Don McQuary

Chair of the Board

Recently reappointed to a second five-year term on the Board of Trustees, Don has served as its Chair and Vice Chair.  A graduate of Washington State University, he is CEO of Stonebraker McQuary Agency Group of Clarkston, Washington, a family insurance firm dating from the early 1920s with offices in Clarkston, Spokane, and Northern Idaho.

Don serves on and has presided over numerous boards in the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley, including the Clarkston Chamber of Commerce, Clarkston Rotary, Valley Vision Economic Development, and Tri-State Memorial Hospital.  He is co-chair for Citizens for Children – a committee supporting Clarkston school bonds and levies that he has chaired since 1986.

Don McQuary

Tim Burt

Vice Chair of the Board

A Pomeroy, Washington native, Tim Burt was appointed to the Board of Trustees in 2016.  A graduate of Washington State University, Tim spent his career as an educator; teaching mathematics at Walla Walla High School for 13 years and then at Pomeroy High School for 23 years, as well as serving as a football, track, and wrestling coach for both high schools.  Tim also served in administrative roles and continues to substitute at Pomeroy High School.  Tim and his wife, Diane, farm in the Pomeroy area.

Tim has served in a variety of leadership roles in his community, including the Garfield County Fair Board, Garfield County Pioneer Association, Pomeroy High School Alumni Association, and the FFA Alumni Association.

Tim Burt

Darcey Fugman-Small

Darcey is currently serving her second five-year term on the WWCC Board of Trustees and also her second term as Chair of the Board.  She attended Olympic Community College and graduated from the University of Washington.  Darcey and her husband, Rick Small, own Woodward Canyon Winery in Lowden, Washington, where she also serves as General Manager.

Darcey has served on a number of boards and advisory committees in the community, including the Downtown Walla Walla Foundation, Planned Parenthood of Walla Walla, the American Association of University Women, United Way of Walla Walla, the Walla Walla Public School District Facilities and Math Curriculum committees, Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance, and was the Chair of the Carnegie Art Center Board of Trustees.

Darcey Fugman-Small

Sergio Hernandez

Appointed to the WWCC Board of Trustees in 2017, Sergio Hernandez is a graduate of Pacific Union College and Washington State University.  An advocate and supporter of post-secondary education for all students, especially those that are underrepresented, Sergio has spent his career in education — both in K-12 and higher education settings, and currently serves as the Equity and Access Coordinator for Walla Walla Public Schools.

Deeply involved in service to the community, Sergio is a former member of the Governor’s Juvenile Justice Committee, the WWCC Foundation Board of Governors, Children’s Resilience Initiative, Christian Aid Center Capital Projects Committee, Community Council of Walla Walla, the Latino Voters Initiative, and Walla Walla University Diversity Council.

Sergio Hernandez

Bill Warren

A graduate of Dayton High School and Washington State University’s College of Agriculture, Bill Warren was appointed to the WWCC Board of Trustees in 2017.  Bill has managed Warren Orchards in Dayton since 1994 and believes the “interconnected roles of agriculture, environment, conservation, and sustainability in education need to be advanced.”

Named by the Eisenhower Fellowship as its sole EF Agriculture Fellow for 2006, Bill is a member of the Washington State Farm Bureau, Washington Association of Wheat Growers, Washington Horticultural Association, Columbia County Weed Board, the Washington State University Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources Advisory Committee, and served for several years as a Boy Scout Scoutmaster.

Bill Warren