Members of the Board of Trustees

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Joseph Williams, President

Area 2 ( Map )

Joseph Williams

Joseph Williams was appointed to fill a Board of Trustees vacancy in 2013 and then elected to the position in November, 2014.

He is the Founder and CEO of the Youth Action Project (YAP) and has served youth and adults of the Inland Empire for the past fourteen years. YAP integrates youth popular culture in its program to engage positive dialogue, decision-making, and actions that will improve educational and workforce outcomes.

Prior to founding YAP, Joseph was employed with the County of San Bernardino for nine years, working for the Department of Behavioral Health, the Workforce Development Department and the Sheriff’s Department.

He currently serves as a member of the California Workforce Investment Board and the California Committee to Employ People with Disabilities, and as the Vice-Chair of the Legislative Committee on the San Bernardino County Workforce Investment Board.

Joseph served as the SBCCD Student Trustee when he was a college student, continuing on to complete a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration the University of Redlands.

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Gloria Macías Harrison, Vice President

Area 5 ( Map )

Gloria Macias Harrison was elected to the Board of Trustees in 2012.

Gloria Macias Harrison has balanced two careers plus family and community activism since the early sixties.  She is one of the founders of El Chicano (1969). Today, El Chicano publishes weekly along with nine other community weeklies.

Ms. Harrison served as President of Crafton Hills College for 12 years and as Vice President of Instruction for six. She taught for 20 years at San Bernardino Valley College and was Dean of Humanities for three. She retired in 2011 and was elected to the San Bernardino Community College Board of Trustees in 2012.

Gloria Harrison was a Governor's appointee on the California Commission on the Status of Women, and served on the California Council for the Humanities and numerous state committees on education.

In addition to serving for the past two and half years on the city's Charter Committee, she is a member of Kiwanis and is on the Board of the Valley Concert Association, the Brown Legacy, Crafton Hills Foundation, KVCR Education Foundation, San Bernardino Valley College Foundation and is currently a member of the League of Women Voters, the American Association of University Women, and the Rialto Business and Professional Women. She serves on several advisory committees including the San Bernardino City Schools' Making Hope Happen and is Treasurer of the San Bernardino County School Board Association. As past President for the Community Foundation, she is active on the Foundation's Youth Grant Makers Program.  Gloria Harrison is the recipient of numerous awards.

Ms. Harrison, a graduate of San Bernardino High School, received an AA degree from San Bernardino Valley College and BA and MA degrees from the University of California, Riverside.

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Donna Ferracone, Clerk

Area 6 ( Map )

Donna Ferracone was elected to the Board in 2010.

Ms. Ferracone retired in 2009 from Crafton Hills College after 20 years of service as a faculty member, department chair and Dean of Career and Technical Education. She is active in the Kiwanis Club of Redlands (noon), Redlands Youth Accountability Board and works with Youth Hope in Redlands.

She has been recognized by CSUSB as an Outstanding Alumni; University of Redlands Town and Gown for Community Service and Education, by Assemblymember Bill Emmerson as a Woman of Distinction, and was awarded the Roy Coble Award for Service to Youth by the Service Clubs of Redlands.

Ms. Ferracone received her Nursing Diploma from Queen of Angels School of Nursing in Los Angeles and holds a Bachelor of Vocational Education.

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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, John 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).

He 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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Frank Reyes, Trustee

Area 1 ( Map )

Frank Reyes was first elected to the Board in November 2016.

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Dr. Donald L. Singer, Trustee

Area 4 ( Map )

Dr. Donald L. Singer was first elected to the Board of Trustees in November, 2001.

Dr. Singer is the retired President of American Sports University in San Bernardino.  American Sports University is the nation's only four-year institution of higher education devoted to Sports Education in its many forms.  He previously served as President of Crafton Hills College (1982-1990) and as President of San Bernardino Valley College (1990-1997).

He 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.

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

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

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Dr. Anne L. Viricel, Trustee

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Dr. Anne Viricel was appointed to fill a Board of Trustees vacancy in 2015 and then elected to the position in November, 2016.

Dr. 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. She is also the Adjunct Liaison at the University, assisting other professional faculty become more effective in the classroom.

Dr. Viricel was appointed to San Bernardino Community College Board of Trustees in 2015, then elected in 2016. In this role, her focus is on improving operational efficiencies and increasing student opportunities.

Dr. 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 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, the University of Redlands Excellence in Teaching Award, 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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Jajuan Dotson, CHC Student Trustee

Crafton Hills College Student Trustee Jajuan Dotson .

Autumn Blackburn, SBVC Student Trustee

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San Bernardino Valley College Student Trustee Autumn Blackburn

San Bernardino Valley College Student Trustee Autumn-Estelle Blackburn is a lifelong resident of San Bernardino since 1994.  She graduated from Arroyo Valley High School and became a Wolverine in 2014. Ms. Blackburn is studying human services/psychology because she wants to make an impact in the field of mental health and substance addiction. As student trustee, her main goal is to ensure that students are aware of their student rights and to be the voice for students.