As a young black girl in Mississippi, Del Anderson risked everything to stand up against racism—the first of many courageous acts that shaped her into a visionary leader who rose to the top of her profession in higher education and changed countless lives in the process. Del was the first woman president of San Jose College and the first woman and African American chancellor of City College of San Francisco. Today, she is a valued member of CampusWorks' Executive Advisory Board. See Del's leadership in action...
Words Matter (Part I)
Learn how Del stood up against racism and discovered the power of her voice.
Leadership in Action (Part II)
From expulsion to the chancellorship, hear the rest of Del's incredible story.