As a Governing Board Member for El Camino College, I'm running for re-election to continue the College's progress. Here's why I believe I can move us forward.
Proven Leadership. In 14 years in elected office, I have a track record of advocating for the program saving students $1 million in textbook costs, approving programs enabling students to get College credit while on high school campuses, warning seniors about fraud and financial abuse, protecting the environment, supporting business and embracing our diversity and international character. In 24 years of professional management, I tripled revenues in 18 months as a CEO, led 2,000 team members and drove $1.5 billion in revenues. View my track record >
Financial Stewardship. As an El Camino College trustee, I helped the College achieve its best financial condition in a decade, improving reserves by 67% in 6 years. In the private sector, I’ve improved performance by hundreds of millions of dollars.
Commitment to Community Service. My life is about community service. I became an appointed official in 1999 as a Commissioner, and went on to serve on two additional commissions. Through two decades, I’ve served on a dozen nonprofit organizations in a board leadership capacity, including the Torrance Historical Society, Sharefest, Go for Broke National Education Center, and a Cub Scout Den Leader. Professionally, I led the national Red Cross blood donation program, helping save more than two million lives each year.
Election day is Nov. 8, 2022. I respectfully ask for your vote — and that you make your mark for Numark!