RCCA Conference September 25, 2014. Essential Elements for the Future of the San Joaquin Valley. Beginning with the End in Mind: A Case Study of One District’s Response to Unprecedented Challenges Facing the San Joaquin Valley. Dr. Frank Gornick, Chancellor – West Hills CCD
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September 25, 2014
Beginning with the End in Mind:
A Case Study of One District’s Response to
Unprecedented Challenges Facing the San Joaquin Valley
Dr. Frank Gornick, Chancellor – West Hills CCD
Dr. Stuart Van Horn, Vice Chancellor – West Hills CCD
Dr. Carole Goldsmith, President – West Hills College Coalinga
Mr. Don Warkentin, President – West Hills College Lemoore
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2014 Public/Private Policy Series
Essential Elements for the Future of the San Joaquin Valley
The purpose of “Essential Elements” is to connect state and San Joaquin Valley leaders to identify policy and action steps and concomitant economic development in the San Joaquin Valley.
The objective is to leave the host venue with a to-do list and responsible parties.
…a convergence of business, industry, education, policy makers, and stakeholders who share a passion for the Valley.
Keynoter CommentsEssential Elements is, at its core…
The Coalinga Accord
There needs to be integrated, linked actions
and alliances with greater coordination and
accelerated implementation. The series is
designed to stimulate those alliances.
Juan Carlos Oseguera
Facilitation Approach and Methodology
Conversation for Change