The CPTC Foundation Board of Directors is composed of local business and community leaders who volunteer their time and donate their talents and resources to raise friends and funds for the College.
The funds raised through their efforts support the College and students through student scholarships and emergency grants, acquisition of state-of-the-art equipment and technology, and faculty and staff professional development awards.
Coy Anglin grew up in the South Tacoma area and is an alumnus of the South End Boys and Girls Club. He went to Tacoma Public Schools K-12 and is an alumnus of Clover Park Technical College, graduating in 1979 from the Telecommunications program. Today he is the Co-Owner and Vice President of CNR Inc., a corporation specializing in long-term technology solutions. CNR Inc. plans, designs, implements and services voice and data communications networks and applications. The company employs 17 staff including 4 graduates of Clover Park Technical College.
Coy is highly involved in the community serving on the Executive Board of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Pierce County, is Past President of the Puyallup Optimist Club and is a member of the CPTC Telecommunications’ Advisory committee. He has been and continues to be a major sponsor and participant of the CPTC Golf Tournament for many years and hosts his own golf tournament as well.
Coy married his wife Patty right out of High School in 1977 and have been together ever since. They have three children, two boys and a girl. Coy, his first son, and Lyndi, his daughter both graduated from college and married. Tyler, their youngest, is an intern Fire Fighter in Graham. Coy and Patty have three grandchildren and one more on the way. They love this part of their life, being grandparents and being able to help.
Coy’s hobbies include gardening, cooking and golf. Coy and Patty used to camp a lot when the kids were young and are thinking of taking it up again as the grandchildren get older.
Steve is a member of the Clover Park Technical College Foundation Board. He is a 24 year employee of The Boeing Company, serving as Production Superintendent at the Composite Manufacturing Center in Frederickson, WA. The CMC produces the 787 vertical fin, and 777 vertical fin and horizontal stabilizers. His past experience includes support and leadership positions in both military and commercial airplane programs, including the B-2 Stealth Bomber and A-6 rewing projects.
Steve was born and raised in Lakewood, WA. After graduating from Lakes High School, he attended Pierce College and Central Washington University, where he earned Bachelors degrees in Business and Computer Science. Steve is the proud father of 2 boys, Scott and CJ.
Steve Crosby is President of the CPTC Foundation Board and currently serves as Senior Vice President/Chief Operations Officer for Harborstone Credit Union. Among his day-to-day duties, he manages the company's Branch and Call Center Operations, Human Resources, Training, Administrative Services, and Facilities groups. He has been employed by Harborstone since 1996 and has worked in a number of different areas of the company; including Marketing, Direct Services, Information Systems, Training, and Human Resources.
Steve and his wife, Cynthia, are the proud parents of two girls. The girls in Steve's life (all three of them) keep him on the run… but he wouldn't want it any other way. Steve was born in Tacoma and grew up in Fircrest. He attended Foss High School, then Washington State University, where he received Bachelor's degrees in Communication and Psychology and a Master's Degree in Communication. He's a devout WSU Cougar fan and enjoys playing and watching almost all sports.
Ty Cordova, a graduate of New Mexico State University, was born in San Francisco, CA, and raised in a small ranching community in northern New Mexico. He is on the management team of the Public Affairs department for State Farm Insurance in DuPont, WA. His responsibilities include overseeing media, legislative, community and multi-cultural relations for the Pacific Northwest Zone.
Ty serves on the WA State Commission on Hispanic Affairs and is the President of the Pierce County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. He recently served on the Lakewood Public Safety Advisory Committee, where he has lived since 2000. Ty is also a Board member of EDI (Executive Development Institute.) Ty is a graduate of CORO Civic Leadership Development Program, and is a member of NALEO (National Association of Latino Elected/Appointed Officials.) In his spare time Ty enjoys music, reading, working out, and playing with his two Labrador-mix rescue dogs.
Mary Green retired from the Clover Park School District serving as a teacher and Elementary Principal. She currently serves as chairman of the Board of Communities in Schools Lakewood and Chair of the Human Services Advisory Committee , City of Lakewood. Mary is an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Tacoma Links and the Lakewood Knights Lions. She is a past member of LASA and First Place for Children’s Boards.
Mary and her husband Joe have two daughters and a son. They have lived in Lakewood for 33 years. She received her education at North Carolina A. & T. State University, PLU, and the University of Washington. Mary was born in North Carolina, traveled all over the world as a military wife, and enjoys reading, crafts, music and sports.
Dave Harkness is 3rd generation owner/manager of Harkness Furniture, a South Tacoma landmark since 1920. Dave has been very involved with the home furnishings industry, as past president of Western Home Furnishings Association, as well as his 63 store Pacific Furniture Dealer’s buying group. Dave is very active in the community and was past president of Tacoma South Rotary and Clover Park Foundation Board. Dave serves on the board for Family Renewal Shelter and is very involved with Northwest Furniture Bank. Harkness Furniture was honored to receive the Western Home Furnishings "Retailer of the Year" award and was also recognized as "Washington State Small Business of the Year."
Matt Lane is a Partner at McGranahan Architects in Tacoma, where his position is Principal for Human Resources. He balances his professional time between managing architectural projects and staff development. Matt’s career has focused on educational environments and high-performance building design. He currently serves on the Steering Committee for the Tacoma/Olympia Branch of the Cascadia/US Green Building Council, and is a past Executive Director of the SW WA American Institute of Architects. Matt received Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Architecture from the University of Washington. He enjoys spending time together with his wife Kristine & two daughters, watching Husky basketball, and playing keyboards with his band in Olympia.
Melissa Missall serves as the Vice President and Branch Manager for Columbia Bank in Lakewood. She has been with Columbia Bank since 2007 and has 10 years of banking experience. Melissa is an active member of the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce. Her past experience includes serving on the board of L’Arche Tahoma Hope and Tacoma Executives. She has also volunteered many hours to Communities in Schools of Tacoma and Outdoors for all.
Melissa and her husband Tony have three daughters and a son. She has lived in the Tacoma area for fourteen years. She graduated from White River High School in Buckley then Green River Community College where she received her Associate in Arts and continued on to The University of Puget Sound earning her Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry. She and her family enjoy anything outdoors and can often be spotted at the local parks or Point Defiance Zoo and on those especially beautiful days hiking the trails of Mt. Rainier.
Harley Moberg was born and raised in the Seattle area. He attended the University of Washington where he received a BA in Marketing and was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant through the Army ROTC program. While on active duty Colonel Moberg received his Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern California and attended the Army Command and Staff College and the Army War College. After his retirement from the Army, Colonel Moberg joined the CPTC staff as the VP for Information Technology, a position he held for 11 years. In 2007 he retired from CPTC and joined the CPTC Foundation where he is deeply involved in the annual Foundation Golf Tournament. Harley is a member of the Pierce County Board of Equalization, the Steilacoom Kiwanis Club and tutors math at Pioneer Middle school. Harley and his wife Sheila have been married for 42 years. For the last seven years they have lived in Steilacoom. They have one daughter, Jennifer, a son-in-law Dale, who is currently serving in the US Army and an 11 year old granddaughter, Katelyn.
Jonathan Russell is a second generation Clover Park Technical College graduate, following his father's footsteps to the college 25 years later. Jonathan graduated with honors from the Computer Network Information Systems Security degree program in 2012. While a full time student at Clover Park, Jonathan was highly engaged with the college administration while serving as Student Body President. Jonathan served on several campus-wide committees including the CPTC Foundation Board as an ex officio director representing the Associated Student Government. He also served as Chair of the Student Council and provided student feedback to the Board of Trustees on a consistent basis. Additionally, he was intimately involved as a student representative on behalf of all 34 community and technical colleges at the state level by founding the Washington Associated Community & Technical College Student Association (WACTCSA). While serving on CPTC Student Government, Jonathan successfully lobbied for two state legislative bills. One of which includes the option to place a student onto each college's Board of Trustees. The second bill advocated for increased transparency on how student fees are allocated within the institution. Jonathan is most proud, however, of serving on the team that encouraged the State Board to include LGBT demographic questions on all CTC college admissions paperwork. This allows the colleges system wide to track and assist underserved populations within the student body.
Since graduating, Jonathan was hired by Nuance Communications as a Network Operations Center Operator. He supports key applications and platforms for the top 25 software companies that are known for products such as Dragon Dictation, Swype Keyboard, and common voice recognition programs.
Jonathan would be honored to serve on the Foundation Board as an alumnus to keep the access pathways to CPTC open to ensure all students can achieve success with minimal roadblocks. Jonathan believes that working with the Foundation to increase scholarship funds will help more students reach their higher educational goals.
Shelia Winston is a Business Manager for Chase Bank. Shelia has 12 years of banking experience. She currently is a Business Banker in the Pierce County Area. She has held various other positions in the banking arena such as Management, Mortgages, Loan Officer and Premier Banker. Shelia is also an active participant in many community events throughout the greater Tacoma Area. She is involved with the both the Lakewood and Puyallup Chamber of Commerce, Executive Women International, Pierce County Hunger Walk, and serves on the Pierce County Library Foundation Board. Shelia is dedicated to the cause of making a difference in both the Community and Youth.
Shelia is a proud parent who has taken a personal interest in the development of her two sons of both whom have proven to be quite successful. One majored in engineering and the other education. Shelia has lived in Washington State for the majority of her life and attended the schools in the Clover Park District. She went to Western Washington University and graduated at City University with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Business Administration with a minor in Sociology. Shelia enjoys playing music, walks, sports and spending time with puppy Sienna who is a Pekinese Lhaso mix.
Dr. Deborah Ranniger joined Clover Park Technical College in November of 2009 and serves as Executive Director of Research, Planning and Resource Development. Prior to that she worked at Renton Technical College as Executive Director and has taught for over 20 years at various institutions of higher education. She has owned her own business and as a former business person, understands the importance and value of workforce education and training. In her former capacity as a business owner she served on vocational advisory committees and advocated for building strong partnerships with business, industry and education. Debbie is passionate about education, social justice and community service. She is married, has one daughter, several step-children, and grandchildren. She loves the arts and the environment, is an avid poetry writer, gardener, competitive ballroom dancer and swimmer.