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April 18, 1997 | DARRELL SATZMAN
The Latin American Civic Assn. will honor William Segura, chancellor of the Los Angeles Community College District, in a public ceremony tonight. Segura, who grew up in East Los Angeles and previously served as the president of the multi-campus Austin, Texas, Community College, is the first Latino to be appointed chancellor of the Los Angeles district. He was unanimously selected by the district's board of trustees last May.
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April 18, 1997 | DARRELL SATZMAN
The Latin American Civic Assn. will honor William Segura, chancellor of the Los Angeles Community College District, in a public ceremony tonight. Segura, who grew up in East Los Angeles and previously served as the president of the multi-campus Austin, Texas, Community College, is the first Latino to be appointed chancellor of the Los Angeles district. He was unanimously selected by the district's board of trustees last May.
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July 25, 1996
The first Latino chancellor to head the Los Angeles Community College District will start work Aug. 19 at a salary about $40,000 a year more than his predecessor's--even after deleting a $15,000-a-year incentive plan from the deal. Trustees of the college district voted 7-0 Wednesday to approve a four-year contract with the new chancellor, William E. Segura, providing nearly $192,000 a year in total compensation, including a $140,000 base salary.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 25, 1996
The first Latino chancellor to head the Los Angeles Community College District will start work Aug. 19 at a salary about $40,000 a year more than his predecessor's--even after deleting a $15,000-a-year incentive plan from the deal. Trustees of the college district voted 7-0 Wednesday to approve a four-year contract with the new chancellor, William E. Segura, providing nearly $192,000 a year in total compensation, including a $140,000 base salary.
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February 18, 1995 | MIMI KO
Students and faculty at Fullerton College welcomed their first female president Friday with mariachi music, Mexican food, poetry and a special request to promote fairness and equality for all. Vera Martinez, who also is the college's first Latina to head the school, told professors, students and community leaders during her reception that she is committed to working with everyone to "demystify the so-called barriers that exist between cultures."
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February 18, 1995 | MIMI KO
Students and faculty at Fullerton College welcomed their first female president Friday with mariachi music, Mexican food, poetry and a special request to promote fairness and equality for all. Vera Martinez, who also is the college's first Latina to head the school, told professors, students and community leaders during her reception that she is committed to working with everyone to "demystify the so-called barriers that exist between cultures."
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