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ESP President Everett Glenn Joins Hundreds to Celebrate Governor’s Appointment

(Thursday, January 10, 2008. Santa Ana, California)



ESP President Everett Glenn, KNBC-TV LA Live Anchor Bev White, and Bobby McDonald connect at Bobby's swearing in to the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges

ESP President Everett Glenn joined “Today in LA” anchor Beverly White, Superior Court Judge Karen Robinson, the first black judge in Orange County, Dr. Eddie Hernandez, chairman of Santiago Community College District, Dr. Jerome Hunter, chairman of the North Orange County Community College District, and hundreds of business and community leaders to celebrate the appointment of good friend Bobby McDonald to the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges.



NBA, NFL, Major League Baseball and NASCAR photographer Jeff Lewis and ESP Everett Glenn "seal the deal" at Bobby's swearing in on their agreement to move forward together in the marketing of Jeff's catalog of sports photography

 

 


The Board of Governors sets policy for all of the colleges in the California Community Colleges system and administers a budget of over $8 billion. The California Community Colleges is the largest higher educational system in the nation comprised of 72 districts and 109 colleges with more than 2.5 million students per year. The California Community Colleges have approximately 80,000 employees including approximately 16, 000 full-time faculty and 7,000 administrators.



New Board of Governors member Bobby McDonald, ESP President Everett Glenn, and public relations specialist, Xavier Higgs react to the LA Watts Times headline of Bobby's appointment

Bobby is also President and Chief Executive Officer of the Orange County Black Chamber of Commerce. The mission of the Chamber is to advocate and promote Black business and economic development within the public and private sectors, resulting in a sound economic base that supports the survival and self-determination of the African-American community. Consistent with the mission of the Chamber are its goals to

(i) create access to capital; (ii) develop procurement opportunities; (iii) serve as a support vehicle for members by disseminating relevant information; and (iv)
support and contribute to the general welfare and progress of the Black community through economic development.

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Photos by Jeff Lewis Photography