Myra Bozeman

Trotwood schools fills school board vacancy

Trotwood-Madison City Schools has named a replacement to fill the vacancy on their school board left by Beth Engelhardt who is moving out of the district.

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Myra Bozeman was appointed to the school board by the district today, with her term ending on Dec. 31. She is expected to serve on the finance and policy committees.

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Bozeman is employed as a professor and Honors Program Director at Sinclair Community College. She received her bachelor’s degree in Social and Industrial Communication from Wright State University, a master’s degree in Administration from Central Michigan University and is pursuing a Doctor of Education in Higher Education and Adult Learning from Walden University, according to a press release from the district.

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