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Presidents Academy Summer Institute

July 20 – 23, 2013 Baltimore, MD www.aacc.nche.edu


President’s Welcome Dear CEO Colleague: Thank you for joining us for the 2013 Presidents Academy Summer Institute. We know that time is a scarce commodity for busy CEOs, so the schedule for your time here has been carefully planned to focus on the issues that concern you most—board relations, fundraising, leadership and anticipating future change. Past participants have told us the greatest return they get from investing time in the Presidents Academy is the opportunity to share problems and solutions, challenges and opportunities, with those who “get” what being a college CEO is all about. Not only will you leave here mentally and physically renewed, but you will also gain a network of trusted colleagues to whom you can turn for camaraderie and counsel. Your participation in this and other professional development activities and events sponsored by the American Association of Community Colleges not only enhances your own informed leadership, but it also strengthens our colleges as a whole. I look forward to meeting you personally and to sharing this unique leadership experience. Sincerely,

Walter G. Bumphus President and CEO American Association of Community Colleges

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Chair’s Welcome Dear PASI Participants: Welcome to Baltimore! Welcome to the Four Seasons! Welcome to PASI 2013! In the words of the report from the AACC 21st-Century Commission on the Future of Community Colleges, “The American Dream is at risk. Because a highly educated population is fundamental to economic growth and a vibrant democracy, community colleges can help reclaim this dream. But stepping up to this challenge will require dramatic redesign of these institutions, their mission, and, most critically, their students’ educational experiences.” Powerful words and, if you’re anything like me, they are words that both excite and maybe frighten just a little. There’s a lot resting on our collective shoulders and idea of redesign can seem both daunting and at the same time perhaps a bit obscure. What does the 21st-century community college really look like, and what will it take to lead a college to that place where we can play our critical role in “reclaiming the American Dream”? The 2013 Presidents Academy Summer Institute (PASI) has been conceived and constructed with just these questions in mind, and a nationally accomplished group of leaders have been brought together to join us in considering these questions and learning some of their answers. • Does “disruptive innovation” hold a key for us in achieving the levels of performance and productivity that our communities, our states, and our nation now expect and needed from us? • How can we foster the level of innovation and entrepreneurialism in and around our institutions that redesign requires? • How can we attract and harness new sources of investment in this effort to “reclaim the American Dream” for all of us? • How can we help create the jobs that our graduates are being prepared to fill, knowing that the economic growth we seek requires jobs and a skilled workforce? • How can we lead our faculty and staff in redesigning the educational experience for our students in such a manner that they become more engaged and successful in their educational pursuits? • How can we find and maintain the inner strength and sense of purpose that gives our leadership, and our lives, a sense of integrity? I believe you are about to participate in a deep learning experience that has the capacity to change where and how you lead. And, at the end of our time together, I hope you will feel something akin to that unique combination of exhaustion and exhilaration that comes at the end of running a marathon, at the end of pushing yourself beyond the limits you once thought you had. Sincerely, Greg Hamann Chair, AACC Presidents Academy and President, Linn-Benton Community College

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Spouse/Partner’s Welcome Welcome to the 2013 AACC Presidents Academy Summer Institute (PASI). This annual professional development program for CEOs/presidents of member community colleges not only offers a bold agenda on leading issues and trends, it also provides many opportunities to engage our critical family partners who support this country’s leaders. During these days, you will share in the discussions and conversations on the vast role of the community college president; the implementation strategies for the recommendations of the 21stCentury Commission and their impact on the concept of “disruptive innovation”; the changing demands of the presidency associated with shattering old norms and building new pathways to student success; developing capacity as an entrepreneurial CEO/president; and the embracing of technological innovation as a powerful tool for future advancement. These days will also provide you with time to reflect as partners on the inner life and character of a leader, how personal reflection can be a strong force in rejuvenating the CEO/president, and how this all matters in finding and establishing your purpose as critical partners. The Baltimore backdrop will be the perfect setting in offering access to so many experiences, both cultural and social, to round out your PASI experience at the Four Seasons Hotel. I hope you will find this experience to be a memorable one, both professionally and personally. Again, welcome to Baltimore! Sincerely, Aileen Bumphus PASI Spouse/Partner Program Facilitator and Executive Director of Gateway Scholars, The University of Texas at Austin

Table of Contents Presidents Academy Summer Institute Schedule Saturday, July 20 Sunday, July 21 Monday, July 22 Tuesday, July 23 Attendee Roster AACC Board of Directors Presidents Academy Executive Committee

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SCHEDULE 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Saturday, July 20 Presidents Academy Executive Committee Meeting (PAEC Members Only)

AGENDA FOR PRESIDENTS

AGENDA FOR SPOUSES & PARTNERS

12:00 – 1:00 pm

Registration

12:00 – 1:00 pm

Registration

1:00 – 1:45 pm

Welcome

1:00 – 1:45 pm

Welcome

Greg Hamann, Chair, AACC Presidents Academy Executive Committee and President, Linn-Benton Community College (OR)

Greg Hamann, Chair, AACC Presidents Academy Executive Committee and President, Linn-Benton Community College (OR)

Walter G. Bumphus, President and CEO, AACC (DC)

Walter G. Bumphus, President and CEO, AACC (DC)

Introductions and Icebreaker

Introductions and Icebreaker

Don Cameron, PASI – Facilitator

Don Cameron, PASI – Facilitator

1:45 – 2:30 pm

1:45 – 2:30 pm

PASI Program and Goals: Turning the 21st-Century Commission’s “Rs” from Recommendations Into Reality

PASI Program and Goals: Turning the 21st-Century Commission’s “Rs” from Recommendations Into Reality

Greg Hamann, Chair, AACC Presidents Academy Executive Committee and President, Linn-Benton Community College (OR)

Greg Hamann, Chair, AACC Presidents Academy Executive Committee and President, Linn-Benton Community College (OR)

2:30 – 4:30 pm

2:30 – 4:30 pm

The Future of Higher Education: Disruption Goes to College

The Future of Higher Education: Disruption Goes to College

Curtis Johnson, President, Citistates and Senior Associate, Education Evolving (MN)

Curtis Johnson, President, Citistates and Senior Associate, Education Evolving (MN)

Dr. Curtis Johnson, co-author of the book Disrupting Class and a former community college president, will guide us through the theory of disruptive innovation as it applies to education, illustrating for us the resulting mismatch between the traditional model of education and the way today’s generation is learning. We will consider why the disruption might seem so slow and easy to dismiss in education, why its acceleration can be good news for us, and how we as presidents can use this disruption to redesign our schools and our students’ educational experiences.

Dr. Curtis Johnson, co-author of the book Disrupting Class and a former community college president, will guide us through the theory of disruptive innovation as it applies to education, illustrating for us the resulting mismatch between the traditional model of education and the way today’s generation is learning. We will consider why the disruption might seem so slow and easy to dismiss in education, why its acceleration can be good news for us, and how we as presidents can use this disruption to redesign our schools and our students’ educational experiences.

5:00 – 6:00 pm

5:00 – 6:00 pm

Dinner on your own

Opening Reception

Opening Reception

Dinner on your own

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SCHEDULE

Sunday, July 21

AGENDA FOR PRESIDENTS 7:30 – 8:30 am Breakfast 8:30 – 10:15 am The President’s Role in Fostering Innovation and Entrepreneurialism John Liddy, Entrepreneurial Leadership Fellow, National Association of Community College Entrepreneurship (MA) Heather Van Sickle, Executive Director, National Association of Community College Entrepreneurship (MA) This session will help us learn how to approach the business of running a community college with an entrepreneurial mindset, inciting and growing the community college’s role in supporting job creation and entrepreneurs in the local ecosystem. 10:15 – 10:30 am

Group Photo

10:30 – 11:50 am

CEO/Board Relations

J. Noah Brown, President & CEO, Association of Community College Trustees (DC) Walter G. Bumphus, President & CEO, AACC (DC) The board of trustees has a responsibility to ensure that the community college is a healthy and vibrant part of the community that it serves, providing educational and workforce opportunities for the 21st century. The board’s sole employee, the CEO, is entrusted to oversee the organization and ensure that the institution runs effectively. In order for the CEO to effectively administer the college, the relationship between the board and the CEO must be clearly defined. This session will address the board/CEO relationship and provide tips to ensure that strong and effective rapport is nurtured and fostered. 11:50 am – 12:00 pm Sponsor Spotlight USA Today 12:00 – 1:00 pm Lunch

1:00 – 2:45 pm You Make the Call: The President as Fundraiser Polly Binns, Executive Director, Council for Resource Development (MD) Paul Heaton, Director of the Center for Community College Advancement, Council for Advancement and Support of Education (DC) This participatory session will provide participants with an opportunity to examine and explore their roles in fundraising through case studies of pertinent issues in the realm of resource development, foundation board development, major campaigns, and alumni relations. 2:45 – 3:00 pm

Break

3:00 – 5:00 pm The President as Academic Leader: Education Redesign Chad Kainz, Solutions Director, Blackboard, Inc. (DC) Never before has the potential to reach students and help them achieve success been so great. The shift from personal computing to increasingly ubiquitous personal technology has opened new and innovative educational paths, which were thought of as niche, cost prohibitive, or unattainable less than a decade ago. In the past, arguments regarding redesigning education concentrated on “what if?,” but increasingly academic leaders are facing the question of “what now?” How, then, can a CEO shift an institution and its approach to education from concentrating on “if” toward driving to “when”? 5:00 – 6:00 pm Fireside Chat: Critical Partnerships for a Successful Presidency Walter G. Bumphus, President and CEO, AACC (DC) Aileen Bumphus, PASI Spouse/Partner Program Facilitator and Executive Director of Gateway Scholars, The University of Texas at Austin Dinner on your own

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SCHEDULE

Sunday, July 21

AGENDA FOR SPOUSES & PARTNERS 7:30 – 8:30 am

Breakfast

You Make the Call: The President as Fundraiser

8:30 – 9:30 am Welcome and The 21st Century Recommendations Walter G. Bumphus, President and CEO, AACC (DC) This session will welcome spouse/partner participants to PASI and Dr. Walter G. Bumphus will provide an update on the 21st-Century Commission implementation work, the impact of the recommendations, and the report’s role in shaping the direction of community colleges’ success. Dr. Bumphus will also share with participants the critical steps that the CEOs must take as bold leaders in guiding their institutions into this grand future. 9:30 – 9:45 am

Break

Polly Binns, Executive Director, Council for Resource Development (MD) Paul Heaton, Director of the Center for Community College Advancement, Council for Advancement and Support of Education (DC) This participatory session will provide participants with an opportunity to examine and explore their roles in fundraising through case studies of pertinent issues in the realm of resource development, foundation board development, major campaigns, and alumni relations. 2:45 – 3:00 pm

Break

3:00 – 4:30 pm

9:45 – 11:00 am Making the Most of Your PASI Experience Aileen Bumphus, PASI Spouse/Partner Program Facilitator and Executive Director of Gateway Scholars, The University of Texas at Austin Get a preview of the days ahead. Program highlights will be shared during this orientation.

Fundraising Follow-Up Session: The Spouse’s/Partner’s Role in Supporting the President as Fundraiser Walter Thornton, PASI Spouse/Partner Facilitator 5:00 – 6:00 pm Fireside Chat: Critical Partnerships for a Successful Presidency Walter G. Bumphus, President and CEO, AACC, (DC)

11:00 am – 12:00 pm Four Seasons Hotel Highlights Four Seasons Concierge 12:00 – 1:00 pm

1:00 – 2:45 pm

Lunch

Aileen Bumphus, PASI Spouse/Partner Program Facilitator and Executive Director of Gateway Scholars, The University of Texas at Austin Dinner on your own

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SCHEDULE

Monday, July 22

AGENDA FOR PRESIDENTS 7:30 – 8:30 am

Breakfast

11:30 am

8:20 – 8:30 am Phi Theta Kappa

Sponsor Spotlight

Theme: Managing / Encouraging Change Through Technology

8:30 – 10:00 am The President as Economic Developer: “JOBS is Job #1” Steve VanAusdle, President, Walla Walla Community College (WA) Larry Nespoli, President, New Jersey Council of County Colleges Community colleges are driving forces behind regional economic development, and there is tremendous pressure on community college presidents to effectively lead these organizations. In our nation’s current economic climate, that pressure has never carried more importance or responsibility. This session will provide participants with an opportunity to explore their roles in economic development through the examination of award-winning and insightful case studies. The session will conclude with a lively and in-depth Q&A. 10:15 am

Travel to Discovery Center

Day of Discovery

A day of interaction with some of the leaders in educational technology innovation, as well as with those who are interested in providing resources to help support the effective introduction of these technologies on our campuses. Events take place at the Discovery Center, the Discovery Channel’s cutting edge teaching and learning center. 11:30 am – 12:00 pm Welcome and Discovery Sizzle 12:00 – 12:30 pm Professional Development for the CEO – Discovery Executive 12:30 – 12:45 pm Get lunch and move into main room 12:45 – 1:30 pm Positive Change Through Educational Technology 1:30 – 3:00 pm Immersion Classrooms (Instruction and Activity) 3:30 – 4:30 pm Getting There From Here 4:30 pm

Depart Discovery Center

5:30 PM

Return to Four Seasons

6:30 pm Grand Dinner Four Seasons Hotel

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SCHEDULE

Monday, July 22

AGENDA FOR SPOUSES & PARTNERS 7:30 – 8:30 am Breakfast 4:30 pm 5:30 PM 9:00 – 10:00 AM Supporting Your Spouse/Partner Don Cameron, PASI – Facilitator 10:15 am

Travel to Discovery Center

11:30 am

Day of Discovery

Depart Discovery Center Return to Four Seasons

6:30 pm Grand Dinner Four Seasons Hotel

Theme: Managing / Encouraging Change Through Technology A day of interaction with some of the leaders in educational technology innovation, as well as with those who are interested in providing resources to help support the effective introduction of these technologies on our campuses. Events take place at the Discovery Center, the Discovery Channel’s cutting edge teaching and learning center. 11:30 am – 12:00 pm Welcome and Discovery Sizzle 12:00 – 12:30 pm Professional Development for the CEO – Discovery Executive 12:30 – 12:45 pm Get lunch and move into main room 12:45 – 1:30 pm Positive Change Through Educational Technology 1:30 – 3:00 pm Immersion Classrooms (Instruction and Activity) 3:30 – 4:30 pm Getting There From Here

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SCHEDULE AGENDA FOR PRESIDENTS

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Tuesday, July 23 AGENDA FOR SPOUSES & PARTNERS

7:30 – 8:30 am Breakfast 8:30 – 10:30 am

7:30 – 8:30 am Breakfast 8:30 – 10:30 am

The Inner President: Interior Foundations for Effective Leadership

The Inner President: Interior Foundations for Effective Leadership

Sanford “Sandy” Shugart, President, Valencia College (FL)

Sanford “Sandy” Shugart, President, Valencia College (FL)

The work of leading an institution can have a powerful impact on the inner life and character of the leader, as discussed in Dr. Sandy Shugart’s recent book, Leadership in the Crucible of Work: Discovering the Inner Life of an Authentic Leader. In this session we will explore a few of the book’s major themes in personal reflection and dialog. Prereading the book is highly recommended and participants will have the opportunity to bring their own observations and questions from the book to open discussion with the author and one another.

The work of leading an institution can have a powerful impact on the inner life and character of the leader, as discussed in Dr. Sandy Shugart’s recent book, Leadership in the Crucible of Work: Discovering the Inner Life of an Authentic Leader. In this session we will explore a few of the book’s major themes in personal reflection and dialog. Prereading the book is highly recommended and participants will have the opportunity to bring their own observations and questions from the book to open discussion with the author and one another.

10:30 am – 12:00 pm

10:30 am – 12:00 pm

Closing Program

Closing Program

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Attendee Roster William Austin Warren County Community College 475 Route 57 W Washington, NJ 07882 will@warren.edu Guest: Lori Ann Austin Cynthia S. Bambara Allegany College of Maryland 12401 Willowbrook Rd, SE Cumberland, MD 21502 cbambara@allegany.edu Guest: Michael Bambara C. Jon Bauer East Central College 1964 Prairie Dell Rd Union, MO 63084 bauerj@eastcentral.edu Johnson Bia Pima Community College-Desert Vista 5901 S Calle Santa Cruz Tucson, AZ 85706 icamarena@pima.edu Andrew W. Bowne Ivy Tech Community College-East Central 345 S. High St Muncie, IN 47305 abowne@ivytech.edu Pearl Brower Ilisagvik College PO Box 749 Barrow, AK 99723 pearl.brower@ilisagvik.edu Walter G. Bumphus American Association of Community Colleges One Dupont Circle NW, Suite 410 Washington, DC 20036 wbumphus@aacc.nche.edu Faciliator and Guest: Aileen Bumphus

Ronald Chesbrough St Charles Community College 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Dr Saint Peters, MO 63376 rchesbrough@stchas.edu Charlene Cole-Newkirk Community College of Allegheny County-South 1750 Clairton Rd B622 West Mifflin, PA 15122 cnewkirk@ccac.edu Debra A. Derr Mt Hood Community College 500 College Dr Mason City, IA 50401 derrdebr@niacc.edu Patricia C. Donohue Mercer County Community College 1200 Old Trenton Rd, PO Box 17202 Trenton, NJ 08690 donohuep@mccc.edu Kevin Drumm Broome Community College 907 Upper Front St PO Box 1017 Binghamton, NY 13902 odaypg@sunybroome.edu Charlene M. Dukes Prince George’s Community College 301 Largo Rd Kent Hall 110 Largo, MD 20774 cdukes@pgcc.edu Bradley Ebersole Washington State Community College 710 Colegate Drive Marietta, OH 45750 bebersole@wscc.edu

Sandra Caldwell Reedley College 995 North Reed Ave Reedley, CA 93654 sandra.caldwell@reedleycollege.edu

Karla A. Fisher Butler Community College 901 S Haverhill Rd El Dorado, KS 67042 kfisher11@butlercc.edu

Cecilia Cervantes Hennepin Technical College 9000 Brooklyn Blvd Brooklyn Park, MN 55445 sburley@hennepintech.edu

Marie Foster Gnage West Virginia University at Parkersburg 300 Campus Dr Parkersburg, WV 26104 marie.gnage@wvup.edu

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Attendee Roster Glen E. Gabert Hudson County Community College 70 Sip Ave, 4th Fl Jersey City, NJ 07306 ggabert@hccc.edu

George C. Knox Labette Community College 200 S 14th St Parsons, KS 67357 georgek@labette.edu

Gregory J. Hamann Linn-Benton Community College 6500 Pacific Blvd, SW Albany, OR 97321 greg.hamann@linnbenton.edu Guest: Rita Hamann

Jana Kooi Florida State College at Jacksonville-Open Campus 601 W State St, Room 414 URC Jacksonville, FL 32202 jkooi@fscj.edu

Doris Helmich Central Arizona College 8470 N Overfield Rd Coolidge, AZ 85128 doris.helmich@centralaz.edu

Doreen Larson Pierpont Community & Technical College 1201 Locust Ave Fairmont, WV 26554 doreen.larson@pierpont.edu Guest: Len Larson

James D. Henningsen College of Central Florida 3001 SW College Rd Ocala, FL 34474 jim.henningsen@cf.edu

Beth Lewis College of the Mainland 1200 Amburn Rd Texas City, TX 77591 blewis@com.edu

Katherine Hiyane-Brown Whatcom Community College 237 W Kellogg Rd Bellingham, WA 98226 khiyane-brown@whatcom.ctc.edu

E. Ann McGee Seminole State College of Florida 100 Weldon Blvd Sanford, FL 32773 mcgeea@seminolestate.edu Guest: Dave Rieck

Jessica Howard Portland Community College-Southeast Center 2305 SE 82nd Ave Portland, OR 97216 jessica.howard1@pcc.edu Deborah Ikeda State Center Community College District 1525 E Weldon Ave Fresno, CA 93704 deborah.ikeda@scccd.edu Evelyn E. Jorgenson Moberly Area Community College 101 College Ave Moberly, MO 65270 evelynj@macc.edu Jane A. Karas Flathead Valley Community College 777 Grandview Dr Kalispell, MT 59901 jkaras@fvcc.edu

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Margaret M. McMenamin Union County College 1033 Springfield Ave Cranford, NJ 07016 mcmenamin@ucc.edu Nicholas Neupauer Butler County Community College College Dr PO Box 1203 Butler, PA 16003 nicholas.neupauer@bc3.edu Harold Nolte Blinn College 902 College Ave Brenham, TX 77833 bkrebs@blinn.edu Walter H. Nolte Casper College 125 College Dr Casper, WY 82601 wnolte@caspercollege.edu

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Attendee Roster Tom Quinn Kirtland Community College 10775 N Saint Helen Rd Roscommon, MI 48653 tom.quinn@kirtland.edu Shirley A. Reed South Texas College 3201 W Pecan Blvd Mc Allen, TX 78502 sareed@southtexascollege.edu Guest: Kent M. Biel Glenn R. Roquemore Irvine Valley College 5500 Irvine Center Dr Irvine, CA 92618 groquemore@ivc.edu David Sam Elgin Community College 1700 Spartan Dr Elgin, IL 60123 dsam@elgin.edu Gayle M. Saunders Richland Community College One College Park Decatur, IL 62521 president@richland.edu Joseph Schaffer Laramie County Community College 1400 East College Dr Cheyenne, WY 82007 jschaffer@lccc.wy.edu Guest: Brooke Schaffer

Jerry Sue Thornton Cuyahoga Community College District 700 Carnegie Ave Cleveland, OH 44115 jerry-sue.thornton@tri-c.edu Guest: Walter Thornton Rajen Vurdien Fullerton College 321 E Chapman Ave Fullerton, CA 92832 rvurdien@fullcoll.edu Charlotte Warren Lincoln Land Community College 5250 Shepherd Rd PO Box 19256 Springfield, IL 62794 cjwarren@llcc.edu Stelfanie Williams Vance-Granville Community College PO Box 917 Henderson, NC 27536 swilliams@vgcc.edu Terri Winfree Prairie State College 202 S Halsted St Chicago Heights, IL 60411 twinfree@prairiestate.edu Susan Wolff Great Falls College Montana State University 2100 16th Ave S Great Falls, MT 59405 susan.wolff@gfcmsu.edu

Richard G. Shrubb Minnesota West Community and Technical College 1450 College Way Worthington, MN 56187 richard.shrubb@mnwest.edu Jabari Simama Georgia Piedmont Technical College 495 N Indian Creek Dr Clarkston, GA 30021 simamaj@gptc.edu Lori L. Sundberg Carl Sandburg College 2400 Tom L Wilson Blvd Galesburg, IL 61401 lsundberg@sandburg.edu

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AACC Board of of Directors Directors AACC Board

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Executive Committee

Jane karas Board Chair President Flathead Valley Community College, MT

ken atwater Chair-Elect President Hillsborough Community College, FL

marie Foster gnage Past Chair President West Virginia University at Parkersburg

karen stout Chair, Committee on Audit and Finance President Montgomery County Community College, PA

CharLene Dukes Chair, Committee on Community College Advancement President Prince George’s Community College, MD

Lee Lambert Chair, Committee on Program Initiatives and Workforce Training Chancellor Pima Community College, AZ

DanieL PheLan Chair, Committee on Public Policy and Government Relations President Jackson College, MI

riCarDo torres Chair, Committee on Directors and Membership Services President and CEO National Student Clearinghouse, VA

kenneth enDer President William Rainey Harper College, IL

eugene giovannini President Maricopa Corporate College, AZ

mary s. graham President Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

Jonathan gueverra President Florida Keys Community College

LawrenCe nesPoLi President New Jersey Council of County Colleges

wiLFreDo nieves President Capital Community College, CT

eLoy oakLey Superintendent/ President Long Beach City College, CA

shirLey a. reeD President South Texas College

CaroL sPaLDing President Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, NC

Lori sunDberg President Carl Sandburg Community College, IL

betty young President Houston Community College - Coleman College for Health Sciences, TX

Board Members

Carrie biLLy President and CEO American Indian Higher Education Consortium, VA

ronnie booth President Tri-County Technical College, SC

Quintin buLLoCk President Schenectady County Community College, NY

Chris bustamante President Rio Salado College, AZ

erma Johnson haDLey Chancellor Tarrant County College District, TX

e. ann mCgee President Seminole State College of Florida

CinDy L. miLes Chancellor Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District, CA

sCott murakami Director, Workforce Development University of Hawaii System - Honolulu Community College

PatriCia roweLL Retired Campus President Cuyahoga Community College, OH

James seLbe Special Assistant to the President Kentucky Community and Technical College System

mary rittLing President Davidson County Community College, NC

CheryL roberts President and CEO Chemeketa Community College, OR

LynDa stanLey Trustee Brunswick Community College, NC

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2013-2014 Presidents Academy Executive Committee and PASI Agenda Planning Committee Chair

Gregory J. Hamann Chair President Linn-Benton Community College (OR)

Southern Region

Katherine Hiyane-Brown Chair-Elect President Whatcom Community College (WA)

E. Ann McGee Immediate Past Chair President Seminole State College of Florida

Central Region

Laura Coleman President Bay de Noc Community College (MI)

Alice Marie Jacobs President Danville Area Community College (IL)

Gayle M. Saunders President Richland Community College (IL)

James M. Mitchell President George Corley Wallace State Community College (AL)

Kevin E. Drumm President Broome Community College (NY)

George C. Knox President Labette Community College (KS)

Walter H. Nolte President Casper College (WY)

Joseph Schaffer President Laramie County Community College (WY)

At-Large Members

Margaret M. McMenamin President Union County College (NJ)

Pacific Region

Jamillah K. Moore Chancellor Ventura County Community College District (CA)

Evelyn E. Jorgenson President Moberly Area Community College (MO)

Western Region

Northern Region

William Austin President Warren County Community College (NJ)

James D. Henningsen President College of Central Florida

Cecilia Cervantes President Hennepin Technical College (MN)

Glen Gabert President Hudson County Community College (NJ)

Ex Officio

Glenn R. Roquemore President Irvine Valley College (CA)

Debra A. Derr President North Iowa Area Community College

Walter G. Bumphus President and CEO American Association of Community Colleges (DC)

Jane Karas President Flathead Valley Community College (MT)

Narcisa Polonio Executive Vice President for Education, Research, and Board Leadership Services Association of Community College Trustees (DC)

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