Citizens' Oversight Committee

COCMembers
Seated (L) to (R): Aloysia Shea, Michael Huggins, Lisa Nissinen-Harlow
Standing (L) to (R): Robert Manning, David Richardson, Hugh Rafferty, Kenneth Wolf, Dr. Kevin Walthers, Superintendent/President

Not Pictured: Bill Thompson

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Committee Ethics Policy Statement

Committee Membership
The Allan Hancock College Measure I Citizens' Oversight Committee is a seven to eight member committee formed in October 2006 that provides oversight to ensure that Measure I bond revenues are expended only for the purposes authorized by law.  Committee members are chosen to represent a variety of community interests, as required by law. 

Current members are:

Michael Huggins, 2016-2017, student representative, an active member in a community college support group (Associated Student Body Government)

Robert Manning, 2015-2017, an active member of a support organization (Allan Hancock College Foundation)

Lisa Nissinen-Harlow, 2012-2016, community at-large representative (Chair)

Hugh Rafferty, 2015-2017, an active member of a taxpayers organization (Santa Barbara Taxpayers Association)

David Richardson, 2015-2017, an active member of a business organization (Coast Hills Credit Union)

Aloysia Shea, 2016-2017, student representative, an active member in a community college support group (Associated Student Body Government)

Bill Thompson, 2015-2017, an active member of a senior organization (Community Partners in Caring)

Kenneth Wolf, 2012-2016, community at-large representative (Vice Chair)

Opportunities to serve

We are currently accepting applications for one support organization representative position, one student representative position, and two community at-large representative positions. Applications can be submitted to the President's office. The application can be found here. If you have any questions, please contact Melinda Martinez at (805) 922-6966 ext. 3454. 

 

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