Rita Brogan has been appointed to the board of governors at City University of Seattle. Brogan, along with the other members, is responsible for approving and monitoring the implementation of the mission of the institution, in addition to overseeing the establishment of broad institutional policies. She will serve on the academic affairs and development committees.
Brogan has more than 30 years of communications and marketing experience. She is currently the CEO of PRR, Inc, a Seattle-based public affairs and communications consulting firm. Prior to joining PRR, Inc, she worked as manager of marketing and as superintendent of public transportation development for Municipality of Metropolitan Seattle (Metro). She also held the position of chief land use advisor to King County Executive Randy Revelle. She has an extensive background in public affairs and civil service.
Brogan holds Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Editorial Journalism and Master of Arts (M.A.) in Communications Theory and Methodology degrees from the University of Washington. In addition to joining the board of governors at CityU of Seattle, she also serves on the boards of the Downtown Seattle Association, Northwest Learning and Achievement Group, World Trade Council, and on the advisory board of the Municipal League of King County.