Isaiah's selection reflects the respect his colleagues for him, and the promise they see in his leadership. Thank you, Isaiah, for your interest in CCLC's effort to grow new leaders of the community colleges for the 21st century.
Every year each campus and UHCC office select a representative to be part of CCLC. See below for more information about CCLC and KCC's previous Champions.
WHAT IS CCLC?
The CCLC was established in 2004, under the vision and sponsorship of Joyce Tsunoda and the Tsunoda Community College Leadership Development Fund.
The mission of the University of Hawai'i Community Colleges Leadership Champions (CCLC) is to identify, encourage, develop, and support the next generation of community college leadership.
WHAT ARE THE GOALS OF THE CCLC?
- Identify and encourage individuals to welcome roles of leadership
- Develop creative dynamic leadership committed to the core values of the UHCCs
- Support an atmosphere of leadership among faculty, staff, and administration
BENEFITS INCLUDE OPPORTUNITIES TO:
- Network with other professionals from our sister campuses
- Meet and learn from the various leaders within our UH System
- Develop leadership, organizational, communication, and team building skills
- Attend League of Innovation Conference
ELIGIBILITY KCC CHAMPIONS:
Any staff member who is permanent full-time, who has demonstrated leadership potential, who is committed to diversity, public stewardship, working for the greater good, and who desires to pursue personal and professional development in community college leadership:
PREVIOUS KCC CHAMPIONS : Glenn Alquiza, Bonnie Honma, Phyllis Vidinha, Sandy Magnussen, Candace Yim-Tabuchi, Calvin Shirai, Pua Palmeira, and Maureen Tabura
Chancellor Helen Cox