Welcome to Intelecom Learning

Intelecom Learning is a leading developer of curriculum-aligned courseware for online and classroom-based learning. We bring instructional design, content development and educational technology together to offer teachers and students alike a range of learning solutions and tools for undergraduate, career and adult learning.

As a public-owned, non-profit corporation formed for the benefit of California community colleges, our mission derives from that of the California community colleges. We work to develop an understanding of common needs and common opportunities, and to offer solutions that individual colleges might not be able to afford but which all of the colleges working collectively can benefit from.

Who We Are

Intelecom Learning is a non-profit service of California community colleges using technology to open doors to learning and improve student success.
Intelecom Learning acts as the designated agency for the Southern California Consortium for Community College Television, a California Joint Powers Authority comprising 15 California community college districts.

  • Dr. Allen Dooley, CEO, x235
  • Cameron Cox, Vice President, x212
  • Meg Cundiff, Sr. Director, x210
  • Peter Grant, COO/CFO, x209
  • Wanda Harden, Account Manager, x222
  • Joel Lopez, Web Manager, x205
  • Suzy Melendez, Coordinator: Administration & Finance, x200
  • Sydnee Risk, Director: Production Services, x202
  • Victor Toledo, Editor, x229
  • Chris Valle, Accounting Specialist, x203

What We Do

Collaboration 90
Content Development 95
Instructional Design 85
Educational Technology 75

Our Board of Directors

Erika Endrijonas
Erika EndrijonasPresident
Los Angeles Valley College
1/1/16 - 12/31/17
Dr. Erika Endrijonas has over 20 years of experience in higher education. She has been serving as LA Valley College president since August 2014. Previously, she served as Executive Vice President and Accreditation Liaison Officer of Oxnard College.
Jean Shankweiler
Jean ShankweilerVice President, Academic Affairs
El Camino College
1/1/16 - 12/31/17
Dr. Jean Shankweiler was named the Vice President of Academic Affairs at El Camino College in May 2015. She has served at El Camino since 1988, first as a chemistry professor and, since 2007, as Dean of Natural Sciences.
Cherylee Kushida
Cherylee KushidaDistance Education Coordinator
Santa Ana College
1/1/16 - 12/31/17
Cherylee Kushida is the Distance Education Coordinator at Santa Ana College, one of the top associate degree producers nationally for minority students. Prior to her role in Distance Education Cherylee was the Department Chair for Computer Science and in a former pre-educational life, enjoyed her work in industry at IBM.
John Makevich
John MakevichDirector of Special Projects
College of the Canyons
1/1/16 - 12/31/17
John Makevich returned to College of the Canyons as Director of Special Projects in January 2016, after spending a year as the Director of Strategic Planning and Operations for the California Community Colleges Online Education Initiative. John has a decade of experience in distance education leadership including his prior role at College of the Canyons as Director of Distance and Accelerated Learning.
Joe Moreau
Joe MoreauVice Chancellor, Technology
Foothill De Anza CC District
1/1/15 - 12/31/16
Joseph Moreau earned his BA in Visual Arts at the University of California, San Diego and his MA in Education at Cal State Los Angeles. He has held a variety of leadership positions including manager of the Instructional Resources Center at Pasadena City College; Dean of Learning Resources at West Hills College; Dean of Academic Information Services at MiraCosta College; and Chief Technology Officer for SUNY Oswego. Most recently, Joseph has taken on responsibility for California Community Colleges Online Education Initiative – a $77 million grant to reengineer the system’s online instruction and support services.
Rick Shaw
Rick ShawExecutive Director of Technology and Chief Information Systems Officer
Antelope Valley College
1/1/15 - 12/31/16
Rick Shaw is a technology manager with over twenty-five years of senior strategic and operations experience. Since 2013, he has been supporting over 16,000 faculty and students at Antelope Valley Community College District as Executive Director of Technology. Previously, he has served in various technology-related roles within California’s higher education system, including the Ventura County Community College District, CSU Northridge and the CSU Office of the Chancellor, and UC San Francisco.
Vacant1/1/15 - 12/31/16

Our Member Colleges