Sacramento City College
Virginia May is a professor of mathematics and statistics at Sacramento City College and vice president of the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges (ASCCC). Currently, she is chair of the Legislative and Advocacy Committee and the Transfer Alignment Project, second chair of the Career and Technical Education Leadership Committee, and she serves on the Chancellor’s Office Consultation Council, the AB 705 Implementation and Evaluation Collaborative Workgroup, the Chancellor’s Office Ethnic Studies Steering Committee and Taskforce, and the Intersegmental Committee of Academic Senates. Her other recent roles have included liaison to the Faculty Association of the California Community Colleges, RP Group strategic advisor, CSU General Education Advisory Committee, IGETC Standards Committee, Curriculum Committee, California Community Colleges Curriculum Committee, Accreditation Committee, Educational Policies Committee, and Transfer, Articulation, and Student Services Committee. In addition to her work on the ASCCC, she has held numerous leadership positions at college, district, state, and regional levels, including president of the college and district academic senates; chair of the Accreditation and Curriculum Committees, president of the ASCCC Foundation, ACCJC commissioner, and a member of many accreditation visiting teams. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mathematics from California State University, Sacramento.