Dana Stidham, Will Raymond and Terri Buckner recently took the oaths of office as new members of the OWASA Board.
Ms. Stidham was appointed by the Carrboro Board of Aldermen, Mr. Raymond is an appointee of the Chapel Hill Town Council, and the Orange County Board of Commissioners appointed Ms. Buckner.Ms. Stidham’s professional career has included serving as a Planner with the Town of Chapel Hill; Herndon, VA; and Round Rock, TX; and an internship with the Lower Colorado River Authority.
She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Haverford College and a Master of Science in Architecture, Community and Regional Planning from the University of Texas at Austin.
A Carrboro resident for six years, Ms. Stidham has served on the Town’s Environmental and Transportation advisory boards.
A Chapel Hill resident since 1988, Will Raymond is a consulting software developer who focuses on enterprise application integration and business process management technologies. Previously, he was the chief technology/ information officer in the local companies Reged.com and Blast, Inc.
He received his Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from East Carolina University.
Mr. Raymond has served on the Chapel Hill Technology Board, Horace Williams Citizens Committee on Carolina North, the Downtown Parking Task Force, Sustainability Visioning Task Force, Festifall Planning Committee, Project Connect Planning Committee, Friends of the Lincoln Arts Center and Friends of Bolin Creek.
Terri Buckner, a local resident since 1977, is a Business Analyst with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has over 20 years of experience as an educator, including two and a half years with the UNC Sustainability Office. In the information technology field, she has specialized in systems analysis and business function alignment.
Ms. Buckner has served on the Carrboro Transportation and Environmental advisory boards, Smith Level Road Task Force, Chapel Hill Technology Advisory Committee and Solid Waste Reduction Task Force, and the Chancellor’s Commuting Cost Task Force.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in economics at UNC and a Master of Science in Instructional Systems at Florida State University.