Leadership Fellows Program

Established more than 30 years ago, NCCHC's mission includes preparation and support of Hispanic leaders in America's community colleges, to the ultimate benefit of our students. One of NCCHC's first ventures was to offer a leadership development program, with support from the Ford Foundation. We are proud that more than 20 of the 72 original Fellows are now or have been community college presidents, and many others have moved to positions of increased responsibility as upper-level administrators.

Our commitment is to deliver a high quality leadership development experience that provides Hispanics with an opportunity to continue their professional growth.

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Dr. Ted Martinez Jr., Executive Director
NCCHC Leadership Fellows Program
University of San Diego
School of Leadership & Education Sciences
5998 Alcala Park
San Diego, CA 92110
Email: ncchclfp@sandiego.edu
Phone: 619.260.7708
Fax: 619.849.8175

 

2017 Leadership Fellows Program

 

2016 Leadership Fellows Program

 

2015 Leadership Fellows Program

 

2014 Leadership Fellows Program



2017 NCCHC Fellows Class



Fellows during a session at the June 2017 Seminar
in San Diego, CA

National Advisory Board

Dr. Cecilia Cervantes
President Emeritus
Hennepin Technical College
Brooklyn Park, Minnesota

Dr. Julianna Barnes
President
Cuyamaca College, GCCCD
El Cajon, CA

Dr. Maria Harper Marinick
Chancellor
Maricopa CCCD
Phoenix, Arizona

Dr. Antonio Perez
President
Borough of Manhattan CC
New York, New York

Dr. Maria Vallejo
Provost, Lake Worth Campus
Palm Beach State College
Lake Worth, Florida

Dr. Felix Zamora
President, Emeritus
Mountain View College, DCCCD
Dallas, Texas

Dr. Ted Martinez, Jr.
Executive Director
NCCHC Leadership Fellows Program
University of San Diego
San Diego, California

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National Community College Hispanic Council

"The nation's premier organization for preparation and support of Hispanic leaders in America's community colleges."