Katie Roberts, Chaffey College board incumbent

In 1960 I left the safety of high school and followed my friends to community college–the first in my family to do so.  It was crowded.  Classes and parking were at a premium.  I had to borrow to make the tuition but I stuck to it. 
 
A kind professor suggested that I change my major to criminal justice and that is when my life truly changed. I spent 43 years in law enforcement promoting from dispatcher to Captain and obtaining a Masters degree. 
 
I now have a daughter in graduate school who faces the same challenges.  My interest in being on the Chaffey Board is to help other students achieve that life changing experience. like I did.
 
When I’m not at Chaffey, I sit on the boards of: Rotary, Travelers Aid, West End Family Counseling, LEO, The Price Foundation, and The Police Museum    I believe my community background, my experience on the Chaffey Foundation Board and the eight years on the governing board make me a good candidate.  What I have to offer is a strong knowledge of Human Resources, safety issues and the law.  I’m most proud of participating in the addition of Criminal Justice, Corrections and Fire Science Degrees along with classes on School Safety.
 
Chaffey is a well run institution with extraordinary faculty and staff.  The current board works well together and has many challenges ahead: doing more with less; finding room for 22,000 students (and their cars), serving the student community and the community surrounding Chaffey.
 
My commitment is to provide quality service while keeping costs minimal.  We need to continue being vigilant in expenditures from the Bond fund and find new ways to partner with the community.  The Chaffey Board needs to continue working as a team to assure that every dream is fulfilled.
 
Katie Roberts
Upland

19 thoughts on “Katie Roberts, Chaffey College board incumbent

  1. Hi,
    I would like to know more about your political positions before voting for you. Putting our college students in your hands is a huge responsibility. Colleges are failing to produce graduates with traditional core values. In fact, sending our children off to college presents a threat to traditional family values. Higher learning is of course the focus of a college education, but unfortunately, colleges have become a bedrock for promoting the secular progressive agenda.
    If you would be so kind to express your views and visible positions in these areas.

    Thank you Kindly,
    Carole Cavanaugh, RN, NHA
    ( wife of Ret. LAPD Officer-32 yrs)

  2. Hi Katie,

    I am in total agreement with Carole’s comments and would also like to request your political positions before voting for you.

    Thank you,
    Debbie Oldar

  3. Carole asked an important quetion, one that I too would like an answer too before I vote. I would also like to get a handle on how much time you spend each month trying to accomplish your goals. Lastly, who are you accountable to should situations arise in which voters are unhappy with your decisions and actions?

    Thank you,
    Larry L. Fugate

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