Citizens' Oversight Committee

COCMembers
(L) to (R): Robert Manning, Kevin Walthers, Ph.D., Superintendent/President, Kenneth Wolf (Vice Chair), Bill Thompson, Hugh Rafferty, David Richardson, Lisa Nissinen-Harlow (Chair). Not Pictured: Michael Huggins, Aloysia Shea

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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 student representative position. 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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