- Promoted budget savings throughout the Printing
department including the monitoring of paper quantities and
color mandated as cost-saving procedures.
Increased Grossmont College Foundation
restricted/unrestricted assets from $369,647 in 2001-02, to
$394,917 in 2002-03, a 10% increase.
Received more than $396,000 in donations and grants to
support the expansion of the Associate Degree nursing
Received a $274,000 grant for Nursing Education from the
U.S. Department of Health Resources and Services
Administration (HRSA), renewable for an additional two
Received $169,000 to operate the Regional Health
Occupations Resource Center for San Diego and Imperial
Received funding from the San Diego Workforce Partnership,
Inc. to offer a database specialist program ($267,000),
which totaled $655,000 over 2 years.
Received funding from the Grossmont Union High School
District to provide support services at the East County
Career Center ($132,000)
Received funding from the State of California/Employment
Development Department to continue the OPT program
($384,000) which totaled $727,000 over two years.
Raised $32,000 in private donations to support the Office
Professional Training Program.
Provided ROP funds to support DSPS, Career Center, and EOPS to purchase
equipment to better meet the needs of Grossmont College students.
Worked with Student Affairs Office and Information Systems
to implement the Student Representation Fee established by
Received a donation of consumable supplies from Depuy/Johnson
& Johnson valued at approximately $25,000 to support
Orthopedic Technology students.
Received funding through the California GEARUP program to
provide eleven $2,000 scholarships to Cajon Valley Middle
Obtained donations of two gas chromatographs, valuable
instruments that were incorporated into the organic
Created extensive budgetary information, reports, budget
models for analyzing campus budget and improved budget
Used Prop R local bond monies for plant maintenance,
set-asides for new student records system, and paid off a
lease revenue bond with annual payments in excess of
Established a budget crisis webpage in which campus
employees could ask questions or raise concerns related to
Prepared budget analysis and specific budget reports
through the College Savings Task Force in order to improve
budget communication across the campus.
Established a Resource Development Initiative to focus
efforts to identify and develop external resources.
Received a donation from IHC Cardiovascular Resources of a
Mansfield Series 2001 Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump valued at
$25,000 to support the CVT program.