Cheryl Sullivan to Become Interim President of FCC

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Cheryl Sullivan to Become Interim President of FCC

The State Center Community College District has named Cheryl Sullivan, vice-president of administrative services, as the new interim president when Cynthia Azari leaves in May.

The State Center Community College District has named Cheryl Sullivan, vice-president of administrative services, as the new interim president when Cynthia Azari leaves in May.

Photo by: Destinne Lopez

The State Center Community College District has named Cheryl Sullivan, vice-president of administrative services, as the new interim president when Cynthia Azari leaves in May.

Photo by: Destinne Lopez

Photo by: Destinne Lopez

The State Center Community College District has named Cheryl Sullivan, vice-president of administrative services, as the new interim president when Cynthia Azari leaves in May.

The State Center Community College District chancellor has chosen a replacement interim president for Fresno City College when Cynthia Azari leaves in May.

Dr, Paul Parnell announced in a news release on April 29 that Cheryl Sullivan, vice-president of administrative services, will become interim president of the college when Azari leaves for her new position at Oxnard College, starting May 21.

The announcement came one day after the Rampage interviewed several top-level administrators of the college who said they had no clues about who the the new interim president would be.

Sullivan will serve as interim president until the selection of the new FCC president, according to the news release by the district. A new president is expected before the start of the new academic year in August.

Sullivan said she was honored by the appointment and will continue what she and other head administrators, who have supported each other along the way, have been doing.

“Azar has left us in a good position,” Sullivan said.

A replacement for Sullivan’s current administrative position has not been named.
The college has been without a permanent president for a year now, since the former president, Tony Cantu, died on April 5, 2015.