Community leaders recognized for their contributions to CGCC!
Chandler-Gilbert Community College (CGCC) honored their 14th Annual Teal & Silver award recipients during a breakfast event at the college's Williams Campus on Tuesday, May 9. Ten winners were recognized for their dedication and support of CGCC students, employees, programs, services and the college community.
The 2017 Teal & Silver Award recipients are:
• Bill Rotondo, Chandler Christian Community Center-Community Organization Partner
• City of Chandler & East Valley Jewish Community Center-Community Organization Partners
• Cynthia Nannetti, CGCC Law Enforcement Training Academy Instructor-Community Leader
• Diane Fernichio, Step Up Schools Mesa-K-12 School Colleague
• Dinah Guy, Highland High School-K-12 School Colleague
• Orbital ATK-Business Partner
• Rosanne Shaw, Chandler High School-K-12 School Colleague
• Southwest Airlines-Donor Partner
• Troy Rundle, ASU Vet Success-University Partner
• Violet Nelson, Chandler High School-K-12 School Colleague
“The community leaders and businesses honored with a Teal & Silver award provide Chandler-Gilbert Community College and its students with vital support that improves their experience and contributes to their success,” said William Guerriero, Chandler-Gilbert Community College Interim President “Whether through direct interaction, funding for scholarships, or support for the college and its’ programs, we are truly grateful for their involvement and dedication.”
The Chandler-Gilbert Community College Teal & Silver Awards program was created to recognize the contributions of individuals who support Chandler-Gilbert Community College through various efforts. Recipients positively impact the college by assisting with the program or service improvements, supporting creative and innovative ideas, improving the quality of the college experience, support the delivery of instruction, providing resources or assisting with cost-saving measures and advocating for the college in media, with elected officials and in the community.
Thursday, May 11, 2017
Monday, May 8, 2017
Congratulations to Coyote men’s golfers Michael Marreel (sophomore) and Tommy Sullivan (freshman) for their achievements on the course this season. Both golfers recently qualified for nationals and will represent Chandler-Gilbert Community College at the National Junior College Athletic Association Men’s Golf Championship tournament May 23-26. The event will be held at the Longbow Golf Club in Mesa. Results can be found at www.golfstat.com under the men's golf results and schedules tab.
Michael was named second team all-conference this year with a scoring average of 73 while Tommy lead the Coyotes with an average scoring of 75. Both golfers will compete for a national championship title alongside some of the best collegiate golfers in the nation.
On behalf of the entire CGCC community, congrats on your accomplishments and good luck at nationals. Go Coyotes!
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Second year players Mariola Szmit and Emily Reader along with freshman Taryn Simmons will be representing CGCC and Arizona for the national event. Anahi Buck came up just short in her attempt to make nationals by just nine one hundredth of a point.
All four team members have made tremendous strides on the golf course leading CGCC to its most successful season yet! “I couldn’t be more excited for our team and the success they’ve had on the course this season,” said Coach Mark Underwood. “I look forward to nationals and hopefully bringing home a championship title to CGCC.”
On behalf of the entire CGCC community, congratulations on your accomplishments and good luck at nationals. Go Coyotes!
Eleven winners will be recognized for their efforts and support of CGCC students, employees, programs, services and the college community. The 2017 Teal & Silver Award recipients are:
- Bill Rotondo, Chandler Christian Community Center-Community Organization Partner
- City of Chandler & East Valley Jewish Community Center-Community Organization Partners
- Cynthia Nannetti, CGCC Law Enforcement Training Academy Instructor-Community Leader
- Diane Fernichio, Step Up Schools Mesa-K-12 School Colleague
- Dinah Guy, Highland High School-K-12 School Colleague
- Orbital ATK-Business Partner
- Rosanne Shaw, Chandler High School-K-12 School Colleague
- Southwest Airlines-Donor Partner
- Tel Tech Network-Technology Partner
- Troy Rundle, ASU Vet Success-University Partner
- Violet Nelson, Chandler High School-K-12 School Colleague