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Leyva awards local nonprofit

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State Sen. Connie M. Levya, D-Chino, has recognized Project Sister Family Services in Pomona as the “Nonprofit of the Year” in her district for 2019. Project Sister helps survivors of sexual assault and abuse, and their families, in the Inland Empire, according to a statement. Founded in 1972,  the agency …

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CSUSB promotes from within

Rachel Beech has been promoted by California State University, San Bernardino to associate vice president for enrollment management. Currently the school’s assistant vice president of admissions, outreach and transition in the division of student affairs, Beech was selected following a national search, according to a statement on the school’s website. …

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Rialto has new city administrator

Rod Foster, a former city manager in Colton and Laguna Niguel, has been named Rialto’s city administrator. Foster, who has more than 35 years experience in professional management, was appointed by a unanimous vote of the city council and is scheduled to take over his new position June 17, according …

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Buckley named CSUSB’s top professor

Annie Buckley has been named Cal State San Bernardino’s Outstanding Professor for the 2018-’19 academic year, the university’s top faculty honor. Buckley developed and is the head of the university’s community-based art program, according to a university statement. She has raised more than $2 million in grants and contracts to …

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Omnitrans employee lauded for reorganization efforts

Jannet Villaseñor has been named Omnitrans’ employee of the quarter. An Omnitrans employee for eight months, Villaseñor was recognized for her outstanding work reorganizing the public transit agency’s West Valley parts warehouse, according to a statement. Villaseñor scrubbed and mopped floors herself, then oversaw a team of employees that labeled, …

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Bryant to head new Omnitrans division

Jeremiah Bryant has been promoted to director of strategic development at Omnitrans. A  12-year employee of the San Bernardino County transit agency, Bryant will oversee 15 employees in the newly-formed Strategic Development Department, according to a statement. Bryant started at Omnitrans in 2007 as marketing analyst and was promoted to …

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