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Volume 5, Issue 7

Conference Planning Team Named

Elizabeth (Bess) Littlefield, executive director of the Reynolds Community College Educational Foundation in Virginia, has been named chair of the 2016 Conference for Community College Advancement. Mitch Andrews, interim executive director of advancement at the Tyler Junior College Foundation, will serve as vice chair.

The 2016 conference will be Oct. 5-7 at the Westin San Diego Gaslamp Quarter.

Other members of the conference planning team are:

  • Scott Alvested, alumni relations and annual giving manager, Metropolitan Community College (Missouri)
  • Erica Broman, Vice President of Institutional Development, Holyoke Community College (Massachusetts)
  • Jackie Gear, Alumni Relations Manager, Bucks County Community College (Pennsylvania)
  • Ann Hatch, District Director, Media Relations, Dallas County Community College District (Texas)
  • Tom Kilian, Executive Director of Resource Development, Ivy Tech Community College (Indiana)
  • Stacey Lockhart, Executive Director, Foundation, Wenatchee Valley College (Washington)
  • Alice Maxwell, Director, Communications & Public Relations, Tallahassee Community College (Florida)
  • Kris McPeak, Director of Operations, Foundation, Pasadena City College (California)
  • Nancy Pryor, External Affairs Manager, Foundation for California Community Colleges (California)
  • John Valencia, Associate Vice Chancellor, Advancement and Communications, Foundation for Grossmont & Cuyamaca Colleges (California)
  • Jamille Walton, Alumni Relations Coordinator, College of Southern Nevada (Nevada)

The call for conference proposals will be open Jan. 25-Feb. 12.

This article is from the January 2016 issue of the Community College Advancement News.

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