Wyman M. Fong currently serves as Vice Chancellor of Human Resources for the Chabot-Las Positas Community College District (CLPCCD). Wyman is responsible for the management of district human resource functions and works with human resource services’ managers to plan and administer equal opportunity, employment and employee relations, organizational development and training, emergency preparedness, benefits and workers’ compensation, and payroll services.
Prior to joining the CLPCCD, Wyman was employed by the Peralta Community College District for more than a decade, serving in various administrative positions including Special Assistant to the Chancellor, Human Resources Manager, and finally as the school district’s Director of Human Resources.
Wyman was elected by his statewide colleagues to serve as President of the Association of Chief Human Resource Officers and Equal Employment Officers (ACHRO/EEO) from 2010-2012. Effective July 1, 2012, he will represented the statewide organization as Past President, and currently serves as a founder member/commissioner of the HR Academy.
ACHRO/EEO is a non-profit organization assisting the Chief Human Resource Officers and staff in the California Community College system. The California Community College system is comprised of 72 districts, and 112 colleges. For more information regarding ACHRO/EEO click here.
In 2012, Wyman was also elected to serve a three-year term (through 2015) as a member of the Board of Directors for the Association of California Community College Administrators (ACCCA)
In 2015, Wyman received the 2015 Award for Progress in Diversity from this statewide higher education community. Wyman received multiple nominations from multiple community colleges throughout the state.
In 2016, Wyman was reelected to serve another three-year term through 2019. For more information regarding ACCCA click here.
Lastly, Wyman volunteers annually with the Leadership Development Program in Higher Education – a partnership between APAHE and Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics (LEAP), Inc. Since its founding in 1982, LEAP has been intent on “growing leaders” within the Asian and Pacific Islander (API) communities across the country. For more information about LDPHE, click here.