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Letters of Support from California's Leaders and Leading Organizations

Leaders across the state support the 115th California community college. Read their letters of support to legislators.

Lande Ajose, Ph.D., Executive Director
California Competes
Letter to the Senate
  California Competes
Julian Cañete, President & CEO
California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce
Letter to the Assembly
  California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce
Keith Curry, President & CEO
Compton Community College District
Letter to the Assembly
Letter to the Senate
  Compton Community College District
Lucy Dunn, President & CEO
Orange County Business Council
Letter to the Senate
  Orange County Business Council
Louis Fox, President & CEO
Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC)
Letter to the Assembly
  CENIC
Dolly Goyal, President
California Library Association
Letter to Governor Brown and Chancellor Oakley
  California Library Association
Carl Guardino, President & CEO
Silicon Valley Leadership Group
Letter to the Senate
Letter to the Assembly
  Silicon Valley Leadership Group
Bob Gutierrez, President
San Joaquin County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Letter to the Senate
Letter to the Assembly
  San Joaquin County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Rebecca Hanson, Executive Director
SEIU-UHW & Joint Employer Education Fund
Letter to the Senate
Letter to the Assembly
  SEIU-UHW and Joint Employer Education Fund
Beth Hassett, CEO
WEAVE Inc.
Letter to the Senate
Letter to the Assembly
  WEAVE Inc.
Alice Huffman, President
California State Conference NAACP
Letter to the Senate
  California State Conference NAACP
Brian King, Chancellor
Los Rios Community College District
Letter to the Assembly
  Los Rios Community College District
Pat Fong Kushida, President & CEO
California Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce
Letter to the Senate
  California Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce
Krishen Arvind Laetsch
Advocate for Children, Health and Education
Letter to the Senate
 
James Mayer, President & CEO
California Forward
Letter to the Senate
Letter to the Assembly
  California Forward
Judy C. Miner, Chancellor
Foothill-De Anza Community College District
Letter to the Senate
Letter to the Assembly
  Foothill-De Anza Community College District
Cynthia Murray, President & CEO
North Bay Leadership Council
Letter to the Senate
  North Bay Leadership Council
Jamey Nye, Ph.D, Vice Chancellor
Los Rios Community College District
Letter to the Assembly
   Los Rios Community College District
Roslyn B. Payne
Jackson Street Partners, Ltd
Letter to the Senate
 
Jessie Ryan, Executive Vice President
The Campaign for College Opportunity
Letter to the Senate
  The Campaign for College Opportunity
Ernie Silva, Director of External Affairs
SIATech High School
Letter to the Senate
  SIATech High School
Teresa Tarazi, English Instructor
Fresno City College
Letter to the Senate
 
Gary L. Toebben, President & CEO
Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
Letter to the Assembly
  Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
James Wallerstedt, Adjunct Faculty
Grossmont College
Endorsement
 
Jim Wunderman, President & CEO
Bay Area Council
Letter to the Senate
Letters to Bay Area Legislators
  Bay Area Council

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The Opportunity
For community colleges to become essential catalysts to California’s economic recovery and jobs creation at the local, regional and state levels.

The Strategy
Doing What MATTERS for jobs and the economy is a four-pronged framework to respond to the call of our nation, state, and regions to close the skills gap. The four prongs are:

  • Give Priority for Jobs and the Economy
  • Make Room for Jobs and the Economy
  • Promote Student Success
  • Innovate for Jobs and the Economy
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