The Rancho Santiago Community College Trustees want to spend $57K to find their next Chancellor
(From left to right): Clerk Brian E. Conley, M.A.; John R. Hanna; Mark McLoughlin; Lisa Woolery, APR, M.A.; President R. David Chapel, Ed.D.; Phillip E. Yarbrough; Vice President Lawrence R. “Larry” Labrado and Student Trustee Gloria Holguin.
The Rancho Santiago Community College District’s Board of Trustees is selecting an executive search firm to assist in the recruitment and selection process of a new chancellor.
The outrageous part is that they are planning to spend over $57,000 to find a new chancellor and it seems that the district has forgotten their own budget crisis.
This is why several area activists are mobilizing and standing against such wasteful spending. Not only would the district be saving $57,000 by not seeking a hiring committee, but by having a interim chancellor it can potentially save the salary of the chancellor which is $315,000 a year.
A group of students plans to protest this waste of money on Nov. 16, which is this coming Monday, at 4:30 pm. They will meet at the RSCCD headquarters, located at 2323 N. Broadway, in Santa Ana. For more information contact Alex Flores at email@example.com or by calling 714-564-6208.
Click here to see the event flier.