Valdez Bravo recently became the newly elected Board Director for Zone Five of Portland Community College, finishing with 49.8 percent of the vote. Zone Five covers SW Portland and Beaverton. He ran as a “Lifelong Public Servant with PCC Roots” and had support from many progressives across the
The Agenda for the May 19 meeting of the PCC Board of Directors has the language that relates to having a student representative (the President of the District Student Council) attend all board meetings as a member. Acting President Sylvia Kelley, Vice President for Finance Jim Langstraat, and
The February meeting of the PCC Board of Directors will be held at 8:30 am on Thursday Feb 18, at the Climb Center, 1626 SE Water, Portland. Agenda Items include approving $243,705 for the designing the remodeling of the SY cafeteria. The contracts will be awarded to GBD
Three contract extensions, for a total of $4,726,000 will be voted on by the PCC Board of Directors at their next meeting, Thursday evening. All of the contracts have to do with the Network Redesign Project (NRP) which aims to upgrade the college’s computer network, and provide security
A bit of history was made on July 16, when faculty member Michael Sonnleitner, long-time teacher in the Political Science Department was sworn in by Interim President Sylvia Kelley to the PCC Board of Directors. He was elected in May to represent Zone 3, and is the first college
by Aubry Ledbetter Gabbard At this morning’s meeting at Sylvania campus, PCC Board of Directors named Acting President Sylvia Kelley as PCC’s Interim President. The agenda allotted time at 9:45 am for Board Chair Deanna Palm to give an update on the Interim president. There was a five minute period
UPDATE: The Board has appointed the Interim President. The PCC Board of Directors has released its agenda for the meeting being held tomorrow, Thursday July 16. It appears that the Board has selected an Interim President to replace Jeremy Brown, and will be hiring that person at this meeting.
Good Morning Everyone, Yesterday at Rock Creek Campus I witnessed the germination of an idea that I would like to call The Presidential Initiative; a grass roots coalescence focused on a reimagining of the position of President at Portland Community College. If Dr. Jeremy Brown left PCC with
PCC set now set up a full slate of meetings for students and staff to get together with the College Administration to talk about the dismissal of Jeremy Brown as College President, and what will happen next. Acting President Sylvia Kelley and at least some members of the
Sylvia Kelly, Executive Vice President and acting President of PCC, has set up a “college conversation” that she and board chair Deanna Palm will be having about our presidential transition. The Sylvania campus event will take place Tuesday, June 2 from 2-3 p.m. in conference room B of the College Center.