President, retired, formerly social worker and counselor, managed
the Lamont office of Kern Regional Center For The Developmentally Disabled (KRC).
He has taught Chicano Studies, Philosophy, Ethnic Studies, Foreign
Languages, and Child Development at
, as well as teaching courses for the Community Colleges Lifetime Credential in
Ethnic Studies and a course for parents (Developing Capable People) through
. Vargas studied 3 years of
Philosophy and 4 years of Theology at Santa Ursula Cuapa Colegio de Filosofia y
and is a graduate of the Theology Union,
Berkeley. He also holds a credential in
Ernest Donald Lewis,
Vice President and Secretary is a computer specialist who teaches technology and
broadcast production at Beardsley
Junior High School in Bakersfield, California. In addition, he has facilitated
numerous classes for CTAP Region 8 and the University of San Diego in Kern
County where he has helped Kern County educators develop and maintain computer
skills and technology-related curriculum. Mr. Lewis is also a
professional musician and has taught stringed instruments since 1981.
Li, PhD, MARes, MA, MA & BA, is
currently a Visiting Professor of International Studies at Nnakai University.
Before that, he was the post-doctoral research fellow at the Keck Center
for International Studies at Claremont McKenna College. He was also a Yeching
Fellow at Harvard University during 1988-90. He was the Director of
Asian-Pacific Rim Project at HAECF during 1996-98.