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November 6, 2018 — California General Election

San Bernardino Community College DistrictCandidate for Member, Governing Board, Area 6

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Stephanie Houston

Education Administrator
11,394 votes (35.9%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Student access to affordable college and career/vocational options offered in secure and updated facilities.
  • Support of workforce & economic development for job creation.
  • Foster strengthening leadership for system alignment of secondary & post secondary education with workforce/industry priorities and outcomes.



Starting as a Career Technical Education professional twenty-five years ago, Dr. Houston has been a Career Technical Education (CTE) teacher, program manager, director and now proudly serves as Superintendent for Colton Redlands Yucaipa Regional Occupational Program (CRY-ROP). During this time, she has focused on serving students, staff, peers, and the community by building relationships and trust. CRY-ROP continues to gain momentum by engaging the entire community of educators, K-12 students, career seekers, business partners and parents. Serving three school districts with very unique demographics, cultures, and communities, CRY-ROP has developed a wide array of services to ensure students and families across the 220 square mile region are provided with expanded opportunities. Dr. Houston’s vision is to empower individuals to reach their potential, by capitalizing on strengths and growing from challenges, thus creating a broad range of choices. 


As a leader, her goals are:

·         To provide visionary leadership and strategic planning to focus human and material resources towards the primary goal of outstanding quality education for students;

·         To maintain productive board and staff relations with open communication;

·         To be a highly visible educational leader; and

·         To continue to develop community partnerships in support of student success, a strong workforce pipeline, and vibrant economy.

In addition to a professional clear teaching credential and administrative services credential, she earned a Liberal Studies/ Bilingual-Cross Cultural bachelor’s degree from California State University San Bernardino, and a master’s degree in Educational Administration at the University of Redlands, and received a doctor of education degree in Transformational Leadership at Brandman University. 

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