California Community College trustees elect new leadership
Andrea Hoffman, a trustee for the Los Angeles Community College District, has been elected president of the California Community College Trustees, an advocacy group representing the local trustees across California’s 73 community college districts.
“I am honored to have been elected by my peers to serve as the President of CCCT,” Hoffman said in a statement. “I am following past presidents who have provided strong leadership for our organization and ensured that trustees were at the table on important issues.”
Hoffman was elected to the position at the organization’s annual conference held this past weekend in Monterey.
The trustees group advocates to the statewide community college system’s board of governors as well as to the state Legislature. It is an arm of the Community College League of California.