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Judith M. Chambers

February 24, 2010

Judith M ChambersJudith M. Chambers is currently the Special Assistant to the Vice President for University Advancement at the University of the Pacific. Prior to this position, she was Vice President for Student Life at Pacific for 27 years. During her years in Student Affairs, she built a nationally recognized program. She was very active in her professional association at the state and national level. She received the two highest awards given by NASPA for her leadership in the Student Affairs profession. Before coming to Pacific, She worked at the Mt. Union College in Alliance, Ohio, where she was a Dean, taught speech as well as coached debate.

She was the first woman invited to join the then 75-year-old Stockton Rotary Club. Currently, she is a member of the Business Leadership Summit Executive Leadership Committee, and the board of Directors for Stockton Beautiful. Mrs. Chambers is the Vice President of Delta Health Care, the Empress of WHIM and member of KVIE San Joaquin County Advisory Committee.

Judy’s influence extends far beyond Pacific. She was appointed by President’s Ronald Reagan and George Bush, Sr. to serve on the Board of Directors for the Student Loans Marketing Association Board (SALLIE MAE).She was also appointed by Governor Pete Wilson to represent California on the WITCHE Board (Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education). From 1987-1996 she co-chaired the Network of Colleges and Universities Committee to the Elimination of Substance Abuse on College Campuses. She has received several other State Congressional Federal and Academic Appointments.

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