Leslie B Simon

Photo of Leslie B Simon Department Women's Studies Department 
 Office Cloud Hall 402A
 Phone (415) 239-3899
 Mailbox S55
 E-Mail lsimon@ccsf.edu
 Home Page https://sites.google.com/a/mail.ccsf.edu/leslie-simon/
 Fall 2010 
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B.A., History
University of Michigan (Phi Beta Kappa)
M.A., African Studies
UCLA
M.A., English
University of California, Berkeley





Ms. Simon has been teaching at CCSF since 1975.

She believes in a student-centered classroom where all students feel empowered to speak and debate with each other and the instructor. Her goal is for students to establish life-long learning habits along with critical thinking skills to enrich their personal lives and to enable them to contribute to their communities.

Ms. Simon coordinates Project SURVIVE, the CCSF sexual violence prevention program, and serves on the Discrimination and Harassment Prevention Committee. She also served as the Women's Studies Department chair for nine years (2001-2010).

Member:
National Women's Studies Association
American Association of University Women
Community College Humanities Association
PEN Oakland

Ms. Simon has published essays and poetry in various journals and anthologies as well as several collections of poetry: "Collisions and Transformations," Coffee House Press, 1992; "High Desire," Wingbow Press, 1983; "i rise/ you riz/ we born," Artaud's Elbow, 1981; "Jazz/ is for white girls, too," Poetry for the People, 1977. She co-edited (with John Oliver Simon) "The Caged Collective," Aldebaran Review, 1978 and co-authored (with Jan Johnson Drantell) "A Music I No Longer Heard: The Early Death of a Parent," Simon and Schuster, 1998.

She is the recipient of hero awards from KQED and 92.7 FM and the Raymond Shonholtz Visionary Peacemaker Award from Community Boards.

Ms. Simon raised her children in San Francisco. Her daughter is a social worker, and her son is a city planner. She has two grandsons who live in nearby SF neighborhoods.

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