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The Board of Trustees governs the Mt. San Jacinto Community College District. It consists of five elected members, each representing one of the five trustee areas of the district. Voters in each of the areas elect the trustee for a four-year term. 

MSJC Board of Trustees

Board of Trustees (L-R): Ann Motte (Area 4); Vicki Carpenter (Area 3, Clerk); Tom Ashley (Area 5); Sherrie Guerrero, Ed.D. (Area 1); Dorothy McGargill (Area 2, President).

Meeting Agendas

trustee areas


Roger W. Schultz

Superintendent/President

Roger W. Schultz is the Superintendent/President of Mt. San Jacinto College, a position he has held since 2008. He joined MSJC in 2001 to fill the position of Vice President of Student Services. He also served as interim Vice President of Instruction at the college, as well as the executive director of the MSJC Foundation. Mt San Jacinto serves more than 27,000 students throughout a 1,700-square-mile district. The campuses in the district are: the San Gorgonio Pass Campus, the San Jacinto Campus, the Menifee Valley Campus, the Temecula Higher Education Campus and, opening in Fall 2020, the Temecula Valley Campus.

  • B.A., University of Southern California, Los Angeles

  • M.A., University of Southern California, Los Angeles

  • Ph.D., Capella University

Roger Schultz


Jeremy Brown

Interim Vice President, Instruction

Dr. Jeremy Brown is interim Vice President of Instruction at Mt. San Jacinto College. He started at Mt. San Jacinto College in 2007 as a music instructor and served as Department Chair on the Menifee Valley Campus before taking the position of the Dean of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at the Menifee Valley Campus. Jeremy released a CD with his jazz quartet and another with students in the MSJC Jazz Ensemble in 2014. He is still active in music performance and education throughout Southern California, working with many of the finest musicians and educators. He is called on regularly to clinic and adjudicate at music festivals, and performs as a guest artist for various music programs.

  • B.M.E, Baylor University

  • M.M., University of Texas, Austin

  • D.M.A., University of Texas, Austin

Jeremy Brown


John Colson

Vice President, Student Services

Dr. John Colson has served as Vice President of Student Services at Mt. San Jacinto College since 2017. He has more than 20 years of experience in educational student services, including at Coastline and Grossmont community colleges. He has had the honor of co-writing and publishing scholarly papers on topics ranging from religion to book reviews.  John has made numerous presentations at academic conferences on topics ranging from “Deconstructionism and Theology” to “Emotional Intelligence.” He enjoys and thrives on interaction with others, building relationships, and working to help student achieve their academic and life goals. 

  • B.A., Toccoa Falls College

  • M.A., University of Georgia

  • Ed.D., University of Georgia

John Colson


Beth Gomez

Vice President, Business Services

Beth Gomez is the Vice President of Business Services at Mt. San Jacinto Community College District. For over 30 years, Ms. Gomez has been in finance and education serving as the Vice President of Business Services at Norco College in the Riverside Community College District, Dean of Business Services at Mt. San Jacinto Community College District, District Budget Manager at Riverside Community College District, teacher in K-12 USD, Administrative Services Officer of a Special District and a Finance Manager with the County of Riverside.

She has extensive experience budgeting, finance and accreditation. She has participated on several external Evaluation Teams for Accreditation and has co-chaired the Resources standard (III) for Norco College and Mt. San Jacinto College’s Self-Evaluation.

Beth is also an adjunct Instructor at California Baptist University teaching Law & Finance in Higher Education.

  • B.A., California State University, San Bernardino

  • M.S., California Baptist University

Beth Gomez


Brandon Moore

Vice President, Institutional Effectiveness and Enrollment Management

Mr. Brandon Moore serves as the Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness and Enrollment Management at Mt. San Jacinto College. He began at Mt. San Jacinto College in 2005 as an Associate Faculty in Mathematics. Over the past decade he has served in various roles at the institution, including a full-time Mathematics faculty, Assessment Coordinator, Dean of Instruction-Mathematics and Science, and Interim Vice President of Instruction.

Previous to his work in higher education, Mr. Moore served as a corporate trainer and supervisor at GEICO.

  • B.A., Point Loma Nazarene University

  • M.S., San Diego State University

Brandon Moore


Joyce Johnson

Executive Dean, Instruction

Joyce Johnson is Executive Dean of Instruction at Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC).  She provides leadership and support to 18 Career Education programs and oversees a robust Continuing Education & Workforce Training Department.  Mrs. Johnson joined MSJC in 1998 as a faculty member in the Department of Nursing and Allied Health. In 2007, she accepted the position of Dean of Career Education and Workforce Development.  Mrs. Johnson accepted her current position as Executive Dean of Instruction in 2018. Her professional career spans more than 30 years, with 25 years as a registered nurse and 20 years of experience in the California Community College system.  She serves on several local and statewide advisory boards promoting student access to higher education and student success.  Mrs. Johnson provides strong leadership in securing grant funding to support career education and workforce development programs and developing strategies for successful collaboration, implementation and innovation for the MSJC Career Education department.  She establishes and maintains strong working relationships with business industry partners, educational entities, colleagues and staff members.  

  • A.A., San Bernardino Valley Community College

  • A.S., Victor Valley Community College

  • B.S., University of Phoenix

  • M.S., California State University, Dominguez Hills

Joyce Johnson


Jeannine Stokes

Executive Dean, Human Resources
Chief Human Resources Officer

Jeannine Stokes is the Executive Dean of Human Resources at Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC), where she has worked since 2012. She has 30 years of experience in human resources. She’s an active member and co-chair of several shared governance committees at MSJC, including Professional Development, Accreditation Team, EEO Advisory, Diversity, Institutional Planning, Institutional Assessment and Program Review, Fringe Benefits, Joint Hiring, and Title V.

  • B.A., Brandman University

  • M.A., Keller Graduate School of Management

Jeannine Stokes.


Rebecca Teague

Executive Dean of Institutional Effectiveness and Strategic Initiatives

Rebecca Teague joined Mt. San Jacinto College in 2004 and has served in many key roles, including Grants Coordinator, Grants Director, and Associate Dean of Institutional Effectiveness and Planning. She has served as Mt. San Jacinto College’s Accreditation Liaison Officer (ALO) for the past decade. She has 20 years of government service experience that includes serving a national non-profit organization and a water municipality. She began her career working as a senior program director with the American Lung Association.

  • B.A., University of California, Los Angeles

  • M.A., California State University, Dominquez Hills

Rebecca Teague


Kristen Grimes

Director of Board and Executive Services

Kristen M. Grimes is the Director of Board and Executive Services at Mt. San Jacinto College, a position she has held since January 2017. She joined MSJC in 2001 providing administrative support for several career education categorical programs before transitioning into the President’s Office in 2004. Prior to joining the President’s Office, Kristen served her fellow classified professionals as Classified Senate President, as well as Treasurer for CSEA Chapter 767. Kristen’s areas of expertise include participatory governance, board policies and administrative procedures, administrative support to internal and external accreditation site visits, and administrative support to executive leadership and the Board of Trustees.

  • A.S., Mt. San Jacinto College

  • B.A., Brandman University

Kristen Grimes