Friday, November 30, 2007

West Liberty State College Board Post

November 30, 2007

Michael J. Stolarczyk Appointed to the West Liberty State College Board of Governors

West Liberty State College recently welcomed Michael J. Stolarczyk to serve as a member of its Board of Governors. Stolarczyk is a senior director for Exel, the North American leader in supply chain management and contract logistics. The company is headquartered in Westerville, Ohio.

“I am honored to have been chosen to serve on the board of West Liberty State College. My parents attended West Liberty and talk so fondly of their time here, as well as speak eloquently of the education they received. It is my hope to support the college in its continued effort to offer an affordable, quality education, such as the ones my parents enjoyed. As this wonderful institution achieves university status in the near future, I know this memorable student experience will be preserved for generations to come. It is an honor and pleasure to serve Governor Manchin, the State of West Virginia, and the students of West Liberty,” said Stolarczyk.

In addition to his work at Exel, Stolarczyk is a member of the Board of Advisors for the West Virginia University’s School of Business and has held board positions with Ceske Pristavy, Maersk Logistic Czech Republic and Maersk Intermodal Europe. In February of 2002, Mr. Stolarczyk was named on Fast Company magazine's inaugural "Fast 50" global innovators list, which honors individuals whose achievements helped change their companies or society.

“We are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Michael Stolarczyk to the West Liberty State College Board of Governors. Stolarczyk has strong family ties to the college, as both of his parents graduated from WLSC. Although he lives a distance away, he is very eager to be an active member of the governing board and we look forward to working with him in the future,” said Lynne Exley, chair of the WLSC Board of Governors.

The West Liberty State College Board of Governors, consisting of representatives from the campus and surrounding communities, was established to provide oversight and direction on policy issues of the college.

This is a great honor for me...with both my parents being WLSC grads...also, by next year West Liberty will move up to University status. This is a great step forward for the campus and the region in general.

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