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SKYCTC student elected to KCTCS board of regents

Close up photo of Richard Smiath

Student leaders from the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) recently elected two of their peers to serve as student regents on the KCTCS board.

Elected to serve a one-year term were Brittanie M. Bogard from Hopkinsville Community College (HCC) and Richard Smith from Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKYCTC).

A mother of three, Bogard is pursuing an associate degree and plans to earn a bachelor’s degree in nonprofit and human services. She is active in projects at her college, her church and in her community as well as being an advocate for the Goodwill Expungement Program. She has helped over 100 people get their records expunged. 

Smith lives in Bowling Green and serves as student government president at SKYCTC. He is active in several student organizations and is medically retired from United States Army after serving two combat tours to Iraq. He is pursuing an associate degree in business administration and plans to continue his education, eventually earning a doctorate.