCS serves.”

Piper worked for Sterling Savings for 22 years, retiring as vice president of training and leadership development in 2009. In Spokane, she currently is vice president of the Spokane Symphony Society Endowment Board, board president of the Spokane Preservation Advocates Board and a member of the Humanities Washington Board.

Previously, Piper served as president of the Spokane Symphony Endowment Board, Community Colleges of Spokane Foundation, Spokane Symphony Board of Trustees, KPBX Public Radio Board of Directors and Junior League of Spokane. She also has been an active volunteer with Women Helping Women, Fox Theater, Christmas Tree Elegance and Washington State Arts Commission.

Piper is a past recipient of Sterling Savings Bank’s Community Award (1989), the YWCA’s Women of Achievement Award in arts and culture (1999) and Junior League’s Outstanding Sustainer (2001).

A graduate of the University of Kansas, Piper has a bachelor’s degree in education. She also holds a master’s degree in organizational management from Gonzaga University.



Posted: 9/28/2015 11:45:21 AM by Global Administrator
Tags: BoardOfTrustees, CCS, PressRelease
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