the 4CS Leadership Award

Each year the California Community Colleges Classified Senate (4CS) recognizes an outstanding individual who has shown significant support for classified participation in governance at the state level.

 

4CS Leadership Award Winners:

 

2001
David Viar
Executive Director
Community College League of California

portrait of David Viar

2002
Dr. Kevin Ramirez
President, Sierra College

portrait of Kevin Ramirez
2003
Dr. Sandra Acebo
President, Butte College
portrait of Sandra Acebo

2004
Bonnie Slosson
Director of Governmental Relations
Community College League of California

portrait of Bonnie Slosson

2005
Scott Lay
Executive Director
Community College League of California

portrait of Scott Lay

2006
Leslie Wang
CCC Board of Governors
San Joaquin Delta College

Leslie Wang Portrait

2007
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Governor, State of California

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2008
Senator Jack Scott
Chancellor
California Community Colleges

portrait of Senator Jack Scott

2009
Julie Martin Whiting
4CS President Emeritus
San Joaquin Delta College

portrait of Julie Whiting

2010
Tanna Thomas
CCC Board of Governors
Yuba College

portrait of tanna thomas

2011
Jim Wilson
4CS President Emeritus
Sierra College

portrait of Jim Wilson

2012
Cherie Savage
Director
Community College League of California

Cherie Savage portrait
2013
Dr. Brice Harris
Chancellor
California Community Colleges
Brice Harris
2014
Dr. Tod Burnett
President
Saddleback College
Tod Burnett Portrait
2015
LeBaron Woodyard
Vice Chancellor
California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office
2016
Dr. Regina Stanback Stroud
Skyling College President
2017
Dr. Greg Gillespie
Ventura College President
 

 

 

 

To nominate an individual for this award please follow the guidelines listed below:

  1. Send the individuals name and contact information, including mailing address, telephone number and email to lallen@ccccs.org.
  2. Include statements in which you address how the individual has met the following criteria:
    • Supports classified involvement in participatory governance at the local and state level.
    • Exhibits the characteristics valued by 4CS in strengthening our community colleges to the benefit of our communities.
    • Supports the Mission of the California Community Colleges and, by their actions, promotes the values of participatory governance for all.

2017 Deadline: March 3, 2017
4CS encourages you to provide a comprehensive picture of the candidate’s commitment and qualifications.