CCIE – California Colleges for International Education

Open Call for the Treasurer Position

Term Length: 3-5 years

Leadership Role: It is preferred that the Treasurer be an acting Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor, President or Vice-President of a California community college and/or District. The CCIE Treasurer appoints a staff member to complete required work.


  1. be responsible for the collection, safekeeping, and expenditure of all funds of the organization
  2. maintain accurate financial records
  3. maintain accurate and current membership list and send off invoices on quarterly basis
  4. make reports to the Board of Officers
  5. coordination non-profit and tax status with the Deputy Treasurer

MEETINGS: The Board of Officers meet 2-3 times annually via ZOOM. For each meeting, the treasurer prepares a state-of-the finance report

History of the CCIE Treasurer Position

1988 – 1992 – Piedad Robertson, Santa Monica

1992 – 2001 – Tom Crow, State Center

2001 – 2003 – Ken Fawson, Orange Coast

2003 – 2008 – Doug Treadway, Ohlone

2008 – 2009 – Jacob Ng, Peralta

2009-2016: Deborah Budd: Berkeley

2017-2020: Tim Karas, Alameda

2020 – 2022: Eric Bishop, Ohlone

For more information, please contact CCIE Director, Dr. Rosalind Latiner Raby (  


CCIE is a non-profit consortium dedicated to the ideal of increasing international understanding through education and collaboration.  The work done by CCIE serves to support community colleges throughout California to encourage and promote international education and related areas of inquiry and activity