Good morning, Bakersfield.
It is Saturday, May 11, 2019… A great day to be a Renegade.
Closing Day 2019
The last day of the 2018-19 academic year began with Closing Day, where all of BC’s faculty and staff take the opportunity to recognize each other’s accomplishments.
BCSGA President Ashley Harp started with an overview of everything that student government has done to support our students this semester, including bringing four Distinguished Speakers to campus and putting the transportation fee proposition on this year’s BCSGA ballot. She also encouraged faculty to continue nominating students for BCSGA.
After Ashley’s speech, I was honored to present this year’s President’s Leadership Awards, honoring 9 groups of people on campus for their outstanding accomplishments.
I started with recognizing the BC Assessment Team for all of their work with reconfiguring what placement at BC looks like in the wake of AB 705. Our Completion Coaching Team for the Business Pathway won a leadership award for all they do to support business students, which includes organizing the Business Pathway and Career Expo this spring. I also recognized graphic designers Eric Carrillo and Dylan Wang from our Marketing and Public Relations Department for maintaining the integrity of the Renegade brand while making beautiful graphs and charts for all of our public presentations.
Our accessibility team deserved a special shout out this year for all they’ve done to ensure that our disabled students are able to receive the highest possible quality of education, and the Dual Enrollment Team underwent a tremendous amount of work to launch Early College programs in Wasco, McFarland and Arvin. The exponential growth of enrollment over the last six years has put a tremendous strain on our Admissions and Records Team, and I also recognized them for everything they do to onboard our students.
Paul Beckworth and Armando Trujillo were recognized for making the transition to civilian life easier for our veteran students, and retiring Vice President of Instruction Liz Rozell earned a President’s Leadership Award for her decades of service to BC.
Finally, Helen Acosta won a Leadership Award for her work as the Department Chair of Communications, as well as her support of our LGBTQ+ students.
Along with the Leadership Awards, representatives from across the campus spoke to put a ribbon on the 2018-19 academic year. Vice President of CSEA Bernadette Martinez took the stage to give an overview of classified staff negotiations for this year and to encourage participation in CSEA negotiations starting next fall. Departing CCA President Tom Greenwood reminded faculty that increased participations in union negotiations with the district gives strength in numbers toward advocacy for faculty issues.
Stephen Holmes provided a brief update about the Academic Senate and announced the faculty members who are retiring this summer. Holmes gave retiring Agriculture professor Bill Kelly a wrought-iron bench as a parting gift, and Liz Rozell received a red stop sign to help her park. Liz also announced the BC faculty who received tenure in 2018-19.
Levan Center Director Reggie Williams announced the recipients of the Levan Summer Grants, which include Chris Doyen from the English Department, Sarah Baron from Public Health Sciences, mythology professor Rae Ann Kumelos, and adjunct instructor of Communication Brenda Valadez. He also thanked myself, Norman Levan, Jack Hernandez, Miriam Valenzuela and Teresa Tovar for making the Levan Center a welcoming place to host 35 to 50 events attended by thousands of people throughout the 2018-19 academic year.
Becky Head announced that Helen Acosta and Regina Hukill were the winners of this year’s Shirley Trembley Teaching Award, and John Gerhold announced Kimberly Nickell as the winner of the Margaret Levinson Faculty Leadership Award.
Susan Pinza closed out the event by recognizing Bernadette Towns as the recipient of the Levan Faculty Colloquium. Faculty and staff are invited to watch Towns give a presentation about child development in the Levan Center on October 19. Pinza is stepping down as the chair of the Levan Faculty Colloquium group, and Erin Miller will be taking over for next year.
I’d like to thank everyone for attending and participating in this year’s Closing Day, as well as our Closing Day team for organizing the event.
Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Chicano/Latino Pre-Commencement Celebration
This past Friday on May 3, Bakersfield College celebrated the 25th Anniversary of the Chicano/Latino Pre-Commencement Celebration on campus. Since the inception of the event in 1994, this pre-commencement event has celebrated the academic accomplishments of hundreds of students for the past two decades and has welcomed their families, friends, and their community to the campus.
Jael Rivera, as seen in the picture below, is leader of the danza, drummer, flute player, and current BC student.
Graduates and faculty shared a meal together and lined up to make a grand entrance into the Outdoor Theatre.
Vibrant colors and decorative props surrounding the Outdoor Theatre provided a Latino friendly atmosphere, while DJ Escandalosa played upbeat music to get the audience engaged.
Each graduate received a colorful serape stole, commemorative medallion, and a Chicano/Latino Pre-Commencement Celebration one-of-a-kind shirt.
Student leaders from LUPE/Conexiones graciously provided a warm welcome to the audience and assisted in reading the graduates names as they were called up to center stage to receive their serape and deliver their acknowledgements.
At the end of the 25th Anniversary, the planning committee honored the man that started it all in 1994, Dean Cornelio “Corny” Rodriguez. Dean Rodriguez was recognized as an individual who has always advocated for equal access and equality for ALL BC students and was presented with a plaque of appreciation for his contributions to the BC campus and the Chicano/Latino community at large.
Check out some more CLCC fun photos on SmugMug!
Thank you to all the BC departments who contributed to this amazing event. Special thanks to: Bakersfield College Foundation, Office of VP Student Affairs, Student Life/SGA, Maintenance & Operations, Communications and Community Relations, Department of Public Safety, Food Services, Graphics Center, Scheduling & Events, Loma Linda Restaurant, Rubio’s Coastal Grill, Jasmin’s Bakery, Banderas Burgers, and Kern Schools.
Thank you to BC staff from the various departments: EOPS/CARE, CalSOAP, Adult Ed/Job Spot, Delano Campus/Rural Initiatives, Counseling Department, Academic Support Services, Foster Youth Kindship, Foreign Languages, and CTE.
Last but not least, MUCHAS GRACIAS to the student leaders of LUPE/Conexiones who spent countless hours decorating the Outdoor Theatre and volunteered throughout the entire event.
On Tuesday, the BC Archives and Foundation got together to honor the retiring members of the Renegade family at its annual reception in the Levan Center.
We have 19 members of our faculty and staff retiring at the end of the 2018-19 academic year, and they’ve served our students for a combined 474 years. Their tireless efforts are what makes this institution a beautiful place for people in our community to begin their journey in higher education, and we will miss them dearly.
Among our administration, Liz Rozell over 29 years has been a professor, dean, and interim Vice President of Instruction, and was an instrumental part of establishing our Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Automation. Sue Vaughn has been at BC for 22 years, and her work with the Child Development Center makes education a possibility for thousands of Central Valley parents. Shoreh Rahman served our International Students as a counselor for 33 years, and Fred Smith has been working with our Renegade student athletes for 34 years.
Our Agriculture Department is losing two of its most distinguished staff members this year in William Kelly and Sally Sterns. Kelly’s abundant patience and kindness has developed the next generation of agriculture professionals in Kern County for more than 37 years, and Sterns started the first Gardenfest at BC, which has become the premier spring gardening event. She retires as a horticulture lab technician after 13 years of service.
Other notable retires include biology professor Janet Fulks, whose research has been crucial for the success of Guided Pathways at BC, and Richard Darke, a physics professor of 29 years who won this year’s Trembley Teaching Award.
A full list of retirees is below:
- Steven Barrett – Grounds Equipment Mechanic, Maintenance and Operations – 8 years, 9 months, 22 days
- Richard Darke – Professor, Physics/Engineering – 29 years, 8 months
- Michael Einhaus – Professor, Philosophy – 20 years, 10 months
- Janet Fulks – Professor, Biology – 24 years, 8 months
- Patrick Fulks – Professor, Biology – 27 years, 7 months
- George Gentry – Associate Teacher, CDC – 7 years, 6 months and 10 days
- Patrick Harrison – Athletic Complex Manager, Maintenance and Operations – 20 years, 10 months, 29 days
- Regina Hukill – Professor, Mathematics – 17 years, 11 months
- William Kelly – Professor, Agriculture – 37 years, 3 months
- Penny Loos – Food Service Assistant III – 26 years, 9 months, 14 days
- Rebecca Mooney – Professor, English – 29 years, 8 months
- Sung Soo Park – Professor, Engineering – 28 years, 4 months
- Shoreh Rahman – Counselor, International Student Affairs – 33 years, 6 months
- Theresa Rodriguez – Department Assistant III, Food Service – 26 years, 3 months, 20 days
- Liz Rozell – Interim Vice President, Instruction – 29 years, 4 months
- Bernard Scanlon – Professor, Mathematics – 24 years, 8 months
- Dean Serabian – System Support Specialist II, Information Technology – 21 years, 21 days
- Fred Smith – Athletic Trainer/Program Director – 34 years, 5 months, 12 days
- Sally Sterns – Horticulture Lab Tech, Agriculture – 13 years, 8 months and 12 days
- Sue Vaughn – Interim Program Director, CDC and FKCE – 22 years, 4 months
Dream Revolution Concert
On Thursday, May 2, hundreds of students and community members gathered at the Bakersfield College outdoor theater to celebrate the “Dream Revolution” at Bakersfield College. Sponsored by the Catalyst Fund Immigrant Rising grant at Bakersfield College and South Kern Sol, this event brought Las Cafeteras to campus. Described by National Public Radio as “blending Mexican and American” cultural elements in their music, Las Cafeteras joined local band Velorio in providing a wonderful end-of-semester cultural and musical celebration on our campus.
The event featured art booths before the concert, showcasing the work of our very own faculty Diego Gutierrez Monterrubio and his students. Registered guests were able to enjoy a wonderful meal plate from our campus food services, including Mexican street tacos, rice, and beans. Among attendees were a number of students from Arvin High School’s dual enrollment program. Thank you Abel Guzman and Endee Grijalva for coordinating this opportunity for our South Kern students.
Special thanks to South Kern Sol executive director Reyna Olaguez for helping coordinate this event, as well as the student speakers.
Norma Gaspar from our local Telemundo station also served as emcee for the evening, introducing the speakers, bands, and reminding the community of the importance of the event in both English and Spanish. Gaspar was also one of the first to hit the dance floor as the music of Velorio and Las Cafeteras gave everyone a chance to dance and celebrate together as a community. Everyone was especially pleased that Dolores Huerta made an impromptu appearance on the dance floor. At 89 years old, she is a community blessing and so impressive in her strength and determination to keep fighting for social justice.
KCCD 2019 Leadership Academy
Last month on April 5, I attended the graduation ceremony for the 2019 KCCD Leadership Academy, where I had the pleasure of hearing the four group presentations for projects that had been worked on all year. The KCCD Leadership Academy is a year-long program that began in September and concluded in early April. This year, there were 21 participants from each college and the district office, which included faculty, classified professionals, managers, and administrators. Presentations were made by four groups to a panel consisting of Chancellor Tom Burke, Cerro Coso Community College President Jill Board, Porterville College President Bill Henry, Chief Financial Officer Debbie Martin, and Vice Chancellor of Human Resources Tonya Davis.
The graduation awards at the graduation ceremony were presented by Chancellor Tom Burke, President Jill Board, President Bill Henry, Vice Chancellor John Means, and myself.
If interested, applications for the 2019-20 KCCD Leadership Academy are now being accepted. Applicants can contact John Means at email@example.com.
Here is the full list of the 2018-19 KCCD Leadership Academy Participants:
Bakersfield College (4)
Debra M. Anderson – Outreach & School Relations, Main Campus
Jacqueline Lau – Admissions and Records Technician 2
Araceli Navarro-Gomez – Foster and Kinship Care Education Program-Program Manager
Paula L. Parks, Ph.D. – English professor/Umoja Community lead
Cerro Coso Community College (7)
Kathryn A. Bachman – Director, Outreach Services
Chad Houck – Dean of Instruction – Cerro Coso Community College
Jessica R. Kawelmacher – Admissions & Records Technician II
Jessica Krall – Program Manager, Child Development centers
John McHenry – Athletic Director
Caroline Sanderson – Campus Manager, Eastern Sierra College Center
Julianne (Juli) Maikai – Alternative Media Specialist-High Tech Center
Porterville College (3)
Dustin Acres – Mathematics Professor
Levern Butler – System Support Specialist I
Anne VanDerHorst – College HR Manager, Porterville College Human Resources
District Office (6)
Mary Barnes – Administrative Assistant, Human Resources
Rafaela Cisneros – Accounting Coordinator, Facilities
Jennifer R. Dunn – Enterprise Resource Planning Analyst I, Information Technology
Genevieve Horton – Administrative Assistant, Economic and Workforce Development
Enrique Heredia – Accounting Coordinator, Business Services
Nicholas Hernandez – Construction Project Manager, Facilities
Jazz Combos and Commercial Music Concert
The Jazz Combos and Commercial Music Ensemble presented a combined concert on Monday night in the Indoor Theater, closing out a busy inaugural year for the new Jazz Studies program led by Professor Kris Tiner. Jazz Combo B opened the show with music by students Abigail Wilson and Kal Nolan, as well as a funky take on Freddie Hubbard’s “Mr. Clean” (check out the Facebook video below).
The Commercial Music Ensemble directed by Professor Kyle Burnham performed next, with original songs by students Muhammad Ashter, Quentin Singleton, Gabriel Delgado, and Marcos Hernandez Delgado, alongside covers by Bill Withers, Stone Temple Pilots, and Arctic Monkeys. Jazz Combo A closed the show with an all-original set featuring music by students Izzy Foster and Zach Taylor. Proceeds from the concert will benefit the third annual Panorama Creative Music Summit coming up on September 16-19.
Check out Jazz Combo B’s performance on Facebook!
Concurrent Enrollment Registration Event
Last Thursday, our Welcome Center hosted a Concurrent Enrollment Registration event for our local high school and home school students. Students from grades 9 through 11 came in to get assistance with their registration steps. Each student was able to register for Summer 2019 and/or Fall 2019 courses, which they will take at one of our BC campuses or online.
A large portion of the attendees were from Inspire Charter Schools, an organization that serves many home school students in Kern County. To aid with course selection and form approval, counselors from Inspire Charter Schools attended the event and met with their students prior to them registering for classes. As our high school and home school students continue to seek opportunities to get an early start on their college education, we are excited to plan more events such as this one to serve the needs of this growing population.
ROC Partner Appreciation
In recognition of the commitment Bakersfield College has made to Kern High School District’s Regional Occupational Center (ROC), faculty members Justin Flint, Manny Fernandez, LeAnn Riley, Matt Riley, Suzanne Tangeman and Career Education Director Tony Cordova attended the ROC Partner Appreciation Dinner. We learned about the new programs that are getting built at the ROC and Career Technical Educational Center (CTEC), as well as some great student success stories about students completing their programs at ROC and continuing their education at BC.
I’d like to give a big thank you to ROC Principal Brian Miller for his hard work and collaboration with Bakersfield College.
BC SouthWest Video
BC SouthWest had an amazing year! More than 150 sections were offered and hundreds of students were served. Here are some images captured throughout the year by Program Manager Fernando Lara. They highlight BC getting “keys” to the River Run building and the work done by faculty and staff from both BC and the District Office.
After three years of co-locating with Fresno Pacific University, BC SouthWest took over the lease on April 1, 2019. The key in the video marked “BCM 1” is the first official key made for the site.
Additional images show Chelsi Womack, Department Assistant III. Chelsi was hired in late April. Her hiring signifies the growth we are experiencing at BC SouthWest. Also captured are Officer Mark Sifuentes, Professor Janet Tarjan, Professor Silvet Holcomb, and student-employee Jasmen Taylor.
Another highlight of this past year is when BC SouthWest students Elizabeth Jacobs, Aliyah Gonzalez, and Noah Hinson addressed the KCCD Board of Trustees at the December 2018 meeting. They each spoke about the benefit of having a BC center near them. There is an image in the video of the future site of the BC SouthWest Center (located at 9400 Camino Media). The future is looking bright for all BC students!
Industrial Automation Corporate Tours
Industrial Automation students, faculty and BC staff had the pleasure of touring four distribution centers and processing facilities recently. We toured the Target Distribution Center, Ross Distribution Center, Bolthouse Farms, and the Wonderful Company. The scale and innovation these companies incorporated into each facility to serve their global customer base was amazing! We were very pleased that these companies took the time to make our experience quite memorable.
ASL-English Interpreter Training Program
The first cohort of students in the Bakersfield College ASL-English Interpreter Training Program have completed their course of study. Each student took a turn to share his or her experiences and received a certificate. As each student spoke, one of the classmates interpreted. Several of the students interpreted remarks by Tom Moran, Jaclyn Krause, and our VP of instruction, Liz Rozell. Our wonderful Stephanie and Jessica in Career and Technical Education put together a wonderful celebration, complete with hors d’oeuvres, a beautiful banner, table runners, and cool pens.
Early College Rural Initiatives
Forty bright-eyed and eager Early College Arvin students attended the Dream for Social Justice event Thursday, May 2 and had the opportunity to see the Panorama Campus, many for the first time. The desire of the Rural Initiatives/Early College Team is to add cultural enrichment opportunities to the Early College program, which is taking the work to the next level.
Honors Donor Appreciation Dinner
The Bakersfield College Foundation hosted the Honors Donor Appreciation Dinner on Friday, May 3 at Hodel’s with a crowd of nearly 200 in attendance. The annual dinner provides a chance for the Foundation to honor Scholarship Donors, while providing an opportunity for donors to have the chance to meet our wonderful students and hear firsthand how their support impacts the students’ success. There were more than 40 unique scholarship funds represented at the dinner by either donors or recipients. The group was treated to entertainment provided by the Bakersfield College Jazz Ensemble, led by Professor Kris Tiner.
The Foundation, in collaboration with Financial Aid, will award nearly half a million dollars in scholarships and awards for the 2019-20 academic year and it would not be possible without the continued support from our generous donors. If you are interested in establishing a scholarship fund, please contact Heather Pennella, Alumni and Donor Relations Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My weekend routine…….In the backyard with my laptop working. And look who is by my side…
BC received the Impact Award: In the midst of all the commencement chaos, I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention that BC was selected as a finalist for the 2019 Ellucian Impact Award, which recognizes the many ways educational institutions use technology to enhance the student experience.
Ellucian works with 2,500 colleges and universities on developing Banner and other software to meet their students’ needs.
“This year’s Ellucian Impact Award recipients are transforming both the student experience and institution-wide operations by leveraging modern cloud solutions,” Ellucian President and CEO Laura Ipsen said. “We are honored and humbled to partner with such powerful innovators who are using technology to transform the higher education experience around the world.”
It is these kinds of accolades that make me proud to be a Renegade. We are BC!
Emails Worth Sharing: Chelsea Esquibias
I received this wonderful email from Chelsea about her being awarded the “Faith, Inspiration, and Resilience: A Pathway to Higher Education” award. Congratulations, Chelsea! So proud of your work! And thank you for all your contributions to BC’s Inmate Ed Program
I’m forwarding the attachments to you as Bakersfield College was at the center of my speech.
I received the “Faith, Inspiration, and Resilience: A Pathway to Higher Education” award. I was awarded with Ms. Pamela Hayes, VP of Board of Governors and Dr. Yvette Gullatt, Vice Provost of University of California, Berkeley. I spent much of my presentation time discussing the Inmate Scholars Program and the innovative work being done at Bakersfield College.
It was the Silver Anniversary Gospel Celebration and the students of Los Medanos College shared their beautiful musical talent. Dr. Henderson nominated me and he has held state academic positions.
Thank you for the opportunity to serve students on campus and working with the Guided Pathways team has been fantastic.
Baseball Post-Season Awards Announced
The Renegade Baseball team wrapped up the 2019 regular season with a 26-14 overall record and 15-5 in conference and as back-to-back Western State Conference North Champions. As the regular season has concluded, the team has racked up a number of post-season conference awards:
- 2019 Western State Conference South Coach of the Year – Tim Painton
- Coach Painton finishes his 24th regular season with back-to-back conference titles and a 26-14 overall record.
- 2019 Western State Conference South Pitcher of the Year – Alejandro Murillo (Fr, Stockdale HS)
- Murillo pitched a total of 80 innings in 14 games for the Renegades this season with a record on the mound of 10-1. He finished the regular season with 68 strikeout and an ERA of 2.46.
- 2019 1st Team All-Western State Conference South
- Hector Ruvalcaba, Inf. (So., Western HS), Ashanti Ross, OF (So., Western HS), Kamron Willman, Inf. (So., Ridgeview HS), Nate Ortiz, Starting Pitcher (So., Centennial HS) and Alejandro Murillo, Starting Pitcher (Fr., Stockdale HS)
- 2019 2nd Team All-Western State Conference South
- Gabe Ulloa, Reilelf Pitcher (Fr., Delano HS), Hunter Adams, Inf. (Fr., Independence HS), Lane Cowan, Starting Pitcher (So., Centennial HS), Sage Voda, OF (So., Tehachipi Christian Academy) and Trey Harmon, DH (So., Foothill HS)
- 2019 Western State Conference South Honorable Mention
- Matt Patton, Utility (Fr., Liberty HS), Ryan Dickerson, C (So., Bakersfield Christian HS) and Zach Williams, 1B (So., Liberty HS)
Softball Post-Season Awards Announced
The Renegade Softball Team wrapped up the 2019 regular season with a 24-16 overall record and 16-0 in conference and as back-to-back Western State Conference North Champions.
As the regular season has concluded, the team has racked up a number of post-season conference and state awards:
- 2019 Western State Conference North Coach of the Year – Casey Goodman
- Coach Goodman completes her second season leading the Renegade softball program as a two-time conference coach of the year award winner. In her two years the team has won back-to-back conference championships and made post-season appearances in the CCCAA playoffs.
- 2019 Western State Conference North Pitcher of the Year and CCCAA All-State Selection – Kylee Fahy (Liberty HS)
- This is the second year in a row Fahy has received the conference pitcher of the year award. At the conclusion of the 2019 season, Kylee pitched 225 innings resulting in a state leading (for the second year in a row) 275 strikeouts and an ERA of 1.49. She also collected two no-hitters this season (2/21 vs. SBCC & 3/26 vs. SBCC).
- 2019 Western State Conference North Player of the Year and CCCAA All-State Selection – Natilee Parrish (Arroyo Grande HS)
- Natilee appeared in all 40 games for Coach Goodman this season collecting 12 home runs (5th in the state), 35 RBI’s and 36 runs scored.
- 2019 1st Team Western State Conference North
- Alex Venegas (Liberty HS), Alexis Lopez (East Bakersfield HS), Alantis Rede (Centennial HS) and Savannah Gonzalez (Delano HS)
- 2019 Western State Conference North Honorable Mention
- Ashley Hernandez (Centennial HS), Aviana Campos (Highland HS) and Lysette Castro (Mira Monte HS)
Men’s and Women’s Swimming Post-Season Awards
The Renegade Men’s and Women’s Swimming team wrapped up the 2019 regular season with both teams placing 3rd at the WSC Conference Championships. At the CCCAA State Championship, the women placed 13th and the men 17th. As the regular season has concluded, both teams have racked up a number of post-season conference awards, listed below.
- 2019 Western State Conference 1st-Team:
- Tanner Lopes – 100 Breaststroke
- 2019 Western State Conference 2nd-Team:
- Benjamin Hunter: 100 Backstroke/200 Backstroke
- Tanner Lopes: 200 Breaststroke
- Andrew Martinez: 400 IM/200 Fly
- Bronson Pearce: 100 Free/200 Free
- Esteban Robles: 50 Free/100 Free/100 Fly
- Kenneth Rodriguez: 100 Backstroke/200 Backstroke
- JR Santamaria: 100 Breaststroke
- 2019 Western State Conference 1st-Team:
- Daran Towns: 100m/200m/500m Free
- Bailey Pike: 500m/1650m Free
- 800 Free Relay: Bailey Pike/Daran Towns/Blaire Williams/ Alexis Gallardo
- 2019 Western State Conference 2nd-Team:
- 200 Medley Relay: Alexis Gallardo/Blaire Williams/Ingrid Villanueva/Daran Towns
- Alexis Gallardo: 100 Backstroke/200 Backstroke
- Bailey Pike: 200 Breaststroke
- Ingrid Villanueva: 100 Fly/200 Fly
- Blaire Williams: 100 Breaststroke/200 Breaststroke
- Nina Wilson: 1650 Free
Roundup of Athletics Events this week
We had many Renegade athletic teams wrap up their seasons this last week. Highlights from the week include (click for the story on GoGades.com):
- Men’s Golf Finishes Season at CCCAA SoCal Regionals
- Women’s Swim Places 13th at CCCAA State Championships
- Men’s Swim Places 17th at CCCAA State Championships
- Softball Falls to Riverside in CCCAA Southern Regional
- Baseball Drops Game Two and Series to Cypress in CCCAA Southern Regional
- Beach Volleyball Finishes Season at CCCAA Southern Regional
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Congratulations on all our accomplishments this year! We are all BC proud!
[…] And the recognition of their hard work isn’t just on the BC campus. KCCD recently highlighted Debra Anderson of BC’s Outreach and School Relations with the KCCD Leadership Award. Congratulations to Debbie! If you missed it, you can check it out on my blog from May 12th titled “Celebrating 2018-2019.” […]