CCGI Team

Executive Office

The Executive Office sets organizational vision, manages executive staff, and engages with system leaders and state policymakers to share our learning and advocate for policies that support postsecondary guidance and intersegmental data sharing to benefit students and educators.


Tessa Carmen De Roy
President
T: 323.999.7161
E: tderoy@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: Ed.D. and Masters in Urban Planning, University of California, Los Angeles
Where I grew up: Los Angeles, California
First people in my family to go to college: Both of my parents were first generation college students. My mom went to college on a New York Regents scholarship, and my dad used veterans benefits to finance his education. My family is a perfect example of how assisting students in accessing educational opportunities changes the trajectory of entire families.
Why I work for CCGI: I’m deeply concerned about the gaps in knowledge and information that prevent both people and systems from fulfilling their potential. Working at CCGI, I have the daily privilege of trying to fill some of those gaps, while working with a passionate and talented team. 
My interests/hobbies: I spend my free time with my kids, on the yoga mat, or exploring the endless range of food adventures available to me in Los Angeles.


Communications Team

The Communications Team employs strategic communications tools and approaches to increase the effectiveness and impact of CCGI’s work, build awareness and understanding of the issues addressed, and share the stories of the students, families, educators, and systems served.


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Chris Compton
Deputy Director of Communications
T: 323.212.5960
E: ccompton@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: American University, B.A. in Visual Media
Where I grew up: Columbia, South Carolina
First person in my family to go to college: My grandfather was the first in my family to go to college, and my father taught at a university for 40 years.
Why I work for CCGI: I work for CCGI because I believe that a college diploma is one of the most powerful tools for social mobility we have. When we have equity in education and opportunity, we can unlock the unlimited potential of California's youth.
Fun fact: I met my wife while working the door of the L.A. branch of Chicago's famous Second City Theater. We continue this love of improvisation every day by raising our four-year-old daughter.


CaliforniaColleges.edu Team

The CaliforniaColleges.edu Team is responsible for the development, maintenance, and iteration of CaliforniaColleges.edu, the State of California’s college and career planning platform, including content and collateral to effectively engage educators, students, and families.



Leigh S. Ranck
Vice President of CaliforniaColleges.edu
T: 424.272.6714
E: lranck@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: B.A. in Journalism and Politics, New York University
Where I grew up: Arlington, Texas
First person in my family to go to college: My grandfather
Why I work for CCGI: Through hard work and dedication, I made the most of my K-12 education and earned a degree from my dream school. I am proud to play an integral role in designing a platform and accompanying communications that make it easier for educators to give students the support they need to reach their college and career goals.      
My interests/hobbies: I enjoy playing competitive tennis, traveling both internationally and around the U.S., and listening to blues and jazz. 


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Ben Baird
Director of CaliforniaColleges.edu Data Infrastructure
T: 916.581.1643
E: bbaird@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: M.S. in Information Systems, Drexel University; B.A. in Spanish Language and Literature, University of California, Santa Barbara
Where I grew up: Born in San Francisco and raised in Sacramento, CA
First people in my family to go to college: My grandparents
Why I work for CCGI: I’m motivated to help school districts use data to identify problems and figure out how to solve them. If I can make the process of successfully transitioning to college easier for California students, even by just a few clicks, I consider my work a great success. 
My interests/hobbies: I enjoy playing the piano, restoring cars, and gardening.


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Laurel Sunderman
Deputy Director of CaliforniaColleges.edu Content
T: 916.750.0602
E: lsunderman@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: B.A. and M.A. in English, California State University, Sacramento
Where I grew up: Pine Grove, CA
First person in my family to go to college: My grandfather
Why I work for CCGI: I love to take complex ideas and figure out how to communicate them clearly through writing and design. My job allows me to exercise my greatest strengths and to be part of a mission I truly care about.    
Fun fact: When I was young, my parents gave me their Beatles albums and a record player, and I’ve been a “Beatlemaniac” ever since.


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Lionel Roy
Deputy Director of CaliforniaColleges.edu, User Experience
T: 916.245.0250
E: lroy@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: Lighting and Camera Operating Technical Degree, ESTCA; Film & Graphic Design, De Anza Community College
Where I grew up: Grenoble, France
First person in my family to go to college: My paternal grandfather
Why I work for CCGI: There is no downside to education, and having the opportunity to help people access this life changing experience is as rewarding as it gets.
My interests/hobbies: I like to take the time to enjoy life. Cooking, gardening, camping. A good dinner with family and friends. A day at the beach or simply watching a good movie.


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Janette Nikolakopoulos
Deputy Director of CaliforniaColleges.edu
E: jnikolakopoulus@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: B.S. in Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University; M.A. in Educational Leadership, St. Mary's College
Where I grew up: Chicago, IL
First person in my family to go to college: My oldest sister
Why I work for CCGI: At its core, CCGI increases access to educational resources for populations who need it most, a mission that not only motivates me but inspires me to think more meaningfully about equity. I love being part of a team that does such important work for students, parents, and school leaders.
My interests/hobbies: I'm fortunate to be near gorgeous state and national parks, so I spend as much time as I can outdoors, hiking or backpacking. When inside, I love cooking and sharing recipes and new food trends.


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Frances Apalategui
CaliforniaColleges.edu Senior Manager
T: 909.454.6945
E: fapalategui@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: B.A. in English; M.A. in English Composition; two years of continuing education in Educational Leadership, California State University, San Bernardino
Where I grew up: Lake Arrowhead and San Bernardino, CA
First person in my family to go to college: Me
Why I work for CCGI: Every day, I have the opportunity to show people something new and guide them to discovery. The best part of my job is seeing educators grow and take initiative to help students who would otherwise not have well-informed guidance.  
My interests/hobbies: I enjoy reading, playing with my hound dog, visiting craft coffee shops and breweries, and traveling.


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Maribel Chonhim
CaliforniaColleges.edu Manager
T: 626.594.5309
E: mchonhim@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: M.A. in Educational Counseling and PPS credential, Azusa Pacific University; B.S. in Sociology, University of La Verne
Where I grew up: Born and raised in Duarte, CA
First person in my family to go to college: My older sisters attended community college, and later, four-year universities. I was the first to attend a four-year university right after high school.
Why I work for CCGI: I thrive in an environment where every day is different and there is always something new to learn. Also, knowing that my work impacts students throughout California inspires and motivates me to always do my best. 
My interests/hobbies: Some might call me a Disney fanatic! I have been in awe since my first trip as a child, and I try to go as often as I can. 


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Marcelino Plascencia
Special Projects Manager
E: mplascencia@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: University of California, Stanta Cruz (UCSC)
Where I grew up: Maywood, CA
First person in my family to go to college: I am a first-generation college graduate.
Why I work for CCGI: I've dedicated my professional career to the field of college access and success. Today, more than ever, quality education and a college degree are essential to the life outcomes of young people. I'm excited to do my part in CCGI's mission to create equitable access by equipping students with the tools and resources they need to develop a postsecondary plan.
My interests/hobbies: I am a film enthusiast; I enjoy going to the movies with friends and analyzing and discussing all aspects of filmmaking over a good meal. I love to learn- whether it is a new skill or field, and I like keeping up with the latest tech news.


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Lillie Apostolos
Content Specialist
T: 916.318.9878
E: lapostolos@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: B.A. in English and M.A. in English Literature, California State University, Sacramento
Where I grew up: Roseville, CA
First person in my family to go to college: My grandma and grandpa
Why I work for CCGI: As far back as I can remember, education has been my number one passion. I believe in the opportunities it offers individuals when they pursue their educational paths. I am excited to participate in CCGI's efforts and to have a supporting role in students' pursuits of their personal success stories.
My interests/hobbies: I love hiking, running, baking, gardening, traveling, and taking my dogs for walks.


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Andrew Brown
User Support Specialist
E: abrown@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Region: Southern California
Colleges attended and degrees earned: A.A. in Social & Behavioral Sciences, College of the Canyons; B.A. in Anthropology, California State University, Northridge
Where I grew up: Santa Clarita, CA
First person in my family to go to college: My mom
Why I work for CCGI: As someone without proper guidance after high school, I know the struggle of figuring things out on my own. Now I feel inspired to help students who may feel like I did – stressed and confused about their academic path.
My interests/hobbies: My main hobbies include rock climbing, playing/recording music, and crafting the perfect cup of coffee. Plus, I like to surf and paint.


Partnerships Team

The Partnerships Team supports school districts in the effective adoption and integration of CaliforniaColleges.edu. The team focuses on building educators’ capacity to systematically set goals and plan implementation strategies, and provides data auditing and alignment to ensure accurately informed student accounts, which serve as the basis for monitoring progress toward reaching postsecondary goals.


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Maya Ramos Clayton
Vice President of District Partnerships
T: 323.902.7319
E: mclayton@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: M.S. in Professional Writing, New York University; B.A. in Comparative Religion and African Studies, Smith College
Where I grew up: San Francisco’s Richmond District (CA)
First people in my family to go to college: My parents
Why I work for CCGI: My job requires a level of grit, thinking, and patience that really sustains me personally and professionally. I draw energy from our talented, hardworking, and persistent team, including educators on the ground who literally devote their lives to the work of supporting students to meet their aspirations and goals.
My interests/hobbies: I’m an avid writer and I love travelling with my family.


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Andy Alcaraz
Director of Data Services
T: 818.642.6439
E: aalcaraz@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: B.A. in English, University of California, Berkeley
Where I grew up: Los Angeles
First person in my family to go to college: Me!
Why I work for CCGI: I was once a lost high school student, who eventually became a lost community college student before eventually becoming a knowledgeable college graduate. Navigating the college-going terrain was difficult as the first person in my family to go to college. I work at CCGI to provide students with all the resources necessary to guide them on their college journey.
Fun facts: I'm a huge baseball and statistics nerd, and I love playing, too!


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Hannah Smith
Director of District Partnerships
T: 510.698.9341
E: hsmith@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: M.Ed. in Prevention Science and Practice, Harvard Graduate School of Education; B.A. in Ethnic Studies and Education, University of California, Berkeley; A.A. in Social and Behavioral Science, City College of San Francisco
Where I grew up: I lived in a small town in New Hampshire before moving to Los Angeles in my early teens.
First people in my family to go to college: My older sister was the first to go to college, and my mother earned a degree when I was older.
Why I work for CCGI: I believe so strongly in CCGI’s data-informed approach. Data has the power to create and maintain programs, address student barriers, and effectively gauge the best methods and strategies to support students on their educational journey. 
Fun fact: I have seven siblings.


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Patricia Zarco
Deputy Director of District Partnerships, Central Valley
T: 209.259.3796
E: pzarco@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: B.A. in Communications Studies, California State University, Stanislaus; M.A., School Counseling with P.P.S. Credential, Fresno Pacific University (in progress)
Where I grew up: Delhi, CA
First person in my family to go to college: My mom and her sister, who immigrated to CA from Durango, Mexico and are heroes in our family.
Why I work for CCGI: Disparities in educational systems too often prevent students from actualizing their potential. CCGI proactively works to improve these systems, strengthen partnerships between K-12 and higher education, and promote access to postsecondary options for students in an evolving educational landscape. 
Fun fact: I had a weekly, underground hip-hop radio show on CSU Stanislaus’ student-run radio station, and I am the Mistress of Ceremonies for the annual Young Women’s Conference in Livingston, CA. 


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Kristina Tyler
Deputy Director of District Partnerships, Southern California
T: 858.371.3115
E: ktyler@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: B.A. in Educational Studies, B.A. in Public Policy and American Institutions, and M.A. in Urban Education Policy, Brown University
Where I grew up: Temecula, CA
First people in my family to go to college: My parents were the first in their families to go to college. As the daughter of first generation Mexican-Americans, this was a significant accomplishment that informed my own education and postsecondary endeavors.
Why I work for CCGI: In my multi-faceted role with CCGI, I am able to use my skills and experience to support educators and contribute to the development of a platform that ensures all students have access to college and career planning resources. 
My interests/hobbies: I enjoy running and doing HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) workouts, spending time with my family, and wine tasting.


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Angelina Chacon-Garcia
Deputy Director of Data Services
T: 626.808.8409
E: achacon-garcia@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: B.A. in Psychology and Religious Studies, University of California, Davis; M.A. in Education with an emphasis in Social Justice and Equity, San Francisco State University
Where I grew up: Richmond, CA
First person in my family to go to college: My middle sister (I am the third of three girls.)
Why I work for CCGI: The impact of my educational opportunities fuels my passion to work in education. CCGI offers an intuitive, accessible tool for accessing higher education and the resources to guide students toward reaching their postsecondary goals.
Fun fact: As an undergraduate, I studied in India and continue to be an advocate for students to take advantage of studying abroad.


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Daniel Marker
District Partnerships Manager, Central Valley
T: 209.683.0030
E: dmarker@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: Ed.D. in Educational Leadership (in progress), Stanislaus State; M.A. in Theology, Wycliffe College, University of Toronto; B.A. in Christian Ministries, Fresno Pacific University
Where I grew up: Korea, Germany, and the Central Valley
First person in my family to go to college: My father
Why I work for CCGI: Education became a pathway for many opportunities that I did not imagine for myself. Fast forward to today, and I am extremely grateful for the goals that I have accomplished because of education. I work for CCGI because of its desire to help students and families pursue education as a pathway for their goals.
Fun fact: I am a big fan of stand-up comedians and watch them religiously.


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Ying Lo-Khang
District Partnerships Manager, Northern California
T: 916.827.0509
E: ylo-khang@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: M.S. in Social Work, Columbia University; B.A. in Social Work and Education, University of California, Berkeley
Where I grew up: Sacramento, CA
First people in my family to go to college: As one of 10 children, I had older siblings who attended local colleges, but I was the first to attend college away from home.
Why I work for CCGI: As a first-generation college student, I know how hard it is to access higher education resources. I love that CCGI enables districts to better provide these resources so that all students can have an equal opportunity to go to college.
My interests/hobbies: I enjoy Broadway musicals and Zumba. 


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Jossie Muñoz
District Partnerships Senior Manager, Southern California
T: 951.444.8412
E: jmunoz@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: M.A. in Higher Education and Student Affairs, New York University; B.A. in American Studies and Spanish, Dickinson College
Where I grew up: Corona, CA
First person in my family to go to college: Me
Why I work for CCGI: I believe in paying it forward. As a child, I witnessed first-hand the struggles low-income and first-generation students face in navigating the college application process. I enjoy giving back to my community by working with educators to help current students prepare for life after high school.
Fun fact: I made it to the sixth round on the game show Minuto Para Ganar (Minute to Win It).


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Katherine Zevallos Pastor
District Partnerships Manager, Southern California
E: kzevallospastor@californiacolleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: M.S. in College Counseling & Student Development, Azusa Pacific University; B.S. in Human Services, Concentration in Mental Health, California State University, Fullerton.
Where I grew up: I was born in La Molina, Peru, and moved to Anaheim, CA, when I was 10 years old.
First person in my family to go to college: My parents were the first in their families to attain a college degree in Peru. I was the first person in my family to obtain two degrees in the United States.
Why I work for CCGI: Navigating higher education as an undocumented student molded my passion to be an active change agent for educational access and equity. I work for CCGI because their mission aligns with mine, and I am excited to provide fellow educators with the tools and resources they need to be successful.
Fun fact: I enjoy watching sunsets, writing, and eating tasty food. One of my favorite hobbies is to visit new coffee shops, drink iced coffee, and enjoy good conversations.


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Alejandra Solorzano
District Partnerships Manager, Southern California
T: 619.381.3475
E: asolorzano@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies, University of California, Berkeley; Project Management Certificate, San Diego State University
Where I grew up: San Diego, CA
First person in my family to go to college: Me
Why I work for CCGI: I am fortunate to have a family that has always supported my educational goals and a community that has empowered me to strive for the best.  I believe it is my responsibility to give back to my community, and CCGI will provide me the platform to impact lives statewide through education.
Fun fact: In 2011, I embarked on an amazing 14-month trip through central and South America that allowed me to learn about new cultures and make lifelong friends.


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Ebony Staten
District Partnerships Manager, Southern California
T: 310.714.3846
E: estaten@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: M.A. Public Administration; B.A. Communication Studies: Public Relations, California State University, San Bernardino
Where I grew up: Rialto, CA
First person in my family to go to college: My mother
Why I work for CCGI: I work for CCGI because working to bridge the gap between K-12 experience and life beyond is a dream come true. I am energized by the opportunity to draw from my experience as a University Academic Advisor and Program Coordinator for students who may have fallen between the cracks and applying that knowledge and training on a larger scale.
My interests/hobbies: I love to laugh, eat, and spend time with my family.


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Silvestre Vallejo
District Partnerships Manager, Southern California
T: 323.591.4694
E: svallejo@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: B.A. in Cinema-Television Production, University of Southern California
Where I grew up: A small town in the state of Jalisco, Mexico and later in Long Beach, CA
First person in my family to go to college: Me
Why I work for CCGI: My job allows me to collaborate on a wide variety of different projects, which is intellectually stimulating and helps me to constantly learn new skills. I love knowing that the work I do better equips counselors to help students discover their own aspirations and reach their goals.
Fun fact: When I was 20, I backpacked alone through Spain, France, and Italy.  


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John Cabiles
Partner Districts Data Analyst
T: 650.273.7545
E: jcabiles@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: M.S. in Computer Information Systems - Data Analytics from Boston University; B.A. in Psychology from University of California, Irvine
Where I grew up: Rural Philippines and San Francisco Bay Area
First person in my family to go to college: My aunt
Why I work for CCGI: Education helped raise my family out of poverty in a rural region of a developing country. And yet, in California, many low-income families still struggle to get the tools and resources needed to help their children finish college and achieve economic mobility. I'm inspired that CCGI has pushed to find a solution for this problem by taking a data-driven approach and leveraging partnerships with California school districts.
Fun fact: I didn't learn how to ride a bike until age 27, when I taught myself. I was motivated to finally learn this skill after I watched a YouTube video of a little boy giving an inspirational speech sharing how he learned how to ride a bike.


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Dale Josephs
Partner Districts Data Analyst
E: djosephs@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: B.A., Georgia State University; MLIS, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Where I grew up: Atlanta, GA
First person in my family to go to college: My parents both went to college and encouraged me to do the same.
Why I work for CCGI: I think the CCGI's mission of creating tools and pathways to make college education available to more people is one well worth supporting.
Fun fact: I spend as much time as I can hiking through the central coast countryside, camera in hand. I also enjoy attending performances of the arts, playing piano, and just reading a book.


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Freddie Zenteno
Partner Districts Data Analyst
E: fzenteno@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: B.S. in Informatics, University of California, Irvine; M.S. in Information Technology with a concentration in Data Science (in progress), California State University, Fullerton.
Where I grew up: East Los Angeles, CA
First person in my family to go to college: Me.
Why I work for CCGI: As a first-generation student, I am aware of the challenges that students may face when applying to college and having insufficient resources to guide them. I work at CCGI to provide students with a resource that can help them navigate their college journey with ease. I want to continue to help students like myself, and I am glad that I get to be part of an organization that takes a data-driven approach to helping students reach their postsecondary goals.
Fun fact: When I am not working or studying, I like to do high-intensity interval training (HIIT) cardio in the mornings, and I also enjoy hiking on the weekends.


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Heather Miller
Partner Districts Data Services Specialist
T: 916.662.5490
E: hmiller@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: B.A. in Organizational Communication, California State University, Sacramento; International Quality Management Standards certification, British Standards Institute
Where I grew up: Madison, WI
First person in my family to go to college: My great-great grandfather on my mother’s side 
Why I work for CCGI: I enjoy the opportunity to work with complex data and interact directly with school districts. There is nothing better than leading an educator toward that “aha moment” that will make their jobs easier. 
Fun fact: I used to teach ballroom dance professionally and trained with some of the ballroom dancers seen on the International Dance Circuit. 


Business Operations Team

The Business Operations team ensures the alignment of CCGI’s technology platforms, implementation strategies, and operational protocols. The team manages all CRM (Salesforce) data for the organization, and facilitates team effectiveness across our statewide, virtual workplace.


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Sheri Hiebert
Business Operations Manager
T: 530.763.3521
E: shiebert@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Where I grew up: Wichita, KS
First person in my family to go to college: My mother
Why I work for CCGI: I believe in the opportunity CCGI provides educators, students and families working together to achieve shared goals for college and career success.
Fun facts: I’ve raised and trained horses for competitions and I’ve also modeled for Macy’s.


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Laurel Papke
Business Operations Manager
T: 408.676.9420
E: lpapke@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: B.A. in Communication, Arizona State University
Where I grew up: San Jose, CA
First people in my family to go to college: Both of my great-grandfathers went to college, one becoming a doctor and the other an attorney. 
Why I work for CCGI: I love telling people about the work we do. Whether they’re remembering their own college or career planning experiences or desperately looking for help for their own child, there is always someone in the room who says, “I need that!” I’m proud to work with a great team and impact so many lives in a positive way.
Fun facts: I enjoy a good jam session on my drums, tending to my garden, and am an avid animal lover.  


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David Silva
Administrative Project Coordinator
T: 916.768.8844
E: dsilva@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: California State University, Sacramento and Bethany Bible College, Santa Cruz
Where I grew up: Sacramento, CA
First people in my family to go to college: My maternal grandfather, and in my immediate family, my sister
Why I work for CCGI: I have over 15 years of experience in office management and leadership over dynamic, virtually-based teams. It’s very satisfying to be able to use my knowledge and skills to support CCGI operations and help ensure California students are prepared for life after high school. 
Fun fact: I have a background in classical singing and theater. In 1995, I won the Birdsall award for best supporting actor at the Magic Circle Theatre in Roseville, CA.


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Jonny Jayne
Student Assistant, Business Operations
T: 857.293.0724
E: jjayne@CaliforniaColleges.edu

Colleges attended and degrees earned: A.S. Business Administration, Sacramento City College; B.S. in Business Administration, CSU Channel Islands (in progress)
Where I grew up: Sacramento, CA
First people in my family to go to college: My grandfather
Why I work for CCGI: I believe that college should be accessible to everyone. I fully believe in what CCGI is doing and proud to be part of their team.
Fun fact: My interests are traveling to different countries. I have so far only been to 3 countries, but I still want to keep visiting new places.


Contact Us

Tessa Carmen De Roy, Ed.D.
President
T: 323.999.7161
E: tderoy@CaliforniaColleges.edu

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