We are proud to introduce our new Co-Chairs for the CCCStatewide Procurement group, Angelic Davis from Mt. San Antonio College and Marie Hampton from Chabot-Las Positas Community College District. They will join Co-Chairs, Kim Simonds from MiraCosta College, Teri Turner from Sierra College, and Heather Cade from Lake Tahoe Community College as they work closely with their peers throughout the state and the CollegeBuys team to advance professional development opportunities and resources for the CCC procurement community. Their willingness to serve in these leadership roles is greatly appreciated.
Angelic brings over 20 years of experience in procurement to this leadership role. She currently serves as Director of Purchasing, Printing, and Mail Services at Mt. San Antonio College. Previously, Angelic worked in procurement for diverse agencies, including the City of San Bernardino Municipal Water Department and the City of Moreno Valley. She holds a Master’s of Public Administration, is a Certified Public Procurement Officer (CPPO), and has also obtained NIGP-CPP certification. Her extensive experience and knowledge in negotiation, budgeting, customer service, and public purchasing will be a great asset to the group.
Marie has spent more than 20 years in public procurement. She currently serves as Manager of Purchasing/Contracts and Warehouse Services at Chabot-Las Positas Community College District. Previously, she has held procurement roles at the Navy Department, Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART), city and local governments, and Northern California Community Colleges. In addition to her work as a procurement professional, Marie is also a Certified Life Coach. Her experience as a life coach and procurement professional has enhanced Marie’s communication skills; and enabled her to build effective relationships with colleagues, end users, and senior management. She will bring a valuable skill set to the statewide procurement group.
We would like to extend our warmest welcome and appreciation to Angelic and Marie for accepting these positions, and their commitment to advancing the goals of the California Community Colleges.