Dr. Gilbert H. Stork
Superintendant / President
Dr. Gilbert H. Stork was selected as Cuesta College’s Superintendent/President, first on an interim basis on January 1, 2010, and then permanently on November 2, 2011. He has a longstanding relationship with Cuesta College, first serving as a physical education instructor/assistant football coach beginning in 1967, and then as a mathematics instructor in 1970. He has also served the college as Division Chair for Mathematics and Physical Science, Associate Dean, Dean of Sciences, Mathematics, and Physical Education/Athletics, Assistant Superintendent/ Vice President of Student Services, Interim Dean of Humanities, Interim Dean of Workforce and Economic Development, and Interim Superintendent/President. Prior to Cuesta College, Dr. Stork taught mathematics and coached football/baseball at San Luis Obispo High School from 1964-1967.
Dr. Stork earned a B.S. Mathematics 1963, and M.A. Mathematics, 1965 from California Polytechnic State University (SLO), and received an Ed.D. Educational Administration in1981 from Brigham Young University.
Dr. Stork has been an active Rotarian for 27 years and serves on the board of directors for several community organizations. His accolades include the SLO Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year for 2000, the President’s Award for Excellence in Leadership, Cuesta College 2004, Service Award from the SLO County School Boards Association, and Cal Poly School of Education Friend of Education Award for 2011.
Dr. Stork is married to Janice, his wife of 49 years, and they have five adult children and ten grandchildren.