About Stan Skipworth

Stan Skipworth is the Assistant Vice President of Safety at the Claremont Colleges, which include: Harvey Mudd College, Pomona College, Claremont McKenna College, Scripps College, Claremont Graduate University and the Keck Graduate Institute. Stan also serves as a public policy/public safety consultant and legislative advisor for state and national campus law enforcement professional organizations. Stan was selected among Security Magazine's "Most Influential People in Security" in 2017, and was named Campus Safety Magazine's "Director of the Year" in 2016. A Past President of the California Association of Councils of Governments, Stan is a former Mayor of the City of Corona (CA) and was a member of its City Council from 2006-2014; and is Police Chief Emeritus of California State University, Long Beach. Stan enjoys traveling throughout the United States, reading–particularly on the subject of philosophy–and music. Stan and his wife of 29 years, Michell, have eight children, ages 11-25. For their continued support of young people in the Southern California region, Stan and Michell have been honored with the Angels in Adoption Award presented by the United States Congress; have received the YMCA’s Victor Award; and have been recognized by several local organizations.

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Public Service: A New Season

Public Service: A New Season

There is a special time of the year when the early mornings and late afternoons become oddly familiar to us.  A cool breeze that accompanies a rising sun or the subtle tones of the early evening as the stars begin to appear:  It is indeed a sight and setting that in...
And the Award Goes To…

And the Award Goes To…

For every leader of an organization that seeks a higher level, accomplishing significant milestones can be a powerfully reaffirming process.  Team members or groups selected for achievements draw an understandably renewed and deepened intrinsic value and worth to the...
Service is Not a Dilemma

Service is Not a Dilemma

Each of us within our professional roles have a fundamental responsibility to support our organization to the extent that we must also support our colleagues and peers if we are truly dedicated to the greater success of the company. But, when exactly does that...
New Learning at a Higher Level

New Learning at a Higher Level

“Each of us are the Chief Executives of our learning.”  – Dr. Terrence Roberts For each of us, the process and opportunities to advance come with some form of a requisite series of achievements.  These can be accomplishing advanced college degrees, new...
Public Policy: The Good & Bad

Public Policy: The Good & Bad

Local, regional and even national public policy brings both opportunity to grow and evolve, and on occasion, a related opportunity to step back to a previous position or place if a policy doesn’t work.  Two excellent illustrations of ‘the choice after the choice’ I...
A Sprint to Courage

A Sprint to Courage

Several years ago while facilitating a leadership course, I had the privilege to meet and converse at length with former United States Track & Field sprinter and 1968 Olympic Bronze Medalist John Carlos. You may remember well the lasting image of John, his...
Teamwork Starts at Your Very First Job

Teamwork Starts at Your Very First Job

Throughout the course of my law enforcement career, I found myself—like many others—working to serve and in turn, to have the opportunity to advance in my profession.  As I sought those special assignments, lead roles on projects and ultimately promotions, I learned...
Recipes of Leadership

Recipes of Leadership

The difference between scrambled eggs, an omelet, a quiche and a soufflé are actually very subtle and can be found almost entirely among the people who prepare these dishes. But Why? Recently, I had the rare occasion for some late-evening television.  On this...
The Three States of Momentum

The Three States of Momentum

There is an intriguing co-existence of frequencies in all organizations that leaders are quite familiar with:  That individuals typically are driven by motivation, while organizations (or substantial groups within them) predominantly run on morale.  Leaders–and...
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