want to congratulate Cheryl Hyman for the work she has done at the City
Colleges of Chicago and to welcome Juan Salgado as the
new Chancellor," said Dr. Byron Brazier, Pastor of Apostolic Church
of God. "I believe that Juan has the capacity, leadership and vision to
continue to move the City Colleges in a sustainable and effective manner."
Mayor has also appointed Deborah H. Telman as a trustee to the board, replacing
Sandy Goldman, who will retire from service to the Board of Trustees. Telman is
Vice President and General Counsel at Johnson Controls, where she leads global
legal strategy, litigation, labor & employment, and finance functions for
an international company with a presence in more than 150 countries. To the
Board, Telman brings her legal and operational expertise derived from service
at multiple Fortune 500 companies, as well as her engagement in a number of
civic organizations and philanthropic efforts benefiting youth citywide.
believe deeply that education is the key to economic mobility, and I am very
impressed by the opportunities available to students at City Colleges,” said
Ms. Telman. “Chancellor Hyman has done an incredible job, and I am honored
that Mayor Emanuel has asked me to serve this institution as it moves into its
next phase with Juan Salgado.”
Salgado and the Board of Trustees, with advice from the Provost Selection Team,
will identify and appoint a new Provost, who will oversee new and sustained
educational initiatives to support the next generation of CCC students in
preparing for success in four-year degree programs and the demands of
21st century careers.
appointment is subject to City Colleges’ Board approval, and Telman’s
appointment is subject to City Council approval; appointees are expected to
begin service this spring.