Rose Mack was elected to a six-year term with the St. Charles Community College Board of Trustees in April 2010 and became secretary of the board in April 2010. She had previously served as an appointed member since July 2009. Mack is a councilwoman for Ward 2 in the city of O’Fallon. She previously served as president and chief executive officer of the O’Fallon Chamber of Commerce. She held this position from 1996-2003 and returned to the Chamber in 2006 after serving as the in-district representative from 2003-2006 for former Missouri State Sen. Jon Dolan. She resigned the position of president/CEO in June of 2010.
Mack’s current civic involvement includes the O’Fallon Kiwanis, the St. Charles County Parks Advisory Board, SSM St. Joseph Hospital West Advisory Board, Assured Title Advisory Board, Vision St. Charles County Leadership Alumni and founding member. In 2006, the Vision Leadership Program presented Mack with the inaugural “Visionary of the Year” award. In November 2009 she was awarded the “Excellence in Community Development Award” by Progress 64 West.
As a former community college student, Mack has a personal interest in serving as a member of the SCC Board of Trustees. "Community colleges serve students from the young to the young at heart,” she said. “As tuition costs rise at most four-year institutions, St. Charles Community College continues to help our residents by providing a quality education at an affordable price. The college is a great value to our community and I want to help maintain the integrity and service that this college provides.”
Mack and her husband, Nicholas, currently live in O’Fallon and have four children and eight grandchildren.