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Kent State Stark Advisory Board Welcomes New MemberPosted Dec. 10, 2012
Kent State University at Stark is proud to announce a new member on the campus Advisory Board. Christopher T. White, publisher of The Repository/GateHouse Ohio Media, recently joined the 14-member board, chaired by Dick Maggiore, the president and CEO of Innis Maggiore. The Kent State Stark Advisory Board assists in the development of resources that are necessary for the campus to carry out its educational mission, among other objectives.
As a GateHouse publisher, White oversees the operation of The Repository, The Independent and The Times-Reporter, along with three weekly publications, a magazine and associated digital editions. Prior to his June 2012 appointment as publisher, he held the position of The Repository’s general manager and senior vice president of sales and marketing for GateHouse. From 1993 – 2007, White was employed by Community Newspaper Holdings Inc. (CNHI), serving in various positions, including publisher, advertising director and vice president of sales and marketing.
White earned his bachelor’s degree from East Central University in Oklahoma, where he was a member of the Presidential Leadership Class. As an active member of the local community, White serves on the board of directors for the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce and Pathway Caring for Children, as well as volunteers in other area organizations.
For more information about Kent State Stark’s Advisory Board, visit www.stark.kent.edu/about/offices/administration/advisory-board.cfm.