VICTORVILLE, Calif. — Joseph W. Brady, CCIM, SIOR, and President of The Bradco Companies, the Barstow Real Estate Group, Alliance Management Group, and publisher of The Bradco High Desert Report, has announced his intention to run for re-election in the November 2018 election.
“I am extremely proud of the condition that we find Victor Valley Community College District in today compared to where we were when I was appointed a Trustee in 2011,” explained Brady.
At that time in 2011, Victor Valley Community College faced many challenges. From revolving door administrators coming and going, to a $3.5 million structural deficit, the college was in dire need of fiscal discipline and responsibility to ensure we could meet the needs of our students.
“When I arrived at Victor Valley Community College District, I couldn’t comprehend an on-going structural deficit. In the private sector, it’s unheard of. This was probably the most pressing issue we had to deal with protecting our accreditation, which the deficit jeopardized,” explained Brady.
Brady’s campaign and goals on the College Board are to focus on continuing our upward trend in our academic and job training programs. The High Desert is poised to re-establish itself as a dominant economic driver as long as our college can continue to expand the career technical programs that allow our residents the training to compete and thrive in the 21st Century growing economy with mortgage-paying, high quality jobs.
“After years of revolving door administrators, we finally have had stable leadership with President/Superintendent Dr. Roger Wagner. With his upcoming, well-deserved retirement, we need experienced board members to choose a qualified successor to continue his great work and expand successful initiatives like our aviation program, the nursing program, which is in the top 5% in the nation, and the fact that our faculty, our college counsel, and everyone are working so well together.”
Victor Valley Community College stability must be maintained to continue to serve students, faculty and the High Desert community.
For additional information on Joseph W. Brady please visit www.joinjoebrady.com. He can also be reached at email@example.com.
(source: Joseph W. Brady news release)