Guest Speaker: Tent: Mike Gregoryk, VP. Mt. Sac on Update on Building & Student programs.
Mike Gregoryk brings over 38 years of experience in community college education, currently Vice President, Administrative Services, Mt. San Antonio College joining the college in 2005, most recently Deputy Chancellor, Ventura County Community College District from 1996-2005. Mike attended Minot State University in Minot North Dakota earning his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a Master’s degree in Management and Organizational Development, United States International University, San Diego, CA. Since joining Mt Sac Mike has been a key member of the leadership team overseeing the design and construction of many of the facilities at the college, many of which dated back to the 1940’s when the facility served as a military installation. In addition to the new facility construction the college has had substantial growth in the student population of the college now close to 60,000 students in total.
As a part of the leadership team Mike is very active in the community supporting several community groups and or organizations to include:
- Past President, San Gabriel Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce
- Past President, California Community Colleges Association of Chief Business Officials
- Past President, National Council of Community College Business Officials of the American Association of Community and Junior Colleges
- Past President, Executive Board, Alliance of Schools for Cooperative Insurance Programs
- Member at Large, Past Chair, Board of Directors, Member of Executive Committee, Schools Excess Liability Fund
- Board Member, Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center Foundation
- Board Member, STC (Sung Tien Collaboration) Foundation
- Successor Agency Oversight Board Member for City of Industry, La Verne, Pomona, West Covina, and Walnut
Mike’s talk with provide an update on the college building activities both recently completed and planned, along with updates on interesting programs the college is doing to support the demands of our future workforce.