Loren H. Kroh, Peter C. Wambach begin 6-year terms
Jan. 15, 2009
HARRISBURG – HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, recently appointed Loren H. Kroh of York and Peter C. Wambach of Harrisburg to six-year terms to the board of trustees.
Loren H. Kroh is the managing member of Corvus, LLC, in York, a start-up company that developed the Web-based system, Campus ToolKit, used to improve retention rates and student success. Previously Kroh was president and chief executive officer for the Bradley Academy for the Visual Arts in York. Kroh also served at chairman of Academy ArtWorks in York, a start-up company that provided computer-generated graphics serving the publishing industry.
Kroh is a faculty member with Max Knowledge, a nationwide, online employee performance training company, and serves on the advisory board and writes a column for Career College Central, a magazine and online resource that provides in-depth coverage of the latest news and events impacting career colleges.
Peter C. Wambach is a familiar name within the state Capitol, retiring after nearly 36 years of service. Beginning in 1963 as a page in the House of Representatives while a junior in high school, Wambach went on to serve in the Departments of Revenue, Property and Supplies and General Services.
Wambach is best known for his 12 years of service as the representative for the 103rd Legislative District. In 1994, he was elected executive director, Bipartisan Management Committee in the House of Representatives, and served until 2006. Throughout his tenure he also served on multiple committees.
He also authored Pennsylvania’s “Whistleblowers” law and major laws on drug and alcohol treatment, prevention and education. He also sponsored laws regarding consumer protection, enhancing education, promoting economic development, and providing benefits to children and seniors.
Wambach was HACC’s commencement speaker in 2005 and received the Distinguished Alumni Award in 2006.
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