Please join us at Clovis Community College Herndon Campus - Clovis, California for our May Monthly Luncheon with guest speaker Dr. Kim E. Armstrong the president of Clovis Community College.
*Guests and Non-Members Welcome*
Provided by our FCWCC Members
Cheryl Shultz- Rodan and Fields
Maria Mayes- Take 5
11:30am – 12:00pm: Check-in, Relationship Building, Lunch Served
12:00pm - 1:00pm: Program with Guest Speaker
MENU (Lunch optional):
Members: Lunch – $18.00
Members: No Lunch – $0.00
Non-Members: Lunch – $23.00
Non-Members: No Lunch – $5.00
(All payments must be paid online. If an error occurs when paying please clear your cookies and manually type in credit card information)
Menu: (Vegetarian option available upon request.)
Garden with Basil Ranch
Water and Tea
Please register online by Sunday, May 21st.
No-shows or cancellations made after that date will still be responsible for the lunch payment.
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Dr. Kim E. Armstrong was appointed to serve as the third president of Clovis Community College on January 3, 2023.
As President of Clovis Community College, Dr. Armstrong is responsible for leadership, budget oversight, and supervision of California’s 113th community college, serving over 13,000 students annually. She is leading the college in implementing the new educational master plan and strategic plan, expanding the Career Technical Education program, and overseeing the $70 million new facilities project.
Previously, Dr. Armstrong served as the Vice Chancellor for Student, Equity, and Community Affairs at Arkansas State University Three Rivers. She earned her B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. from Howard University in Physiological/Neuropsychology and has Strategic Leadership and Management Specialization certifications. She also has postdoctoral training in Electrophysiology and Developmental Neurobiology. Dr. Armstrong has published on topics of learning and memory and on the importance of the community college in preparing African American, Hispanic, and women for STEM careers. The Arkansas Community College Student Success Center and Achieving the Dream selected her to be one of only 50 nationally certified Student Success/Guided Pathways Coaches and one of only 8 selected to serve as an Arkansas Holistic Student Support Coach. Dr. Armstrong serves on the Arkansas Community Colleges Diversity, Equity, Inclusion (DEI) Taskforce. Her DEI initiatives received several state and regional recognitions. She serves on two Arkansas United Way Boards. In Illinois, she served as Co-Campaign Chair for the United Way where she led efforts to raise $8.4M. Under her leadership, both Black Hawk College and Arkansas State University Three Rivers were cited by regional accreditors for their student success, inclusion, and community engagement culture.
Dr. Armstrong is the elder daughter of Drs Prince and Willie Armstrong of Baker, LA. Her sister Dr. Jada Armstrong resides in Baton Rouge. And, she is the proud mother of two accomplished daughters. Jalea Jackson owns her own Film Production company - Atlanta, GA, and Troy Jackson is an executive for Humana – she lives in Baton Rouge.
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