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Volume 3, Issue 6


Conference Planning Team Seeks Proposals

CASE invites members to submit a session proposal for the 2014 Conference for Community College Advancement.

The deadline for submissions is Jan. 20, 2014. The conference will occur Sept. 17-19, 2014, in Sacramento, Calif.

CASE would like to thank these volunteers who will shape the 2014 program as part of the conference planning committee:

  • Chair: Diane Shoger, executive director, Monroe Community College Foundation (Rochester, N.Y.)
  • Vice Chair: Mike Barzacchini, director of marketing services, Harper College (Palatine, Ill.)
  • Bill Crowe, director of the Center for Continuing Education, University of Georgia (Athena, Ga.); former president, Tyler Junior College (Tyler, Texas)
  • Joel Doepker, vice president for external relations, East Central College (Union, Mo.)
  • Doug Ferguson, director of alumni programs, Delaware County Community College (Media, Pa.)
  • Lisa Gibert, president and chief executive, Clark College Foundation (Vancouver, Wash.)
  • Jennifer Sager Gentry, executive director and vice chancellor of institutional advancement, Virginia's Community Colleges (Richmond, Va.)
  • Sophia James, director of advancement services, Houston Community College (Houston, Texas)
  • Nancy Pryor, external affairs manager, Foundation for California Community Colleges (Sacramento, Calif.)
  • Ruth Purcell, director, BC3 Education Foundation (Butler, Pa.)
  • Beverly Sandeen, vice chancellor of resource and economic development, Los Rios Community College District (Sacramento, Calif.)
  • Maureen Stokes, director of public information, Barstow Community College (Barstow, Calif.)
  • Murray Wood, chief development officer, College of the Canyons (Santa Clarita, Calif.)

Please share your questions and comments with Marc Westenburg via email at mwestenburg@case.org or +1 202 478 5570.

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This article is from the December 2013 issue of the Community College Advancement News.

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