This is the Sixth in a series of episodes dedicated to the fundamentals of community college governance.
In this series, Jaci King, co-editor of the recently released Trusteeship in Community Colleges: A Guide for Effective Governance, Second Edition, interviews chapter authors about how to govern.
In this episode, Dr. Eduardo Marti discusses Board Planning and Monitoring. Dr. Marti is an experienced educator who has led several community colleges with distinction for more than 25 years, Dr. Eduardo J. Martí joined CUNY in 2000 as President of Queensborough Community College. Prior to that, he served for six years as President of Corning Community College of the State University of New York, and for eight years, as President of SUNY’s Tompkins Cortland Community College. Dr. Martí also served as Executive Dean of Tunxis Community College and Acting President of Middlesex Community College, both located in Connecticut.
This conversation was recorded on ZOOM, so please excuse a few brief dips in audio quality.
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