Members and Partners

The Santa Barbara AEBG Consortium (formerly the Santa Barbara AB86 Consortium) was formed in accordance with AB 104 legislation enacted in 2015. Effective July 1, 2015, the Santa Barbara AEBG Consortium was allocated $750,000 for the 2015-2016 fiscal year with allocations of $773,016 for 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 and $804,710.00 for 2018-2019. The Consortium meets on a regular basis to plan and implement education programs serving the needs of adults in our region.


Santa Barbara Community College District | SBCCD

  • Official Representative: Dr. Melissa V. Moreno, Consortium Chair

Santa Barbara County Education Office | SBCEO

  • Official Representative: Sharon Brown

Santa Barbara County Workforce Development Board | SBCWDB

  • Official Representative: Raymond L. McDonald

Carpinteria Unified School District | CUSD

  • Official Representative: Gerardo Cornejo

Santa Barbara Community College District | SBCCD

  • Corlei Prieto, Santa Barbara Adult Education Consortium Director



California Department of Rehabilitation – Santa Barbara District

RESCARE One-Stop Career Center

Santa Barbara City College 
     Adult High School | GED 
     Career Skills Institute 
     Career Technical Education
     Community Education Center 
     Disability Services and Programs for Students
     English as a Second Language
     Office of Institutional Assessment, Research and Planning 
     Short Term Vocational 
     Student Support Services

Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department

Santa Barbara County Employees’ University

Santa Barbara Public Library System

Santa Barbara Unified School District

Special Education & Learning Services

Tri-Counties Regional Center

United Cerebral Palsy Work, Inc. – Santa Barbara County

* Partners include local public agencies, departments, and offices, particularly those with responsibility for local public safety and social services; workforce investment boards; libraries; and community-based nonprofit organizations. The Santa Barbara Adult Education Consortium is inclusive and invites more qualified partners to the table.