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Misty May-Traenor to be Inducted in U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Hall of Fame

The United State Olympic & Paralympic Committee recently announced Long Beach City College’s Director of Volleyball Operations, Misty May-Treanor, will be honored and inducted in the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Hall of Fame class of 2019 on Friday, Nov. 1 at the U.S Olympic & Paralympic Training Center in Colorado Springs.

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CCPRO 2019 Winners

LBCC Communications Team Picks Up Several PR Awards

The Long Beach City College Communications Team in the Public Affairs and Marketing Department captured a series of awards at the statewide Community College Public Relations Organization (CCPRO) conference in April.  

CCPRO is a professional development and service organization that promotes excellence in California’s community college public relations departments.

The LBCC team captured several awards at this year’s conference including:

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James Martinez Takes Veterans’ Concerns to the Hill

LBCC Veterans Services and Financial Aid Advisor James Martinez has been elected as a delegate to the National Association of Veterans’ Program Administrators (NAVPA), an organization for those who are involved in the operation of veterans’ affairs programs and/or the delivery of services to veterans as school certifying officials across the country.

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LBCC Instructor Crowned Mrs. Elite Southern California

Congratulations to LBCC adjunct instructor Diana Galias for being named the newly crowned Mrs. Elite Southern California.

The Mrs. Elite competition is sponsored by the Woman of Achievement (WOA), a pageant system for married women to be recognized for academic achievement, self-improvement and community work. Galias has been teaching at LBCC for 30 years in the Kinesiology program and directs the College’s successful Cheer Team.

She now qualifies for the Mrs. Elite United States competition and has the opportunity to compete for the national title.

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LBCC Promotes Four From Within for Administrative Positions

Four current Long Beach City College employees were recently promoted.

Sonia De La Torre-Iniguez, who had been serving as LBCC’s Director of Student Success since 2016, will become the Associate Dean of Student Support Services. The Cypress resident holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications from UC Davis, and a master’s degree in Educational Counseling and Guidance from CSU San Bernardino.

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A picture of Misty May-Treanor.

May-Trenor Inducted into AVPFirst Wall of Fame

Long Beach City College director of Volleyball Operations Misty May-Treanor was recently named the first woman recipient to be inducted into the 2018 AVPFirst Wall of Fame by the Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP).

She has been a figurehead not only for beach volleyball and the AVP, but for women everywhere,” said AVP President Donald Sun.

Since joining LBCC in 2016, the Olympic gold medalist and most decorated athlete in beach volleyball history has been busy building the College’s new beach volleyball program.