The Washtenaw County Road Commission is governed by a five-member Washtenaw County Board of County Road Commissioners, appointed by the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners. The board is responsible for approval of WCRC’s annual budget, acceptance of bids, authorization of expenditures, adoption of policies, approval of contracts and agreements and all other policy matters. Click here to read the board’s bylaws.

The board meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month, at 1 p.m. (unless otherwise noted in the schedule). The meetings are held in the boardroom at WCRC’s main facility located at 555 North Zeeb Road in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The public is welcome to attend board meetings either in-person or virtually via Zoom. Masks and social distancing will be required for everyone attending in-person until further notice. Click here to learn how to join a virtual board meeting.

Do you have questions for the board? There are 3 ways to reach the road commissioners:

  1. Chat with the Road Commission: Join WCRC leadership every Wednesday from noon – 1 p.m. on Zoom. RSVPs are encouraged but not required. Find the date you are interested and RSVP through our online calendar.
  2. Comment During a Board Meeting: Click here for the meeting schedule. Meetings will be held virtually until further notice.
  3. Email: Find email addresses below for each road commissioner.


Barbara Ryan Fuller


Commissioner Barbara Ryan Fuller was first appointed to the Washtenaw County Board of County Road Commissioners in 2013. Commissioner Fuller’s current term will expire December 31, 2022. She lives in Sharon Township near the Village of Manchester, she has lived on unpaved roads in rural Washtenaw County townships for more than 30 years. Commissioner Fuller previously served as deputy supervisor in Pittsfield Township from 2008-2012.

Commissioner Fuller is committed to further strengthening the WCRC’s relationships with the public, elected officials, governmental units, agencies, and staff. She also supports the WCRC’s approach to long-range planning to maximize funding opportunities and smooth spikes in expenditures.

Rodrick K. Green

Vice Chair

Commissioner Rodrick K. Green was first appointed to the Washtenaw County Board of County Road Commissioners in 2018. Commissioner Green was recently reappointed to a six-year term expiring December 31, 2026. Commissioner Green is an attorney with Rodrick K. Green and Associates, PLC. Prior to his appointment to the board, he served as a trustee with Superior Township for 14 years and is a past chairman of SEMCOG (Southeast Michigan Council of Governments), which serves 7 counties and nearly 5 million residents. Commissioner Green also serves as the pastor for the New Hope Baptist Church in Ann Arbor. A graduate of the University of Michigan Law School, Wayne State University School of Business and Virginia Union School of Theology, he has been married to Regina Michelle Green for 31 years. They have 2 daughters, Ashley and Laila.

Douglas E. Fuller


Commissioner Douglas E. Fuller has served on the Washtenaw County Board of County Road Commissioners since 2009. Commissioner Fuller was reappointed to the board in October 2018 for another 6-year term. Commissioner Fuller is a retired contractor; building roads and installing utilities for his entire career. He also served in the U. S. Navy Seabees building roads and airfields throughout the Pacific region. Since his retirement, Commissioner Fuller has served his community as a planning commissioner for his township and as a member of the Zoning Board of Appeals. He is also a member of the Dexter Rotary and Chamber of Commerce.

Gloria Llamas


Commissioner Gloria Llamas was first appointed to the Washtenaw County Board of County Road Commissioners in May 2020. She was recently reappointed to a six-year term expiring December 31, 2026. Commissioner Llamas has dedicated her life to volunteering, working and her children. She hopes to continue to pursue an expansive moral mission by creating political, social equality, and economic justice, through unionism, legislation and civil engagement.

Commissioner Llamas has extensive customer service, IT communications, and logistics skills from her career with AT&T.  She has also gained labor relations, mediation and negotiation skills, from her years in leadership with the Communications Workers of America labor union.

Commissioner Llamas serves on several boards and committees including, the Huron Valley Area Labor Federation (member of the executive board), the United Way of Washtenaw County Board,  the Pastoral Care Committee of the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation, and the Communications Workers of America Local 4123 (political co-chair and chair of community services).

Commissioner Llamas majored in Business Administration at Eastern Michigan University and pursued Labor Studies-Union Administration at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. She has two intelligent, beautiful identical twins, 21-year-old daughters who have also been the joy and focus of her life.

photo of Jo Ann McCollum Road Commissioner

Jo Ann McCollum


Commissioner Jo Ann McCollum was first appointed to the Washtenaw County Board of County Road Commissioners in May 2020. She was recently reappointed to a four-year term expiring December 31, 2024. Commissioner McCollum is active in her community and advocates for the concerns of the residents. She is president of the New West Willow Neighborhood Association, which is one of the only non-profit 501 (c) 3 neighborhood associations in Washtenaw County. This association represents one of the largest neighborhoods in Ypsilanti Township with 3,000 residents and roughly 1,200 homes.

Commissioner McCollum serves on several boards and committees as a member or advisor including,  Habitat for Humanity (advisor), Ypsilanti Area Community Foundation (advisor), Community Voices for Health Equity (member). She also served on the Ypsilanti Township 2040 Steering Committee.

Commissioner McCollum graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a Bachelors in Social Work and a Masters in Guidance and Counseling. Commissioner McCollum aspires to be a part of the Washtenaw County Road Commission’s goal of striving to enhance the quality of life in urban and rural communities.