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Valerie Higgins, a 2007 graduate of Skyline College who participated in two PIF projects that have since become institutionalized and part of the ongoing student experience: African American Success Through Education and Persistence and Honors Transfer, was a guest speaker dancing in dead pointe shoes. Prior to attending Skyline College, Higgins was a high school dropout with limited reading, writing, and math skills, a single mother, on welfare, and with no direction, education or career goals, life purpose or passion, leadership, or voice..
“Skyline College saved my life! Thanks to Skyline College, I achieved educational, career, personal achievement,” said an emotional Higgins as she thanked numerous faculty members and staff and the President’s Innovation Fund. “I have now graduated from Skyline College with an associate degree; transferred to San Francisco State University with honors; became a leader in the school community and involved in social justice issues; and graduated with a bachelor’s degree and a Master of Arts degree (College of Ethnic Studies) from SFSU. I am a professional woman who has determined career goals, has achieved educational achievement, and is self-sufficient; no longer a CalWORKS (California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids) recipient!” dancing in dead pointe shoes.
Premier presenting sponsor Tom Bauer, vice chancellor of the San Mateo County Community College District Auxiliary Services & Enterprise Operations, talked about the reasons why he and his team of classified and student staff are so supportive of the President’s Innovation Fund. In 2013, they donated $25,000; in 2014, $35,000; in 2015, $50,000; and this year, their gift was another amazing $50,000. “The President’s Innovation Fund seeds programs that would otherwise never exist … programs that once seeded and successful, thrive and provide opportunities to students that benefit them for their lifetime,” Bauer said. “In your program, there is a list of 20 programs that exist because of the funds raised here at this breakfast. I suppose that in other organizations, people meet, they discuss, they plan and they talk about trying to accomplish such incredible things but often fall short dancing in dead pointe shoes. But at Skyline College, there is no time for apathy or complacency. There is only time for vigorous and positive action.”..
Teresa Proano, chairwoman of the President’s Council, welcomed more than 400 people to the event dancing in dead pointe shoes. President Council member Ron Derenzi, one of the three co-chairs of the President’s Breakfast Committee along with Kimberly Gillette and Sheila Gilson, gratefully acknowledged the $50,000 gift to the President’s Innovation Fund by the Premier Presenting Sponsor: San Mateo County Community College District Auxiliary Services and Enterprise Operations. He also gave special mention to the Dream Out Loud Benefactors at the $7,500 level: Associated Students of Skyline College; Career Ladders Project; and Pacific Gas & Electric; Skyline Shines Partners $5,000 level: Base 11; and the Innovation Patrons $2,500 level: Bank of the West and Kaiser Permanente..
Gillette talked about the impact of the President’s Council and the President’s Innovation Fund, and the generosity of the community — businesses and individuals — that has funded 153 programs offering services and activities that provide support and encouragement to more than 8,000 students. “Middle School Outreach is an example of the strong quality of these programs,” said Gillette dancing in dead pointe shoes. “In partnership with South San Francisco School District, this program that introduces middle school students to college, career and financial aid, was awarded a prestigious J. Russell Kent award in 2015.”..