Ann Foxworthy, Ph.D.
In 1992, Ann Foxworthy, Ph.D. became the first woman superintendent and president
of Allan Hancock College and served in that position until she retired in 2004.
During her tenure, Foxworthy oversaw many historical improvements to the college.
She was instrumental in introducing online instruction and registration to Allan Hancock
College, she oversaw the expansion of the college to include the Lompoc Valley Center
and the Solvang Center, and she helped restructure the AHC Foundation making it more
active in fundraising and scholarship awards.
Dr. Foxworthy was passionate about visual and performing arts and creating a special
place on campus to showcase art was a significant goal of hers.
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