Growing up across the street from a university in Indiana, Cynthia Kellogg “always knew” she would be involved in education.
Born and raised along Cache Creek right outside of Woodland, Rodgers taught business-related classes full-time
for more than 30 years at WCC. Now retired, he continues as an adjunct faculty member, currently teaching
macro- and microeconomics.
Yolo Federal’s Chief Executive Office, Jenée Rawlings, started off as a teller at a rural mini mart
selling beer, gas, fish and bait. Shortly thereafter, she became a part-time bank teller and, through
determination and continued education — including obtaining an Associate’s Degree from Woodland
Community College — Rawlings has worked her way up to the top position at Yolo Federal.
“Indispensible” has many synonyms: Crucial. Essential. Fundamental. Imperative. Vital.
Turner, who passed away in April 2013, was one of the original 12 faculty members at Yuba College’s Woodland
Campus. He taught art and humanities for 35 years — bringing his love of art to hundreds of college students,
while also expanding their understanding of social justice with his calm, determined demeanor.