NIC Alumni Association elects new president
The North Idaho College Alumni Association recently elected Tom Daugherty as its new president. Daugherty will oversee the 16-member board during his one-year term as president.
|photo1|Daugherty earned an associate’s degree from NIC in 1980 followed by a bachelor’s degree in management from Lewis-Clark State College. Originally from Kamiah, Idaho, Daugherty has lived in North Idaho for the past 27 years. He and his wife Diane have a daughter, Daniele, who is also an NIC alum as well as a graduate of Gonzaga University in Spokane.
Daugherty has more than 24 years of corporate marketing and sales experience. He owned a chain of video stores in the region for 14 years and since then, has worked with several startup companies.
For the past 10 years he has served as the president of the Chateaux Water Association and currently serves as the president of Blue Water Technologies, a municipal water treatment company in Coeur d’Alene.
Daugherty has been involved in the NIC Alumni Association for the past eight years, serving most recently as the organization’s vice president.
“I am looking forward to putting my enthusiasm and leadership to a good cause,” Daugherty said.
The NIC Alumni Association was established in 1996 as an organization committed to keeping its 2,280 members connected to the college. For More Information
NIC Alumni Relations Coordinator Sara Fladeland, (208) 769-7806Posted: Wednesday, July 5, 2006