About the Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees is the official governing body of Houston Community College. The Board is composed of nine members who are elected from single-member districts and who serve without remuneration. Board members are elected to staggered six-year terms. The Board has final authority to determine and interpret the policies that govern HCC. As part of their duties, the trustees maintain a full schedule of community service, public appearances, speaking engagements and legislative affairs on behalf of HCC. Board members represent an impressive mix of individual talents and professional backgrounds enabling them to provide governance of the highest quality.

HCC Board of Trustee meetings are livestreamed at this link: www.hccs.edu/livestream (Check Board meetings schedule for more specifics).

Statement from HCC Board Chair regarding July 13, 2017 special meeting.

Board Members

Eva L. Loredo
District VIII

Dr. Carolyn Evans-Shabazz

Dr. Carolyn Evans-Shabazz
District IV
Vice Chair


Dr. John P. Hansen
District VI

Zeph Capo
District I

Dave Wilson
District II

Dr. Adriana Tamez
District III

Robert Glaser
District V

Neeta Sane
District VII

Christopher W. Oliver
District IX

Additional Resources


Statement from HCC Board Chair

Jul 13, 2017

We are proud to be part of this important institution in Houston, which plays a critical role in helping to educate and change the lives of more than 100,000 people each year. Yet, with all of our many successes, we are also impacted when our college is harmed by those entrusted to lead and protect it.


Spring 2017 Newsletter from Trustee Eva Loredo

Jun 8, 2017

As the new Chair of the HCC Board of Trustees, it is my honor and privilege to serve our community. I am committed to generating student success by supporting our faculty, staff and students and bringing in additional partnerships with regional businesses to create the ultimate student experience.