Gov. Rick Scott appoints Edgewater businesswoman to Daytona State College Board

Photo for Headline Surfer / Sarah Dougherty, shown above, and co-owner of Dougherty Manufacturing, is the newest member of the Daytona State College Board that sets policy for the public college.
 
By HENRY FREDERICK 
Headline Surfer

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Gov. Rick Scott has announced the appointment of Sarah Dougherty, an Edgewater businesswoman, to the Daytona State College District Board of Trustees.

Dougherty, 40, is the co-owner of Dougherty Manufacturing. She received her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Elon University. Her appointment, announced Thursday, is subject to expected confirmation by the Florida Senate. Dougherty fills a vacant seat with a term that runs through May 31, 2021. 

Dougherty, 40, is the co-owner of Dougherty Manufacturing. She received her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Elon University. Her appointment, announced Thursday, is subject to expected confirmation by the Florida Senate. Dougherty fills a vacant seat with a term that runs through May 31, 2021. 

Other DSC board members include Chairwoman Forough Hosseini of Ormond Beach, Vice Chairman Stanley Escudero of Daytona Beach Shores, Bob Davis of Port Orange, Betty J. Holness of Ormond Beach, Anne Patterson of DeLand, Louis Freckleton of Flagler Beach, Gary Lubi of Palm Coast and Mary Anne Haas of Flagler Beach.

Thomas Lobasso is president of the college, which enrolls 28,000 full- and part-time students with the main campus in Daytona and branches in New Smyrna Beach, DeLand, Deltona and Palm Coast. 

 

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