After a brief hiatus away from athletics, Marilyn Anderson returns to her post as women's athletic commissioner for Bellevue College. She also spent three years as athletic director from 1996 - 1998. As the commissioner, Anderson serves as the liaison between coaches and the NWAACC regarding issues concerning league codes, interpreting and clarifying league rules and regulations, and represents the department in voting on conference-wide sport issues. She is the former chair for the NWAACC Women's Basketball Committee from 1995-1997. She was a member of that committee beginning in 1993, and was responsible for overseeing the Coach of the Year and all-league selections. Anderson is also a recent recipient of the Dutch Triebwasser Award which is given by the NWAACC to an outstanding leader in the NWAACC in 2010.
A 1964 graduate of Oxnard HS in Oxnard, CA, Anderson obtained her B.S. in mathematics from the University of Redlands, CA in 1968. She later received her M.S. in the same field from the University of Washington in 1974. Here teaching career began in 1972 at CTC Educational Systems. She has been a full-time math faculty member since 1978. Anderson took a sabbatical leave in 1999 and returned a few years ago. She also has teaching experience in computer programming as well.
An avid supporter who is frequently seen at several BC sporting events, Anderson resides in Bothell and has three children, sons Sean, Brian, and daughter Carrie. She also has a grandson; Zachary.
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