2022 Hayward Award Winners

Marilyn BrockDr. Marilyn Brock, Coastline College

Dr. Brock is Coastline College’s English and Humanities Department Co-Chair, and is also the Faculty Accreditation Coordinator from 2020 to 2023. In addition to these roles, she has also served on the Hispanic/LatinX Affinity Group, Umoja Community Advisory Board, and Coast Community College District’s Leadership Pipeline Program. Dr. Brock  also served as the Co-Chair of the Coastline Pathways Professional Development Workgroup. She is the current Editor of the Nzuri Literary and Arts Journal at Coastline College.

Dr. Brock’s commitment to service goes beyond Coastline College and her district. She has been an Academic Senator since 2017, and she has served on both the Curriculum Committee and the Professional Development and Leadership Committee.


Winsome JacksonDr. Winsome Jackson, Sierra College

Dr. Jackson has been involved in countless student scholar focused co-curricular events, from her leadership on the African American History and Culture planning workgroup to her involvement with the Project Unity Club and Umoja.

Dr. Jackson is currently serving as the vice president of the Academic Senate and the co-chair of the Presidential Equity Advisory committee, and she has previously participated in the Equity Educator Mentorship Program. She has also served as the chair of the Sierra College New Legacy Committee for many years, a standing committee of the Sierra College Academic Senate focused on the success and well-being of historically underrepresented students. Dr. Jackson has also been a member of the EEO advisory committee, and is also one of the initiators of the BIPOC group wherein she plays an immeasurably important role in facilitating community and providing support for our colleagues of color.


Anne KingsleyDr. Anne Kingsley, Diablo Valley College

Dr. Kingsley first began her career in education at the Friends of Island Academy, where she worked with formerly incarcerated students and supported them to achieve Pre-GEDs and GEDs in the state of New York.  At DVC she has been actively involved in the Umoja learning community as a teacher and mentor, and serving on the Umoja Steering Committee. She has also taught for the PACE learning community, which targets returning/working students.

As distance education coordinator she led the team who developed the Becoming an Effective Online Instructor (BEOI) course and the Peer Online Mentorship Program (POMP). Dr. Kingsley also created and manages the college’s Digital Learning Lab and led the Distance Education Committee to create an online equity rubric.