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Fresno County, CA November 3, 1998 General

Governing Board Member; State Center Community College District; Trustee Area 1

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Ron Manfredi 75264 votes 59.7%

  • Occupation: Incumbent 1985 to present
  • Played an integral role in District obtaining 114 acres of donated property for new Madera campus
  • Aggressively promoted the extension of classes and programs to rural and mountain areas
  • City Manager, City of Kerman - 1993 to present
  • Past President of Central San Joaquin Valley Risk Management Authority
  • Ron's pursuit of higher education began as a Community College student
  • AA-Reedley College, BA-UC,Berkeley, MA-CSU San Francisco
Priscilla R. "Pris" Pike 50743 votes 40.2%
  • Occupation: court reporter/higher educational proponent
  • Chr. Community College Committee; former Chr. State Center Community College Advisory Committee;
  • Founder/President El Capitan Educational Foundation;
  • Member of Rotary, Intl; Jr. Livestock Association Board;
  • Owned a Court Reporting Agency for 15 years;
  • Have taught in my profession; and attended UCSB, SF State, and community colleges in the state.
  • Spearheaded the passage of SB1607, to enlarge community college center curricula.
  • Promote honesty and integrity in all aspects of community college development into the 21st Century.
  • Focus students on school-to-career education as the key to success.
  • Develop critical-thinking skills for the students' use in applying their education to the real-world work experiences.

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