Please join us for the CHC Presidential Candidate Forums:
Wed., Nov. 28, 12pm - 2pm & 6 pm - 8pm
Location: LRC 231, (new Library Building)
The forums will be streamed live at http://craftonhills.edu/PresidentForum
The videos will remain available for viewing for a week after the initial live webcasts.
Candidates for CHC Presidency
Dr. Ralph Ford is currently Vice President of Student Services for a four campus comprehensive community college in New Jersey. He previously served at community colleges in Texas, New York and Michigan as well as a university in Alabama. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English and social science, a master of arts and educational specialist degree in counseling and educational leadership, and a Doctorate in Education in higher education administration from the University of Alabama, has been a licensed professional counselor, and completed his postdoctoral work at several universities and the Enrollment Management Institute at Harvard University.
Currently the interim President of Crafton Hills College, Dr. Cheryl Marshall previously served as the Vice President of Instruction. Prior to joining CHC, Dr. Marshall worked at Mt. San Antonio College in several administrative positions including Associate Dean of Business and Director of the Center of Excellence. An instructor of business and human resources courses at a variety of institutions, she also maintained a training and consulting business before joining the community college system. Dr. Marshall earned her Doctorate in Education from the University of Southern California, and holds a master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from CSU San Bernardino.
Executive Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs at the Solano Community College District, Mr. Arturo Reyes has over twenty-six years of service in California’s public education system. Previously interim President and Vice President of Academic Affairs at San José City College, he was with the California Community College Chancellor’s Office in Sacramento, and taught Spanish at Cosumnes River College prior to becoming an administrator there. Currently completing his Doctorate in Educational Leadership at UC Davis, he earned his master’s degree in education and administrative services credential at CSU, Sacramento and dual bachelor’s degrees from UC, Davis.