In 2004, Dr. Constance Carroll was the first woman to become the Chancellor of the San Diego Community College District, the second largest in the state of California. She has overseen the transformation of the district that includes more than $1.4 billion in new construction activity, and extraordinary student academic success. The district has a total enrollment of 105,000 students per semester, and ranks sixth in the nation in size.
Her career has been long and successful and has served on several boards, and has received several awards. One of her most cherished roles was serving a six year term on the National Council of Humanities under President Obama.
At 74, she’s the longest-serving chancellor in the history of the district and will retire in 2021, leaving a lasting legacy of success.