Vice Chancellor of Workforce and Economic Development
Sheneui Weber is the Vice Chancellor of Workforce and Economic Development at the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, representing the largest and most diverse higher education system in the country with 116 colleges, serving over 2.1 million students.
Ms. Weber has more than 25 years of experience linking education and training to business and industry, with a focus on entrepreneurial growth, job creation and meeting the workforce training needs of industry. She launched and led a number of multi-million dollar initiatives serving small businesses and the community, including the Innovation Fund SoCal in partnership with the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation; the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program with the Goldman Sachs Foundation; and the Los Angeles Region Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration, serving Los Angeles, Ventura, and Santa Barbara counties.
Her prior roles include Chief Operating Officer for the College Advancement & Economic Development Division at the Long Beach Community College District, where she was responsible for the district’s economic and workforce development programs, strategy and operations, and building numerous public-private partnerships; Director of On-Site Implementation for the Southwestern Division of Adecco Group North America, a Global Fortune 500 company and leader in Human Resources solutions, where she oversaw account implementations of numerous Fortune 500 company clients; and Director of the Software Engineering Forum for Training (SEFT), a unique training consortium of major aerospace companies that provided tailored training for software engineers and managers on software engineering process improvement and management practices, while at California State University, Long Beach.
Ms. Weber holds a Master’s in Telecommunication & Film from San Diego State University, and a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Pacific Union College.
She was named to the CCST Board of Directors in 2019.