Marquette man appointed to 21st Century Talent Creation Subcommittee
Gov. Rick Snyder announced appointments to the 21st Century Talent Creation Subcommittee.
“I thank this group for their commitment to cultivating talent as well as the health and safety of all Michiganders,” Snyder said.
Joe Lubig, of Marquette, is the associate dean for Teacher Education and Director for the School of Education, Leadership and Public Service at Northern Michigan University. Previously, he served as an associate professor in the school of education at NMU.
Lubig earned his bachelor’s degree in secondary education and master’s degree in educational leadership from Northern Michigan University and doctorate in educational leadership and curriculum development from Central Michigan University.
He will represent public universities and colleges.
He is joined by John VanWagoner, of Alpena, the superintendent of Alpena Public Schools; Megan Schrauben, of Dexter, the executive director of MiSTEM Network for the Michigan Department of Technology, Management, and Budget; and Bill Pink, of Ada, who serves as the 10th president of Grand Rapids Community College.
Members will be serving an initial three-year term expiring December 17, 2021.