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November 8, 2016 — California General Election
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Palomar Community College DistrictCandidate for Board Member

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Tim Fillinger

Engineer
82,683 votes (15.11%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Increasing enrollment and encouraging student retention through partnerships with our local High Schools
  • Helping our students successfully complete their Palomar experience measured by increasing the graduation rate.
  • Fair, Open and Honest Contracting Practices to stop special interests monopolies!

Experience

Experience

Profession:Computer Engineer and Educator
Senior Manager, IT Operations, Mitchell International (2015–current)
Entrepreneurial and Business Mentorship, Tim Fillinger Consulting — Appointed position (2001–current)
Department of Defense Contracting (IT Management ande Services), EDS, IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Jacobs Engineering (2001–2015)
Youth Leader and Mentor, Cornerstone Community Church — Appointed position (1998–2002)

Education

BIOLA University BS in Organizational Leadership; Multiple Computer Certifications, Computer Science, Leadership (2008)

Who supports this candidate?

Featured Endorsements

  • San Diego County Republican Party

Elected Officials (2)

  • Association of Builders and Contractors
  • Hon Sam Abed, Mayor of Escondido

Questions & Answers

Questions from League of Women Voters of North County San Diego (1)

What is the most significant challenge facing the Palomar Community College District, and if you are elected, what steps will you take to address it?
Answer from Tim Fillinger:

A significant concern for our district is decreased enrollment.  As enrollment decreases, so does our state and federal funding. The Palomar Board must engage and work hand-in-hand with the local High Schools to promote the great opportunties that attending Palomar affords our communities students.

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