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Welcome CSUSB Alumni!

Today’s Cal State San Bernardino alumni community includes more than 100,000 graduates—a number that is growing by more than 4,500 annually! You’re in all 50 states and in more than 43 countries, making your mark in meaningful ways.

Each of you is an important part of the 53-year-old educational heritage of Cal State San Bernardino and we want to strengthen that heritage by celebrating you and your accomplishments. If you are not receiving our newsletters, event information or magazine, please update your contact information and to let us know what’s happening in your life

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Terry Boykins '85

Terry Boykins was recipient of the 2016 DangerMan Community Hero Awards, held at the California African American Museum in Los Angeles on December 8, 2016, for his tireless work in promoting fatherhood importance in communities throughout the Southland and around the U.S. Dangerman is a protege of legendary superhero creator Stan Lee.

Amber Gray '02

The National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA) is honoring, Lake Elsinore, California resident Amber D. Gray, M.A. with the 2017 Honored Victim Advocate Award. This award honors pioneers in advocacy for their outstanding contributions, leadership and tireless efforts to advancing crime victims’ rights. Ms. Gray has demonstrated unwavering dedication to assisting and empowering victims and survivors of crime. She has been an inspiration to her community. Her extraordinary compassion, leadership and ingenuity in her work has helped countless victims and survivors begin to heal in the aftermath of a crime. The domestic violence community has been honored to have Ms. Gray, who is a counselor and victim advocate, work with them for twenty-four years. Ms. Gray has also gotten her city to declare Apr. 2-8, National Crime Victims' Rights Week. The attached photograph is of Ms. Gray receiving the proclamation in front of City Hall.

Ashley Houston '11

The sun is shining and beckoning Ashley Houston, a Southern California Edison technical planner, to come outside.

But before leaving the office, she adds some final touches to the construction plans she has been designing for a project to improve SCE’s power grid by upgrading power lines and replacing older utility poles in Victorville.

“That way we are creating a safer, more reliable way to get power to customers in our growing communities,” said Houston, who is based in SCE’s San Bernardino Regional Office. “By working with field engineers and civil inspectors, planners can accurately design the project to be completed in the field.”

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