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Welcome New Board Members
Alicia Rittenhouse

CTC’s Board of Education opened 2023 with their first meeting!

CTC’s Board of Education opened 2023 with their first meeting!

The Board welcomed 3 new board members:

  • Ms. Jill Acuff, Northwestern Local Schools
  • Mr. Ben Galbreath, Clark-Shawnee Local Schools
  • Mr. John Kitchen, Southeastern Local Schools


The Board voted in the 2023 President and Vice President:

  • President, Mr. Jamie Callan
  • Vice President Ms. Corrine Scott

A BIG CTC thank you to the board members rolling off:

  • Mr. Shawn Jackson, Southeastern Local Schools
  • Mrs. Pam Mustovich, Northwestern Local Schools
  • Dr. Susan Page, Clark-Shawnee Local Schools

 

Ms. Jill Acuff, Northwestern Local Schools
Ms. Acuff represents Northwestern Local Schools on CTC’s Board of Education. She is an active community member and has attended Northwestern’s school board meetings regularly for the past five years. She has served on the Clark County Developmental Disabilities for 12 years, serving as President for four years. Ms. Acuff has two children and enjoys camping, snowmobiling, pontooning, and playing piano at her church. She’s looking forward to “helping the future look brighter and better” for all CTC students.

 

 

 

 

 


Mr. Ben Galbreath, Clark-Shawnee Local Schools
Mr. Galbreath currently serves on the Board of Education for Clark-Shawnee Local Schools and recently served as the board’s Vice President. He is also active in Leadership Clark County, The Gathering, and his church. Mr. Galbreath has a wife and three children and enjoys coaching baseball. He “understands and supports CTC’s mission” and believes programs like CTC are the future of employment.

 

 

 

 

 

Mr. John Kitchen, Southeastern Local Schools
Mr. Kitchen represents Southeastern Local Schools on CTC’s Board of Education. He served on the Southeastern Board of Education for 24 years and previously served on CTC’s board for 14 years in the early 2000s. Mr. Kitchen has a wife, three children, and eight grandchildren. He enjoys gardening, especially vegetables, and early morning mowing at the family-owned golf course. Mr. Kitchen enjoyed the time he previously served on the CTC board and is excited to help the board be “forward focused.”

 

 

 

 

 

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