Campaign 2018 Member Engagement Perspectives

Voting, Relationships Key to Student and Faculty Success 

Long Beach City College Faculty Association seeks trustees to improve college education experience

“Make your vote count and your voice heard.”

That long-held belief by the Long Beach City College Faculty Association translates into power at the ballot box and support after elections. LBCCFA is involved in elections at all levels, but the local ones are most important, says President Janét Hund.

“We work collaboratively and assertively with our trustees for the betterment of our students, our faculty and our community. The last election was a positive experience for members as they helped to elect another faculty-friendly trustee. We now have a board majority,” she said.

Hund encourages everyone who believes in public education to do their homework and to vote in the November election.

Pictured above are LBCCFA officers with recently elected trustees: George Urch, Trustee Vivian Malauulu, Ryan Carroll, Trusee Uduak Joe Ntuk, Damon Skinner, Trustee Sunny Zia, Janét Hund, Kirsten Moreno

 

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