Eric Magallon's Bio - Owl Bookshop - Citrus College I have been involved in the college bookstore industry for over 34 years. My college bookstore experience began as a student worker at the Owl Bookshop at Citrus College in 1984. Working over the years in all aspects of bookstore operations led to a full time position as operations coordinator. After leaving for three years in the late 90's to spend full time on my own business consulting to companies on office space usage, interior design, and employee interaction to space utilization, I was asked back as a consultant to the Owl Bookshop. Coming home to the Citrus College family lead to a full time position managing Bookstore and Food Services growing operations. My new position as Enterprise Services Manager oversees the Bookstore Services, Cosmetology Spa services, Food Services, Golf Range, Mailroom/Reprographics services, and Vending/Contract services. On campus, I am involved with various Citrus committees, the Alumni Association and Citrus College Foundation. My previous board experience involves serving on not-for-profit and non-profit boards over the years in all positions.

Managing bookstores in our current business environment is very challenging and requires teamwork, communication and guidance from other bookstore team members, vendors, legislators, associations, and the educational institution we serve. Campus bookstores, as we know them, are changing along with technology, customer needs and desires, instructional needs, and institutional restructuring. It is in times like these, campus bookstores depend on member associations like CACS for guidance and support. I have been a proud to be a member of the CACS Board of Directors, including serving as President in 2015, and have continued to help our CACS team with outreach, professional development, and providing members the benefits they need during these difficult times.


Aaron Ochoa's Bio - UC Davis - UC Davis Stores

Textbook Manager: Nevada Wolf Shop, Reno, Nevada from 2008 to 2014 Textbook Manager: Nevada Wolf Shop, Reno, Nevada from 2008 to 2014 and executed programs and services in relation to the textbook department; such as digital textbooks and rental programs. Reduced textbook costs by 3 million dollars over 2 years by reviewing all financial data to set goals, observing industry trends, providing competitive pricing and changing current margin standards from net price to market price.

Assistant Director: Nevada Wolf Shop, Reno, Nevada from 2014 to 2017. Support, and provide professional development to the classified and student staff in the Textbook, Computer, and Supplies departments. Fiscal responsibilities of the above the departments, including marketing, inventory control, margin and sales goals, and the operational budget. Create and maintain professional relationships with academic, administrative and students services departments.

Director: UC Davis Stores, Davis California from 2017 to Present. Provide leadership to a 17million dollar operation, which includes 34 carrier staff members and over 200 student staff members. Fiscal and operational oversite of 7 locations including a 27,000 sq. foot off site warehouse. Creation of a positive and effective work environment and a culture that fosters innovation and growth.

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Eric Magallon (Owl Bookshop, Citrus College) Nominee for VP/President Elect 2019
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Aaron Ochoa (UC Davis Stores, UC Davis) Nominee for Store Director 2019-2021
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