Marie Flickinger and Larry Wilson were sworn in as San Jacinto College Trustees on Monday, June 3, 2019.
Flickinger has served on the San Jacinto College Board of Trustees in position 3 since 1995 and currently serves as board chair. She also serves as chairmain of the building committee and is a champion for the student success agena with the Board, College and community.
In the Fall of 2013, Mrs. Flickinger earned the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) M. Dale Ensign Trustee Leadership Award as the national community college trustee of the year because of her positive impact and influence on student success at San Jacinto College. She is a strong advocate for community colleges and higher education, and has played a major role in many different initiatives at San Jacinto College.
Wilson has served on the San Jacinto College Board of Trustees since 2007. Wilson has been an attorney for 48 years, currently serves as a Deer Park Municipal Judge, and has served on the Pasadena City Council and as an East Harris County Justice of the Peace.
Active in the community, Mr. Wilson participates in many local service organizations and has been a Rotary member since 1973. He is a member of the San Jacinto College Foundation Board of Directors and serves on the San Jacinto College Finance Committee.
You can read more about the San Jacinto College Board of Trustees online at sanjac.edu/board-trustees.
About San Jacinto College
Surrounded by monuments of history, industries, and maritime enterprises of today, and the space age of tomorrow, San Jacinto College has served the citizens of East Harris County, Texas, since 1961. The College is fiscally sound, holding bond ratings of AA and Aa2 by Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s. San Jacinto College is a 2019 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence Top 10 institution, a 2017 Aspen Prize Rising Star Award recipient, and an Achieving the Dream Leader College. The College serves approximately 45,000 credit and non-credit students annually, and offers eight areas of study that put students on a path to transfer to four-year institutions or enter the workforce. San Jacinto College’s impact on the region totals $1.3 billion in added income, which supports 13,044 jobs.