Diversity Liaisons and councils
Diversity Liaisons are established in section 7.0 of the Nondiscrimination and Equal Opportunity section of the Senate Policy File to serve as liaison between the Chief Diversity Officer and their units, including offering informal advice and counseling to their peers and reporting to the Chief Diversity Officer on existing and new diversity initiatives within their respective units. The Inclusion Council comprises the liaisons from the academic colleges; the Equity Council comprises the liaisons from the divisions and auxiliaries.
Each unit (college, division, auxiliary) also has a local diversity council to review, advise, and provide feedback to the unit’s leadership regarding matters related to students, staff and faculty diversity, equity, and inclusion; provide guidance and support for the development, implementation and on-going assessment of unit diversity plans; and coordinate DEI initiatives within and across units and contribute to campus DEI initiatives.
Dr. Anne Donadey, Departments of European Studies and of Women’s Studies: Donadey’s research focuses on intersections of race, gender, and colonialism in literature and film, with a focus on Francophone North African voices. She is deeply committed to advancing campus diversity and equity, mentoring, and shared governance. Among other activities, she chaired the Senate Committee on Diversity, Equity and Outreach (DEO) for many years.
Dr. Arion T. Mayes, Department of Anthropology: Arion T. Mayes is a professor of biological anthropology at San Diego State University. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Colorado, Boulder, in 2001. She is a Research Associate with the New York African Burial Ground and the San Diego Museum of Man. Her work entails both national and international fieldwork in Oklahoma, California, and Oaxaca, Mexico, as well as the revitalization of unstudied museum collections. Her research in bioarchaeology and dental anthropology focuses on the effect of subsistence strategies on population health with an emphasis on transitional dietary regimes, and population variation as evidenced through morphological change, occupational stress, and disease processes. As one of the earliest regions of independent domestication of plants in the world, Oaxaca allows for temporally extensive studies of biocultural adaptations and the biological history of a region. She has authored several articles and one book chapter regarding the early people of the lower Rio Verde of Oaxaca, as well several articles on population and dental variation in New World populations. Dr. Mayes has received and participated in research grants and awards including the National Geographic Society, SDSU University Grants Program, NSF, and the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution.
Dr. Roy Whitaker, Department of Religious Studies: Dr. Roy Whitaker is an Associate Professor of Religion in the Department of Religious Studies at San Diego State University. He is affiliated faculty in Africana Studies, Weber Honors College, and the Master in Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences graduate program, as well as Director of the Metropolitan Area Pluralism Study. He earned his first Master’s degree at Princeton Theological Seminary and second at Harvard University. He obtained his Ph.D. in Philosophy of Religion and Theology at Claremont Graduate University. His research interests include Africana philosophy of religion, African American religious pluralism, and religious diversity in hip hop culture. Dr. Whitaker writes on Black religions, aesthetics, and humanist philosophies through various scholarly lens, including anti-colonial studies, liberationist epistemologies, and critical race theories. His most recent publications include, “‘Our Loyalties Must Become Ecumenical’: Martin Luther King Jr. as a Pluralist Theologian” (Journal of Ecumenical Studies), “Martin Luther King Jr. and Mormonism: Dialogue, Race, and Pluralism” (Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought), and “Black Utopian and Dystopian Technological Simulation: Tupac Shakur’s Holographic Persona at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival” (Świat i Słowo). His forthcoming articles on Greydon Square and Afrika Bambaataa will be appearing respectively in the Journal of Hip Hop Studies and the Journal of Contemporary Religion. Dr. Whitaker is currently completing research on Martin Luther King Jr. and the age of religious pluralism and hip hop religious pluralism.
Dr. Gabriel Gonzalez, Department of Marketing, Fowler College of Business: Dr. Gabriel Gonzalez is Associate Professor of marketing. He has served on the faculty
School of Global Management, Arizona State University, and Colorado State University. His areas of research and expertise include sales force management strategies, effective service management by organizations, and the effects of interpersonal networks among buying and selling firms on financial and customer relationship performance. Dr. Gonzalez has published extensively and his research has appeared in leading journals such as the Journal of Marketing, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, International Journal of Research in Marketing, among others. Dr. Gonzalez has extensive teaching experience in a wide range of academic programs, including teaching abroad in locations such as Brazil, Prague, and Saudi Arabia. He has received numerous department and college-wide teaching awards at the MBA and undergraduate levels. In addition, he has designed and delivered highly impactful corporate learning programs for firms such as Honeywell, Delphi, and Solar Turbines.
Dr. Amy Randel, Department of Management: Randel's research areas include diversity, identity, and inclusion in the workplace. Some of her current work includes inclusive leadership and identity implications involved in the process of sponsorship of women and minorities at work. She teaches courses on organizational behavior and creativity/innovation.
Dr. Cristian Aquino-Sterling: Aquino-Sterling serves as Associate Professor in the School of Teacher Education and as Associate Dean for Diversity and International Affairs in the College of Education. A version of his academic-professional profile can be found via the following link:
Dr. Sweta Sarkar is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering: She joined SDSU as a tenure-track faculty in August 2006. Her research interest lies in the area of wireless data networks. She has over 80 published research articles in technical journals, conference proceedings and book chapters. She is the Director of the NSF funded Wireless Networks Research Group at SDSU where she leads a team of Ph.D and Masters students along with Post-doctoral Fellows and visiting faculty and PhD students from various countries. She is the recipient of the President’s Leadership award at SDSU in 2010 for her excellence in research and the Outstanding Faculty Award in 2014 for her excellence in teaching. In her role as the Co-Director of Education in the NSF funded Engineering Research Center (Center for Neurotechnology), she conducts extensive outreach programs to the next generation of budding women scientists and those from underrepresented communities.
Dr. Harsimran Baweja: Harsimran Baweja PT PhD, is a physical therapist by clinical trade, a neurophysiologist by research training, and a mad scientist by choice. The main effect of this unusual combination is pushing the boundaries of norms for academic curiosity. Dr. Baweja is an Associate Professor of Physical Therapy at San Diego State University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. Since AY 2018, in collaboration with the CSU Chancellor’s Office – Academic Technology Services, he has facilitated a California State University Systemwide endeavor (Common Interest Group) on Immersive learning that meets once a month. This initiative aims to support a community of faculty, technologists and student enthusiasts in order to help provide students with experiences and activities beyond the current scope of the physical classroom. Through immersive exploration, discovery, context, focus, and access to leading-edge technologies, faculty and their students connect learning objectives to real-world problems. With an emphasis on eliminating achievement gaps, opportunities are presented to enhance and expand the academic repertoire of CSU students in all spheres – communication, mathematics, arts, technology and science (SDSU Strategic Plan – We Rise, We Defy; CSU Graduation Initiative 2025). Fun Fact: Baweja is an avid motorcyclist. He has completed several solo motorcycle expeditions to the Arctic Ocean, Route 66, India, Europe and Central America. The primary purpose of these expeditions is to provide freshwater supplies and medications (Motorrad Angels), meet the people, and learn about different cultures and lifestyles in the heart of each country. He recently led a group of riders to Sach Pass, one of the highest motorable passes in the Himalayas at 14500 ft.
Claire Norberg, College of Health and Human Services. Claire has been a staff member in the College of Health and Human Services Dean's Office since January 2007 and is currently an Analyst/Specialist. In her role, she works closely with staff, faculty, and students and enjoys the varied work she does in both her administrative and student service roles. Claire is also an SDSU alumna and a current master's student studying Environmental Health, with an interest in environmental justice. Fun fact: Claire has ridden motorcycles on numerous occasions with Dr. Baweja, and while not nearly as avid a rider (she prefers to sit on the back), she, too, loves the pursuit of adventure, travel, and learning about new cultures around the world
Dr. Alana Dillette, School of Hospitality, Tourism and Management (on leave Fall 2021): Alana Dillette is an Assistant Professor in the Payne School of Hospitality and Tourism Management where she advises the National Society for Minorities in Hospitality and serves as the Co-Director for Tourism RESET, an initiative focused on race, ethnicity and social equity in tourism. Originally from the islands of The Bahamas, Dr. Dillette conducts research that explores the intersection between tourism, race, gender & ethnicity. More specifically, she is working on research to gain a better understanding of the Black travel experience in addition to the challenges faced by Black hospitality and tourism professionals. As an educator, Dr. Dillette is equity-minded and dedicated to guiding her students to critically think and problem solve. Known to her students as "Dr. D", she strives to create an inclusive learning environment for all students through awareness and empathic teaching.
Dr. Nathian Shae Rodriguez, School of Journalism and Media Studies: Dr. Nathian Shae Rodriguez is an Assistant Professor of Digital Media in the School of Journalism & Media Studies at San Diego State University and core faculty in the Area of Excellence: Digital Humanities and Global Diversity. He specializes in critical-cultural and digital media studies. His research focuses on minority representation in media, specifically LGBTQ and Latinx portrayals and identity negotiation, as well as pop culture, identity, radio broadcasting, and issues of masculinity/mascing. Dr. Rodriguez also has 10 years of professional radio experience in on-air talent, sales, promotions, and social media marketing.
Dr. Allison Vaughn, Department of Psychology: Dr. Vaughn is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology where her research examines social relationships, stigma, and health. She also serves as the Associate Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning where she is helping graduate students develop their teaching skills and practices. Dr. Vaughn teaches the undergraduate and graduate courses and serves as the faculty advisor for the Psychology Club and Psi Chi (the international honor society in psychology).
Dr. Vadim Ponomarenko, Department of Mathematics: Vadim Ponomarenko is a professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, and has been with SDSU since 2006. To learn more, visit: http://vadim.sdsu.edu
Dr. Elizabeth Cordero, Department of Psychology, SDSU - Imperial Valley: Cordero's research focuses on eating disorders and body image, including cultural and familial contributions to these issues; resilience and promotion of mental and physical wellbeing in college students; quality of life and relationship with the body among cancer patients and survivors; and mental-health issues pertaining to Latinos, women, and individuals from lower socioeconomic statuses.
Gloria Rhodes, SDSU’s Outreach Librarian: Since 2002 Gloria Rhodes (M.L.S., North Carolina Central University) has been SDSU’s Outreach Librarian charged with realizing the library’s mission of informing and bringing into its facilities current and prospective students and faculty who need to know about services which impact, student athletes, student affairs and academic support staff, and chronically underserved socio-cultural, ethnic minority, and economically disadvantaged groups. She has made presentations at professional conferences held in Baton Rouge, Orlando, San Francisco, Houston, Denver, and Atlanta. Gloria chaired the Racial and Ethnic Diversity Committee of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL). She spent a sabbatical year researching and interviewing many prominent individuals in the city’s African American community laying the groundwork for future exploration.
Dr. William Tong, Vice Provost:
Dr. Joanna Brooks: Joanna Brooks is Associate Vice President of Faculty Advancement and professor of English and Comparative Literature. She is a national voice on religion and American life and the author or editor of six books on race, gender, colonialism, and religion in American literature and culture. Her recent books include The Book of Mormon Girl: A Memoir of An American Faith (Simon & Schuster, 2012), winner of the 2012 award in memoir from the Association of Mormon Letters, Transatlantic Feminisms in the Age of Revolutions (Oxford UP, 2012), and Why We Left: Untold Songs and Stories of America's First Immigrants (University of Minnesota, 2013). Her scholarship has been supported and honored with awards from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the American Philosophical Association, and the Modern Language Association. She has appeared as a commentator or guest on NPR, MSNBC, and the Daily Show, and her writing has also appeared in the Washington Post, Huffington Post, Tablet, Salon, and ReligionDispatches.org.
Patty Rea, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Associate Executive Director and Human Resources Director for Associated Students of SDSU: Patty has over 20 years of comprehensive human resources experience including recruitment and retention, conflict resolution, change management, labor relations, workers’ compensation and benefit administration. Patty is committed to fostering and cultivating a culture of diversity and inclusion within Associated Students. Patty also represents Associated Students as a board member of the Auxiliary Organization Association’s Executive Committee, as well as previously serving as the chair of the Benefits Committee. Patty holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from Point Loma Nazarene University.
Jenny Bramer, Executive Associate Athletic Director: Oversees seven sports teams and three departments in athletics. During her time at SDSU she has supervised 15 of the 19 sports.
Bramer represents SDSU as the Deputy Title IX Coordinator and is designated as the Senior Woman Administrator. She leads the Gender, Diversity, and Wellness (GAME) subcommittee of the Intercollegiate Athletics Council.
She is a founding member of the Sexual Violence Task Force. She coordinated opportunities for every student-athlete, coach and staff to receive sexual violence prevention training, created an assault policy, and developed a culture to report incidents. Additionally her commitment to wellness have led to the creation of the women's wellness clinic in the athletic department, the Aztecs' health educator position, and the SDSU Wellness initiative. Her true passion is guiding people toward success. She has mentored 30 aspiring Athletics Administrators through her internship program, created a professional development program for coaches called “Coaches Action and Advancement,” and conducts the “Aztec Baseball Pro Day: Career Fair for Plan A.”
Jennifer Lakin, SPHR, Director of Management Services, Aztec Shops, SDSU: Jennifer has extensive experience managing large human resources departments for mid to large-sized employers in both education and commercial settings. She has a passion for employee success demonstrated through her work with underserved communities and disabled internship programs. She serves as Human Resources Chair of CSU’s Auxiliary Organization Association (AOA). Jennifer, a native of San Diego, has a desire to not only create an inclusive environment within the San Diego State Community, but in her hometown. Jennifer holds her Senior Professional Human Resources (SPHR) designation from HRCI, her HR Certification from San Diego State Extended Studies, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business.
Jessica Rentto: As the Associate Vice President of Administration, Jessica Rentto develops, recommends and implements university policies and strategies to manage safety, risk, legal and human resource issues facing San Diego State University. Rentto oversees University Police, Risk Management, the Center for Human Resources, Employee Relations and Compliance, and Environmental Health and Safety. In this role, Rentto oversees investigations of unlawful discrimination, harassment and retaliation and works with the campus community to address issues relating to SDSU’s Non-Discrimination Policy. Rentto also acts as SDSU’s Title IX Coordinator and is responsible for coordinating the university’s efforts to comply with its obligations under Title IX and the Title IX regulations. These responsibilities include co-chairing the SDSU Sexual Violence Task Force, as well as coordinating investigations of complaints of sexual assault and sexual violence. She regularly provides trainings, consultation and technical assistance to students, faculty and staff on various subjects including risk management, employment and labor issues, Title IX and legal issues. Prior to coming to SDSU in 2006, Rentto was a practicing attorney, specializing in discrimination and harassment law. Rentto graduated from Duke University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy Studies and she obtained her Juris Doctorate from University of San Diego School of Law.
Kristine Catano, Registrar & Director of Student Enrollment: Kristine Catano is an enthusiastic administrator dedicated to working with students to ensure success. Kristine has over 13 years experience in higher education administration and has been in her role at SDSU Global Campus for over a year. Kristine's current position in the Global Campus Student Center oversees Global Campus Registration, Records and Admission Application processes. Kristine believes in creating equitable opportunities for underrepresented minority populations and is dedicated to finding innovative approaches to eliminating barriers to equity and inclusion. A proud Alumni, Kristine earned her B.A. in Sociology from San Diego State University. Kristine holds an Ed.D. in Organizational Change and Leadership from University of Southern California. Her doctoral dissertation examined LGTBQ student resource centers and their impact on student success and retention.
Rick Schultz, Associate Director, IT User Services: Driving ITSM and ITIL best practices to world-class standards using ServiceNow. Articulates
and implements roadmap and budget for ServiceNow strategic direction. Co-creates value
through stakeholder engagement and measures success through KPIs. Voluntarily develops
and drives IT Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) strategy as IT DEI Co-Chair since
Aurora Velasco: Aurora has over 15 years of experience working in technology in higher education, joining the the SDSU community in 2005 as Equipment Systems Specialist for the College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts. Previously, she served as a Technology Support Analyst for Arizona State University.
As ITS Support Lead, Aurora oversees the Student Assistants of ITS, coordinates the maintenance and support of smart classroom systems, training for faculty, day-to-day operations of the ITS One-Stop support and FIT Center, and contributes to video conferencing and special events. Starting in Fall 2019 Aurora is also serving as a member for the IT Division Diversity and Inclusion Planning committee.
B.S., Management Information Systems – University of Arizona
M.Ed., Educational Technology – San Diego State University
Aurora was once a contestant on the Price is Right, when it was still hosted by Bob Barker and Rod Roddy! Super legit. She played the Punch Game, spun 95 cents on the Big Wheel and made it to the Showcase at the end.
John Crockett: John Crockett is the Associate Vice President for Research Advancement in the Division of Research and Innovation at San Diego State University. Dr. Crockett's team is responsible for curating and amplifying the research reputation of SDSU at the institutional level. Dr. Crockett maintains two research programs, one focused on ethnic, racial and gender diversity in STEM higher education, and the second on the formation and function of teams, related to Team Science enterprises. Dr. Crockett is an expert on early-career faculty success, and an invited speaker for major university systems across the country and state and federal agencies including the California Energy Commission, NASA, USDA, and the Department of Defense, to name a few examples. Dr. Crockett received a Bachelor of Arts in Earth and Environmental Science from Wesleyan University, and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Marine Geology from the University of Washington.
Thom Harpole: Thom Harpole is SDSU’s Human Resources Director and manages workforce administration, payroll, and benefits for all employees, and talent acquisition, classification, compensation, and training for staff and management. A member of SDSU’s staff for over ten years, Thom previously served the campus community as the Director of Employee Relations and Compliance, where he administered SDSU’s equal opportunity and non-discrimination policies and served as a Deputy Title IX Coordinator. Thom is an SDSU alumnus and serves on the School of Public Affairs Task Force. He is a member of the SDSU Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee and also serves on the Disability Access and Compliance Committee. Thom is active in the professional and business community. He is the Vice President for the California Public Employers Labor Relations Association, a graduate of the San Diego LEAD Impact program, and recently served on the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation’s Steering Committee for Inclusive Ecomonic Growth.
Mary Taylor, M.A., Director, Compact for Success & Collaborative Programs: Mary Taylor Serves as Director of SDSU Compact for Success and Collaborative Programs within Student Affairs. Compact For Success collaborates with local schools, districts, and community organizations to ensure local students are on the pathway to college admission. Programs currently overseen by her department include the Compact for Success, the Price Scholars Program, and Students With Academic Goals (SWAG). Mary received her Bachelor’s degree from UCSD in Sociology, her Master’s degree from SDSU in Student Affairs, Her certificate in College Admissions Counseling from UCLA and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Educational Leadership through the Joint Doctoral Program between UCSD and CSU San Marcos. Her research interests include educational equity and access for underrepresented students, college access, success, and completion, and non-profit collaboration with educational institutions.
Deb Naylon, Director of Human Resources, San Diego State University Research Foundation: As the chief human resources officer, Naylon provides leadership and management of the human resources department as well as counsel and advice to employees, senior management and supervisors regarding the full range of human resource issues. Naylon has in-depth knowledge of federal/state/local/CSU/SDSU laws, regulations and policies and is responsible for the oversight of SDSU Research Foundation’s Affirmative Action Plans. Naylon received her Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification and her Society for Human Resource Management Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) certification.
Raquel Herriott, Community & Media Relations Specialist / Special Advisor to the Chief, University Police Department: Raquel Herriott serves as the Community & Media Relations Specialist / Special Advisor to the Chief for the San Diego State University Police Department. She leads communication efforts, identifies opportunities for community development, coordinates special projects on behalf of the Chief of Police, and manages all social media accounts.
Raquel holds a bachelor's degree in journalism with a minor in political science from San Diego State University. Her passion for public service stems from her core values: community, respect, and integrity. She believes in cross-cultural leadership and fostering inclusivity within SDSU’s diverse climate.
Aura Martin, MBA: Aura has served as Coordinator to the Associate Vice President of Development since February 2018. Through dedicated executive support, oversight of department operations and strategic plans, coordinating the implementation of development and budgetary initiatives, and experienced relationship management, Aura works to advance the mission and vision of San Diego State University. In her role, she works closely with staff, alumni, and friends who generously support SDSU. Prior to receiving her MBA, Aura graduated summa cum laude from SDSU with her bachelor's degree in Finance.
She is the chair of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee for the Division of University Relations and Development, facilitated the development and execution of the division's DEI strategic plan, and serves on the San Diego State University Equity Council.
- Chair - Alek Casillas, Student, Business/Human Resources management
- Leon Chan, Associate Professor, Accounting
- Anurag Mehrotra, Assistant Professor, Finance
- Dwarka Chakravarty, Assistant Professor, Management
- Aaron Elkins, Associate Professor, MIS
- Sunaina Marquez, Assistant Professor, Marketing
- Stephanie Smith, Admin Support Coordinator, Finance, Management, Marketing
- Courtney Campbell, Financial Advisor, Center for Student Success
- Chair - Cristian Aquino-Sterling, Associate Dean, Dean's Office
- Idara Essien Wood, Assistant Professor, Department of Child and Family Development (CFD
- Alberto Esquinca, Associate Professor, Department of Dual Language and English Learner Education (DLE)
- Eric Felix, Assistant Professor, Department of Administration,
Rehabilitation and Postsecondary Education (ARPE)
- Jackie Fuller, Advising and Recruitment Specialist, Office of Student Success (OSS)
- Suneal Kolluri, Assistant Professor, School of Teacher Education (STE)
- Paul Luelmo, Assistant Professor, Special Education (SPED)
- Marcela Polanco, Associate Professor, Counseling and School Psychology (CSP)
- Nina Potter, Director of Assessment and Accreditation, Dean’s Office
- Rachel Stewart, Administrative Support Coordinator II, Department of Educational Leadership (EDL)
- James Wright, Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Leadership (EDL)
- Chair - Dr. Sweta Sarkar, Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Dr. Thais Alves, Associate Professor, Civil Engineering
- Dr. Joaquin Camacho, Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
- Dr. Gustaf Jacobs, Professor, Aerospace Engineering
- Dr. Parisa Kaveh, Lecturer, Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Ms. Theresa Garcia, Assistant Dean, Engineering
- Ms. Michelle Bunn, Director of Femineer Program, Engineering
- Ms. Maricruz Carrillo, Graduate Student, Engineering
- Winston Liew, President of the Undergraduate Student Council, Computer Engineering
- Henrike Blumenfeld, Associate Professor, Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences
- Denise Lebsack, Associate Professor, Exercise and Nutritional Sciences
- Yawen Li, Associate Professor, Social Work
- Humberto Parada, Associate Professor, Public Health
- Esmeralda Sanchez, Undergrad Advisor, Public Health and Social Work
- Wendy Sandoval, Admin Support Coordinator, Exercise and Nutritional Sciences
- Sylvia Telefaro, Admin Support Coordinator II, Research Foundation
- Ashley Tejada, A.S. President
- Shawki Moore, A.S. Vice President of External Relations
- Fabiola Moreno, A.S. Student Diversity Commissioner
- Yasmine Shead, A.S. Student Diversity Commission Representative
- Christina Brown, Executive Director
- Patty Rea, Associate Executive Director
- Giselle Luevanos, Government Affairs & Communications Director
- Jennifer Lakin, Director of Management Services, HR
- Angelica Banaag, HR Manager, HR
- Tina Tejeda, Loss Prevention Manager, HR
- Melinda Avestruz, Associate Director, Campus Stores
- Fanny Heil, Market Manager, Campus Stores
- Kim Mazyck, Associate Director, Montezuma Publishing
- Susan Hawke, Executive General Manager, Stadium
- Ashley Drake, Faculty Staff Club Manager, Faculty Staff Club
- Robert Isner, Associate Director, Dining
- Eric Hansen, Associate Vice President, Business Operations
- Casie Martinez, Assistant HR Director, Employment Services
- Cynthia Cervantes, Executive Director, Office of Housing Administration
- T-Ante Sims, Student Account Services, Manager
- Thom Harpole Senior HR Director, Human Resources
- Michelle Baron, Pub Affairs/Comm Spec, BFA
- Jessica Rentto, Associate Vice President, BFA
- Chair - Kristine Catano, Director, Student Center
- Earl Ivery, Executive Assistant, Dean's Office
- Aimee Davis, Program Director, Programs
- Bianca Silva, Program Coordinator, Programs
- Yingna Yuan (Miffy), Marketing and Recruiting Coordinator, Programs/Marketing
- Precious Jordan-Talley, Program Manager, Student Center
- Lori Clabaugh, Graphic Artist II, Marketing
- Eddie West, Assistant Dean of International Strategy and Programs, Programs
- Jonny Holt, Program Coordinator, Programs
- Sarah Freiler, Instructional Designer, ID
- Jill Delong, Recruitment Center Lead, Student Center
- Co-Chair - Rick Schultz, Associate Director, IT User Services
- Co-Chair - Aurora Velasco, Support Lead, Instructional Technology Services
- Edgar Hodge, Assistant Vice President AA-Info Technology, Information Technology
- Wayne Jackson, Operating Systems Analyst, IT Infrastructure Operations
- Ed Legaspi, Information Technology Consultant, IT User Services
- Jasmine Walker, Information Technology Consultant, IT User Services
- Co-Chair - Deb Naylon, Chief Human Resources Officer, Human Resources
- Co-Chair - Melanie Patton, Public Affairs/Communications Specialist, Grant Information & Communications
- Brittny Spencer, Budget and Finance Manager, Financial Services
- Christine Hong, Financial Administrator, Financial Services
- Dulce Loo, Service Associate, Accounts Payable
- Joi Tobin-Coles, Grant Information Coordinator, Grant Information & Communications
- Katelyn Hamilton, Buyer, Financial Services
- Kim Miranda, Grant Specialist, Sponsored Research Administration
- Kim Ruff, Grant Specialist, Sponsored Research Administration
- Lauri- May-Herrmann, Inventory Coordinator, Financial Services
- Lillian Parra-Martinez, Telecommunications & Network Coordinator, Facilities Planning & Management
- Lizette Najera, Executive Assistant to the Associate Vice President & CEO, Executive Office
- Mikki Comstock, Administrative Analyst, Facilities Planning & Management
- Otto Delacruz, Associate Director of Facilities, Facilities Planning & Management
- Perla Montoya, Senior Investment and Finance Supervisor, Financial Services
- Sadie Osborne, Administrative Support Assistant, Enterprise Information Systems
- Sydney Joseph, Development Specialist, Sponsored Research Development
- Victoria Young, Service Associate, Accounts Payable
- Co-Chair - John Crockett, Associate Vice President, Research Advancement
- Co-Chair - Cathy Pucher, Executive Director, Research Affairs
- Justin Dean, IRB Coordinator, Research Affairs
- Nadia Campbell, Director, Research Initiatives
- Kellie Woodhouse, Communications Director, Communications
- Stephanie Stocking, Senior Business Analyst/ Project Manager, Research Operations
- Chair - Allison Tenenbaum, HR Coordinator, HR
- Co-Chair - Savannah Marshall, VP Office Coordinator, VP Office of Univ Relations and Dev
- Aura Martin, Coordinator to the Associate Vice President, Development
- Cheryl Lemox, Associate Director, Donor Relations
- Alessandra Costigliola, Assistant Director of Development
- Sara Benignus, Assistant Director of Prospect Research
- Michelle Castillo, Development Coordinator
- Tim Rice, Senior Associate Athletic Director
- Melissa Henss, Director of Presidential and University Events
- Melissa Stump, Development Coordinator