He most recently directed communications and public relations for the Mercer Island School District, winning statewide recognition for his work. He holds a degree in political science from WSU.
“I am extremely excited to bring someone of Randy’s caliber to this position with WSU North Puget Sound at Everett,” said academic dean Paul Pitre. “His experience in communications, government affairs and public relations will serve WSU and the Everett University Center well as we continue to grow.”
That growth includes the recently approved $54.6 million for a four-story Everett University Center building, as well as funding for new degree-completion programs in software engineering and data analytics.
“As a native of Snohomish County, I have always had a passion for the growth and vitality of this region,” said Bolerjack. “As a Coug, I’m thrilled to put the Crimson and Gray back on to support future generations of college graduates right here in the North Puget Sound.”
Bolerjack has spent nearly a decade assisting Northwest communities and clients in higher education, economic development, biotechnology, solid waste, environmental sustainability, healthcare and K-12 education. He has worked with numerous regional and national brands, public agencies and elected officials, helping them to communicate their goals to different stakeholders and find common ground.
Randy Bolerjack, WSU North Puget Sound at Everett, 425-405-1719, firstname.lastname@example.org