Kim Gillis, Morgan Hazel to lead Wor-Wic college board

Salisbury Independent
Posted 11/17/21

Kimberly C. Gillis of Salisbury was recently named Chairperson, and Morgan Hazel, also of Salisbury, was named Vice Chair of the Wor-Wic Community College Board of Trustees.

Gillis, who was …

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Kim Gillis, Morgan Hazel to lead Wor-Wic college board

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Kimberly C. Gillis of Salisbury was recently named Chairperson, and Morgan Hazel, also of Salisbury, was named Vice Chair of the Wor-Wic Community College Board of Trustees.

Gillis, who was appointed to the board in 2017, served as Vice Chair from 2019-21. She is the Communications and Outreach Director for the Greater Salisbury Committee.

Prior to her position with GSC, she was a Senior Associate and Business Development Manager at the Becker Morgan Group in Salisbury, where she had been employed for more than 20 years.

Gillis holds a bachelor’s degree from Salisbury University. A member of the Shore Leadership Class of 2013, she is also a member of the Education Awards Committee of the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore.

She has served as Vice President of the SU Alumni Association, Chair of the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce and as Vice Chair of the College, Career and Life Readiness subcommittee of the city of Salisbury’s Youth Development Advisory Council.

Hazel, who was appointed to the board in 1996, served as the Vice Chair from 1997-99 and as Chair from 1999-2001 and 2011-13.

He is founder and co-owner of Fixer Upper Fitness in Salisbury and the former Vice President and General Manager of the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. in Salisbury. He received his bachelor’s in Business Administration from the University of Delaware in Newark and a master’s in Applied Health and Physiology from SU.

In addition to Gillis and Hazel, Wor-Wic’s board members include Anna G. Newton of Berlin, Russell W. Blake of Pocomoke City, Andrew W. Booth and Martin T. Neat of Salisbury and Lorraine Purnell-Ayres of Snow Hill.