Keynote speakers and session topics have been announced for the 2017 CCCApply & California Electronic Transcripts Annual Workshop being held April 12-13 at Sacramento City College in Sacramento, Calif.
Both days will focus on harnessing the power of data for student success, with sessions dedicated to discussions of statewide technology initiatives. These include the California Community Colleges (CCC) MyPath student portal and Project Glue, an architecture designed to synchronize data flowing through the many systemwide applications developed under the umbrella of the CCC Technology Center and used by colleges across the CCC.
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Dr. Pamela D. Walker, California Community Colleges (CCC) Vice Chancellor for Educational Services, will deliver the keynote for CCCApply day on April 12. Dr. Terri Gomez, Interim Associate Vice President, Student Success, Cal Poly Pomona, will be the keynote speaker for eTranscripts day on April 13.
Dr. Walker leads the CCC Chancellor’s Office divisions of Academic Affairs and Student Services. Dr. Walker is a highly regarded educational leader with experience as a faculty member and administrator in the K-12 system, multiple four-year university systems and in the California Community Colleges. She came to the Chancellor’s Office from American River College after spending 12 years in positions as the dean of science and allied health, associate vice president for instruction, vice president for student services and interim president.
At Cerritos College, Walker was the dean of heath, physical education, recreation, athletics and dance and interim dean of admissions and records. She also held the position of associate commissioner for the California Community College Athletic Association. Prior to her tenure in the California Community Colleges system, Walker worked at both public and private colleges and universities.
Dr. Gomez began her college career as a student at San Bernardino Community College, transferring to University of California at Los Angeles to finish her undergraduate political science degree and graduate studies.
After earning her PhD from UCLA in Political Science, Dr. Gomez went to work at Cal Poly Pomona as a professor of Ethnic & Women’s Studies. There, she has been successful on campus launching centers like the PolyTransfer Program, and obtaining positions such as the Interim Associate Vice President for Student Success, outside of her role of professor.
For additional program details, please visit the 2017 CCCApply & California Electronic Transcripts Annual Workshop page.
Crista Souza is the TechEDge News Editor