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Members of the Board of Trustees

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Dr. Anne L. Viricel, Chair

Area 7 ( Map )

Dr. Anne L. Viricel

Dr. Anne L. Viricel was appointed to fill a Board of Trustees vacancy in 2015 and then elected to the position in November, 2016. Now in her second term and ran unopposed in the 2020 election, her focus is on improving operational efficiencies and increasing student opportunities. 

Trustee Viricel has served as Executive Director of the San Bernardino Symphony since September of 2013. In this role, she spends her days creating opportunities for visibility and philanthropy for the region's longest running and most prestigious professional orchestra.

In addition, since 2000, she has been a professor at the University of Redlands School of Business where she specializes in quantitative operations and strategy coursework. 

Trustee Viricel is also an author, having published dozens of academic and industry articles and, most recently, collaborated on the autobiography of Dr. Margaret Hill. She is a current board member of The San Bernardino County Natural History Museum Association, The Unforgettables Foundation, and the County’s Arts Connection. She is also an active member of the American Association of University Women, the Bonnes Meres Auxiliary of the Children's Fund, and the Assistance League.

Her recent awards include Assembly District 40 City of Highland Woman of the Year, League of Women Voters Citizen of Achievement Award, two University of Redlands Excellence in Teaching Awards, the Black Culture Foundation's Black Rose Award, and she was named a Woman of Distinction by Senator Mike Morrell for both the cities of Highland and San Bernardino.

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Dr. Stephanie Houston, Vice Chair

Area 6 ( Map )

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Dr. Stephanie Houston has been a professional K12 educator for 26 years, currently serving as Assistant Superintendent- Innovation and Engagement for the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools. In this role, she is responsible for collaboration efforts with educators, government, community & faith-based organizations, law enforcement, health, business & industry, and elected officials to provide personal and academic success opportunities for all students in San Bernardino County from Cradle to Career. Additional highlights of Dr. Houston’s experience include: Superintendent Colton Redlands Yucaipa ROP (2007-2019); Vice Chair and Trustee for the San Bernardino Community College District (2018-current); Commissioner for the Council on Occupational Education national postsecondary accreditation agency (2013-2019); adjunct professor at University of Redlands in the School of Education (2017-2019); Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) state Career Technical Education Council President (2011-2014); San Bernardino County Workforce Investment Board Youth Council (1999-2014).

Dr. Houston began her postsecondary education at Crafton Hills College, and transferred to California State University San Bernardino where she earned a Liberal Studies/Bilingual-Cross Cultural bachelor’s degree, then a master’s degree in Educational Administration from the University of Redlands, and then earned a doctor of education degree in Transformational Leadership from Brandman University. Additionally, she has a California professional clear teaching credential and administrative services credential.



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Gloria Macias Harrison, Clerk

Area 5 ( Map )

Gloria Macias Harrison was first elected to the Board of Trustees in 2012, was re-elected in 2016, and ran unopposed in the 2020 election.

 

She became President of Crafton Hills College on July 1, 2000, and served until she retired from that position on July 2, 2011.  Vice President of Instruction at Crafton Hills College for eight years, and Dean of Humanities at San Bernardino Valley College for three years, she also has over 20 years of teaching experience.

 

Mrs. Harrison was a governor's appointee to the California Commission on the Status of Women and served on the California Council for Humanities and numerous state committees on education.  She is currently the Treasurer of the California Housing Foundation. 

 

Locally, Ms. Harrison is a member of Kiwanis of Greater San Bernardino, the San Bernardino Symphony Association, Inland Empire American Association of University Women, San Bernardino Area League of Women Voters, Rialto and San Bernardino Women’s Clubs, the George Brown Legacy Project, the Inland Empire Community Foundation Youth Grant Makers Program, the Association of Community College Trustees, the California Community Colleges, and the Crafton Hills College Foundation. 

Mrs. Harrison earned an Associate of Arts degree from San Bernardino Valley College, a Bachelor of Arts degree, and a Master of Arts degree in Spanish Literature, both from the University of California, Riverside.

 

Macίas Harrison brings a unique perspective, having spent her professional career as an educator in the SBCCD, in addition to founding and continuing to serve as publisher of several weekly newspapers serving the Inland Empire. 

 

Raised in San Bernardino, Macίas Harrison began her career in academia as a professor of Spanish, spending 24 years in the classroom before she moved into educational administration. She served as the Dean of Humanities at San Bernardino Valley College, then Vice President of Instruction at Crafton Hills College, before she was appointed President, where she served from 2000 to 2011.

 

Macίas Harrison is also the founder/owner-publisher of the El Chicano Community Newspaper (established in 1969)  and co-owner/co-publisher of the Colton Courier and the Rialto Record along with www.iecn.com, under the auspices of the Inland Empire Community Newspapers group.

 

Macias Harrison supports sound policy decisions that emphasize providing quality education and training opportunities to the most students possible while implementing efficient oversight of the district administration. Known throughout her career for always considering students first, she is committed to making the most of limited resources in these challenging times by the effective use of every tax dollar.

 

“As an educator and business owner, I am uniquely qualified to be a trustee. I know firsthand that our future depends on providing our students with quality opportunities for higher education and training. I am a testament to this belief - without my education, I would not have been able to form the IECN weekly newspapers. My education, in concert with running a successful small business, has taught me to manage money and to maximize limited resources.”


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John Longville, Trustee

Area 3 ( Map )

John Longville was elected to the Board of Trustees in 2008, at which time he retired from his adjunct faculty position at San Bernardino Valley College.

He also is a member of the Board of Directors of the San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District (2007-present), and has previously served as a member of the California State Assembly (1998-2004), Mayor of Rialto (1987-1998), and member of the Rialto City Council (1978-1984 & 1986-1987). During his municipal government years, Trustee Longville was particularly active in regional government agencies, serving as President of both San Bernardino Associated Governments (1982-1983) and the Southern California Association of Governments (1992-1993) and as a founding board member of the Southern California Regional Rail Association (Metrolink).

Trustee Longville has been active in a wide array of local civic and charitable organizations since he first moved to San Bernardino County in 1972 to work as press secretary for the late Congressman George Brown.

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Joseph Williams, Trustee

Area 2 ( Map )

Trustee Joseph Williams

Joseph Williams is an elected member of the San Bernardino Community College District Board of Trustees, which oversees Crafton Hills College, San Bernardino Valley College, and Empire KVCR – the PBS and NPR affiliate station for Inland Southern California on TV channel 24 and 91.9 FM. Williams has served on the board since 2013 representing Area 2 which includes the communities of Muscoy, Rialto and San Bernardino.

Williams is Public Affairs Manager at Southern California Edison and is a governor’s appointee to the California Community College Board of Governor and California Workforce Development Board. Additionally, he is the founder of Youth Action Project (YAP), a non-profit organization dedicated to preparing Inland Empire students for college and workplace success. Prior to founding YAP, Williams served the County of San Bernardino for nine years, working in behavioral health, workforce development, and sheriff’s departments.

Williams is an alumnus of Crafton Hills College and San Bernardino Valley College. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Redlands, and a master’s degree in social impact from Claremont Lincoln University

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Frank Reyes, Trustee

Area 1 ( Map )

Frank Reyes is a member of the San Bernardino Community College District Board of Trustees who oversee San Bernardino Valley College, Crafton Hills College, the Economic Development & Corporate Training division and KVCR TV/FM -the PBS and NPR affiliate station for the Inland region.

He was elected in November 2016 to represent Area 1, which includes the areas of Bloomington, Colton and Grand Terrace.  As a member of the governing board, Trustee Reyes and his colleagues serve 24,000 students and oversee SBCCD’s educational enterprise that produces an economic impact of $621 million to the region each year.

Prior to being elected, Trustee Reyes established a 35-year career in public higher education and workforce development as a student advisor at San Bernardino Valley College, California State University San Bernardino, and as Vice Chancellor of Governmental Affairs at SBCCD. During his tenure, Trustee Reyes helped secure more than $120 million in state and federal grants to advance the district’s educational mission.  Trustee Reyes’ leadership and commitment to the region has led him to serve as Executive Director of the Arrowhead Regional Medical Center Foundation and being a leading voice for the Inland Empire with the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU).

Since being elected, Trustee Reyes has helped attain an additional $35 million from the State, $3 million from the federal EDA.  He continues his amazing work in obtaining grants at all levels in order to assist the students and faculty.

Trustee Reyes was recently appointed to the Inland Empire Central Labor Council and continues to work to bring the colleges to the community.


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Dr. Donald L. Singer, Trustee

Area 4 ( Map )

Dr. Donald L. Singer was first elected to the SBCCD Board of Trustees in November 2001. He previously served as President of Crafton Hills College (1982-1990) and as President of San Bernardino Valley College (1990-1997).

Trustee Singer is a member of the Board of Directors of the California Community College Trustees, the state-wide organization which represents all 442 elected community college trustees in the state, and formerly served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Association of Community College Trustees, the national organization which represents over 7,000 community college trustees in the United States.

He is a former member of the City of Redlands Human Relations Commission and is presently a member of the Redlands Kiwanis Club, and of Congregation EmanuEl in Redlands.

Trustee Singer earned his bachelor's in education, master's in history, and a Ph.D. in Higher Education from the University of Southern California.


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Alex Ramos Huaman, CHC Student Trustee

Alex Ramos Huaman

Alex Ramos Huaman is an Economics major at Crafton Hills College. He was elected by his peers to the position of Student Trustee for the 2020-2021 academic year. 

As an Honors student, student worker, and a registered volunteer at the Jerry L. Pettis Memorial Veterans Hospital, he is an active participant in the community. After jining Crafton's Student Senate, he focused on outreach and student support during COVID-19 crisis. Alex brings his experience in communicating, planning, and collaborating with Crafton's administration in order to promote equity and efficiency. 





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Adrian Rios, SBVC Student Trustee

Adrian Rios

Adrian Rios elected to student trustee at San Bernardino Valley College 2020-2021. He is a nursing major and Biology major. He was currently the last ASG president of San Bernardino Valley College from 2018-2019. He always had a passion to help out his community and help others that are in need of help. He works part-time as a wrestling coach and part-time for the airport. One of his main focuses is to improve Student Life at the college and represent students at the state level.