Wednesday , January 27 2021

People on the Move

Freer named chair of CSU CABO

Douglas Freer, chief financial officer at California State San Bernardino, has been named chair of the California State University Chief Administrators/Business Officers. That group reviews issues affecting the California state system and advises its chief financial officer and senior human resources officer. Freer, who joined Cal State San Bernardino in …

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Pearson receives leadership award

La Vonda M-Pearson, Apple Valley’s director of government services, recently received the Value Based Leadership with Heart Award from the City Clerks Association of California. M-Pearson helped write the town’s resolution denouncing racial injustice and inequality. Town council members approved it earlier this month. “This was an important moment for …

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Earp to receive Riverside Spirit Award

Zack Earp, a longtime advocate for veterans and their children within the Alvord Unified School District, is scheduled to receive Riverside’s City Spirit Award. A Marine Corp. veteran, Earp has spent five decades working on behalf of veterans and their families in the school district, where he worked for three …

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Graham joins CSUSB administration

Daria Graham has been named Cal State San Bernardino’s dean of students and associate vice president of student affairs. A longtime teacher and administrator at the University of Dayton in Ohio, Graham is scheduled to begin her new job on July 1, according to a statement on CSUB’s website. “I …

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Stewart steps down as Temecula mayor

James “Stew” Stewart has resigned as Temecula’s mayor. Stewart, who was elected to a four-year term in November 2016, stepped down earlier this month amid fallout from a racially insensitive email, according to multiple reports. “I understand that even my sincerest apologies cannot remedy this situation,” Stewart said in a …

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Brown promoted at MSJC

Jeremy Brown has been named vice president of instruction at Mt. San Jacinto College. Brown, who holds that position on an interim basis, is expected to be confirmed by the board of directors later this month, according to a statement on the school’s website. Brown began teaching at MSJC in 2007 …

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