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Two women appointed to CMU's Board of Trustees by governor

Regine Beauboeuf (left) and Sharon Heath (right) Courtesy Photos | University Communications

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer appointed Sharon Heath and Regine Beauboef to Central Michigan University's Board of Trustees on March 5.

Beauboef and Heath, a CMU alumna, will serve on the board from March 5, 2021 to Dec. 31, 2028. The two succeed former trustees William Weideman and Tricia Keith.

Heath of Novi worked at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan for 35 years serving many leadership roles before retiring under the title of director of customer experience. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Professional and Technical Writing from Madonna University and a Master of Science in Health Services Administration from CMU.

Beauboeuf of Bloomfield Hills works as the senior vice president and director of engineering operations for HNTB Corporation. She serves as the president of the Michigan Chapter of the Conference of Minority in Transportation Officials (COMTO) and is a member of the two national committees. She is a licensed professional engineer and has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the National University of Haiti and a Master of Business Administration from Davenport University.

The two will attend their first CMU Board of Trustees meeting on April 21 and 22.

"We are excited to welcome Trustees Heath and Beauboeuf, and we look forward to the perspectives and experiences they bring to our board," President Bob Davies said in a University Communications press release.