District Board of Trustees

Our Trustees

Founded in 1968, Hillsborough Community College is one of 28 member institutions in the Florida College System. HCC is governed by a five-member, local District Board of Trustees. The governor of Florida appoints local citizens representing diverse backgrounds and industry to volunteer their service on the Board. Florida statutes provide the Board of Trustees (BOT) with the authority to adopt rules and procedures on issues related to the fulfillment of the college’s mission, including, but not limited to, governance, curriculum and instruction, programs, building, budget and finance, and personnel. The president of the college reports directly to the Board of Trustees.

The BOT meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month. Meetings are rotated between the Dr. Gwendolyn W. Stephenson District Administration Center and the campuses.

  • Betty Viamontes

    Betty Viamontes - Chair

    Term: 1/4/16 - 1/31/19

    Mrs. Viamontes is the Chief Financial Officer for the Lions Eye Institute for Transplant and Research. She received her MBA in Business Administration from USF.
     

  • Randall Reid

    Randall Reid - Vice Chair

    Term: 8/18/09 - 5/31/21

    Mr. Reid is the Vice President of Business Development for JE Dunn Construction. He received his BS in Accounting from the University of Florida.

  • Dipa Shah

    Dipa Shah

    Term: 2/25/15 - 5/31/18

    Mrs. Shah is President of DSA Consulting. She received her Bachelor's Degree from Temple University and a law degree from the Widener University School of Law.

  • Arthur "Chip" Diehl III

    Arthur "Chip" Diehl III

    Term: 10/10/17 - 5/31/21

    Brig. Gen. Chip Diehl, Ret. is the managing director at Diehl Associates. He received his Bachelor's Degree from the United States Air Force Academy and his Master's Degree from the University of Southern California.

  • 2019 HCC student trustee, Rashad Stubbs

    Rashad Stubbs

    Term: 8/19/19 - 7/20/2020

    Rashad is an HCC Honors student and is actively involved in the HCC community. His service includes the Student Government Association, Phi Theta Kappa and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. He has also served as a resident assistant at HCC’s student apartment complex, Hawks Landing, and is a member of the Engineering Club.

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