Columbia College–Los Alamitos director, Carl David, nominated for Laguna Niguel's Citizen of the Year Award

Carl David
Carl David, director of Columbia College–Los Alamitos, was nominated for the 2010 Laguna Niguel Citizen of the Year Award recognizing community members whose volunteer service has had a significant impact on the city.

 “We are proud of the work Carl is doing in his community,” said Mike Randerson, vice president for Adult Higher Education. “He is a great role model for our students.”

David’s many community service projects include serving on the planning committee for the Laguna Niguel Parade and on the Board of Directors for the Greater Los Angeles Chapter of the Association of the United States Army as well as spearheading several successful fundraisers for community members. He is active in the local schools, leading a beautification program, serving on the booster club, volunteering to drive and chaperone field trips, speaking to the students on Veterans Day in addition to encouraging schools to adopt military families throughout the holidays. He volunteers in youth sports organizations and is active in his church.

“Being nominated for this award is an honor, and I’m proud to be in such great company,” said David.

David has been director of Columbia College–Los Alamitos since 2009. The campus, located on the Joint Forces Training Base, is part of the college’s extended network of more than 30 Nationwide Campuses across the country.

David lives in Laguna Niguel with his wife, Amy, and children, Sarah and Andrew.