Kate Eshbaugh Rauber Sworn In to SUNY JCC Board of Trustees

Kate Eshbaugh Rauber

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SUNY Jamestown Community College

Dana Lundberg, legal counsel for SUNY Jamestown Community College, administered the oath of office to Kate Eshbaugh Rauber at the Board of Trustees meeting held recently.

The Cattaraugus County Legislature appointed Rauber for a seven-year term that expires in June of 2030. She replaces James Joseph Snyder, lumber operations manager for Fitzpatrick & Weller Inc., who served as a trustee for 15 years.

Rauber is the skier services director at Holiday Valley Resort in Ellicottville. A 2005 graduate of Ellicottville Central School, Rauber completed her undergraduate degree in English at Brown University before earning her juris doctor degree from University of California, Berkeley School of Law.

Rauber practiced in the litigation department at Jeffer, Mangels, Butler & Mitchell in Los Angeles before returning to Ellicottville to join the team at Holiday Valley in 2018. She is a member of the Ellicottville Memorial Library Board of Trustees, and the Advisory Committee for the Adventure Recreation and Equestrian program at New Directions Youth and Family Services.

Rauber resides in Great Valley with her husband, Chris, and their two dogs.

The JCC Board of Trustees upholds the mission of the college through supporting college operations in the areas of leadership, finance, and curricula. More information is available at sunyjcc.edu/about/leadership/trustees.