The two-campus district, which includes the Liberal Arts Campus in East Long Beach and the Pacific Coast Campus in Central Long Beach has about 25,000 students enrolled.
Growing up, Dr. Reagan Romali did not envision herself as the superintendent-president of a community college. There were no aspirations of presiding over board of trustees meetings or fantasies of collaborating with faculty to craft pathways to graduation and transfer degrees
Replacing the head of a college district can take some time. The Long Beach Community College District (LBCCD) has been searching for a replacement to former Superintendent-President Eloy Oakley since last July, when he was unanimously selected as the next chancellor of the California Community Colleges System.