Monica Brummer brings more than 14 years of higher education work experience as well as over 30 years of marketing/communications experience to the Center. She coordinated the first joint communications efforts for all of Washington State’s Centers of Excellence, and assisted with communications projects for Tacoma Power and IEEE Power & Energy Society’s Smart Village – a humanitarian organization that brings energy solutions to the world’s poorest communities.
Monica’s high energy and enthusiasm has built regional business partnerships that led to enhancing Centralia College’s annual job fair and the State Work Study program. She passionately assisted the management of Lewis County’s largest health club, served as the first volunteer coordinator for Centralia Police Department, and directed a three-year $750,000 U.S. Dept. of Education 21st Century Community Learning Center grant in Lake Quinault. Her experience also includes leading international marketing efforts within Travel Portland and developing national campaigns for the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.
Monica holds a Bachelor’s in Technical Journalism from Oregon State University. She has served on local committees, such as Centralia College’s Sustainability Committee, Lewis County Community Trails, and Ride the Willapa; and enjoys all outdoor activities including cycling, camping, exploring dams and chasing wind farms.
Dean of Instruction, Centralia College