Moore, Peggy A.
Peggy A. Moore retired in October of 2004 after 34 years in California Community Colleges. While at Foothill College she served on the Academic Senate, was one of the founders of the Foothill – DeAnza Faculty Association (the first independent union in the CC system). She was on the first negotiations team and served from 1977 until 1987. She also served as the Chief Negotiator as well as Association Vice President (8 years) and President (2 years). These were the years of the birth and adolescence of Shared Governance and she spoke as a member of a team from Foothill/DeAnza around the state on collaborative negotiations and shared governance. As the Vice President of Instruction at College of the Siskiyous she served as the District’s Chief Negotiator (when the faculty formed a union in 1995) and later served as the District’s Chief Negotiator for CSEA as well. She has served as the interim Chief Instructional Officer as Lassen College as well as three terms as the interim Vice President of Instruction at Shasta College. She also served as the Interim President at College of the Siskiyous.
As a CBT consultant she has worked at two community colleges in Wyoming on board development and on policies and procedures and academic issues. She has worked with a college who lost its accreditation for 6 plus years.
Peggy served on nine accreditation visiting team and was the co-chair for the Self Study at Siskiyous when the College elected to be one of the three to undergo accreditation under the new standards. In addition, Peggy implemented enrollment management plans at Siskiyous which helped the college move the WSCH from 220 when she arrived to 404 when she retired.
Consulting services offered: building growth programs in small colleges, enrollment management, strategic planning, negotiations, consensus building among constituent groups and community/agency partnerships.