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About the GHC Foundation


The Grays Harbor College Foundation is a community-based organization that solicits, receives, manages and disburses gifts that support Grays Harbor College students, faculty, programs, and building projects.


The Grays Harbor College Foundation seeks to increase opportunities for deserving students to realize their educational goals by offering scholarship assistance and strong support of the academic environment of the college.


Build a stable base of support that will fund scholarships.
Provide support for faculty and staff advancement opportunities.
Offer means of furthering community and alumni involvement.


Foundation Board of Directors

Grays Harbor College Foundation board members invest in the Twin Harbors’ most important resource, its people. The Foundation lends the ability to respond with flexibility to community, instructional and scholarship needs. With the investment of time and involvement by GHC Foundation Board Members, lives are enriched, hopes are boosted and dreams of college educations are promised well into the future.

Shelli Hopsecger, President
Bob Paylor, Vice-President
Mary Nelson, Secretary
Harold Warren, Treasurer
Bette Worth, Past-President

Jo-Ann Andrews
Joy Beard
Jim Boora
Brent Dennis
Lynn Green
Rich Hole
Ken Hunt
Chet Jolly

Lynn Kessler
Tim Martin
Gary Morean
Wes Peterson
Bob Preble
Randy Rust
Gene Schermer

Rhonda Steinman
Beate Wahl
Bill Wolfenbarger

Ex-officio member
Ed Brewster, President GHC

Emeritus Directors
Ernie Ingram
Frank Larner
James Stewart

Jan Jorgenson, Executive Director
Karyn Olson, Program Specialist

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