B. Geoffrey Hulse has been reappointed to the Wayne Community College Board of Trustees.
Hulse is embarking on his second term. He began his time as a trustee in 2018 when he was appointed by Gov. Roy Cooper. He is currently serving as the board’s chair.
Hulse is an attorney with Haithcock, Barfield, Hulse & Kinsey, PLLC in Goldsboro.
The 12 members of the college’s Board of Trustees are appointed to four-year terms by the governor, county board of commissioners, and county board of education.
In this state, community college boards of trustees hold their authority from North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 115D, Article 2. The law prescribes the appointment of members, describes the board’s powers and duties, and includes other details about the board’s activities.