Administrative Faculty Assembly (AFA)
Welcome to the AFA at CSN!
The Administrative Faculty Assembly (AFA) exists to assure non-instructional administrative faculty (Director level and below) participation in the formulation, implementation and evaluation of institutional policies and goals; serve as the liaison to the President on non-instructional administrative faculty issues; and provide avenues to promote institutional cohesiveness and shared governance.
- Evaluate, study, recommend policies and/or modifications to existing or proposed college policies and procedures that impact the non-instructional administrative faculty; and to provide input to create and maintain a secure, equitable and fair work environment. Policy recommendations will follow regular procedures for final review.
- Provide periodic review in collaboration with Human Resources regarding benefits and retirement issues and the impact on non-instructional administrative faculty, recommend and provide input to the Faculty Senate salary and benefits committee and the CSN administration regarding such issues.
- Provide input in the personnel policies and procedures pertinent to non-instructional administrative faculty.
- Inclusion in College-wide committees, task forces, reorganization plans, College strategic planning and master planning to ensure input from the non-instructional administrative faculty is provided.
- Strengthen communication between non-instructional administrative faculty, the administration, academic faculty, classified staff and the student communities to promote institutional cohesiveness and promote an environment that subscribes to shared governance.
Congratulations Joe Hicks
October 2022 - Administrative Faculty Employee of the Month
Joe Hicks started at CSN in 2003. He began as a part-time tutor before becoming full-time in 2007. Joe has conducted over 30,000 tutoring sessions at CSN. He holds a MS in Accountancy and a MA in English. Joe is a CSN Alumnus holding an Associates of Business.
Meghan Ezekiel, Chair
Open Position, Chair-Elect
Nancy Webb, Past Chair
Kayla Buscher, Secretary
Jacob Bakke, Parliamentarian
Administrative Faculty Representation on Faculty Senate
Jacob Bakke (2021-2023)
Jeff Fulmer (2022-2024)
Jeff Fulmer (2022-2024)
Somer Rodgers (2022-2024)
Haunani Smith (2022-2024)
Jennifer Torgerson (2022-2024)
Facilities / Henderson Provost
Tina Dobbs (2022-2024)
Kayla Buscher (2022-2024)
West Charleston Provost
North Las Vegas Provost
Finance / Human Resources
Meghan Ezekiel (2022-2024)
Christina Brown (2022-2024)
Nick Shepperd-Miller (2022-2024)
Jenn Daughtery (2022-2024)
Kim Booth (2022-2024)
Amber Gomez (2022-2024)
Jane Neitz-Singleton (2022-2024)
Chante Derella (2022-2024)
Lorilee Sutton (2022-2024)
Christina De La Torre (2022-2024)
Faculty Senate Chair
Tracy Sherman (2022-2023)
Classified Council Interim Chair
Connie Jo Harris (2022-2023)
If you are an administrative faculty / professional staff at the director level or below and would like to be involved with any AFA committee, please contact the AFA Chair or the specific AFA (active) committee chair listed below.
Executive Committee: The Executive Committee shall deal with issues and concerns brought forth by the AFA, CSN administrators, or faculty and is authorized to take action in between meetings of the AFA.
Meghan Ezekiel, Chair
Nancy Webb, Past-Chair
Leanita "Nikki" Hughes
Election Committee: The Election Committee will give notice of nominations for Officers, develop the prescribed voting method, distribute information to all non-instructional administrative faculty and count all votes.
Meghan Ezekiel, Chair
Nancy Webb, Past-Chair
Lenita "Nikki" Hughes
Policies and Procedures Committee: The Policies and Procedures Committee will review the NSHE Code and Faculty Handbook in an effort to ensure all professional /administrative faculty are aware of the policies that directly impact them. This committee shall also review the AFA Bylaws and make recommendations to the AFA for revisions and amendments, submit to Faculty Senate recommendations for any policies and procedures affecting non-instructional administrative faculty including workload, evaluations, leave and other related issues as directed by the AFA.
Jeff Fulmer, Chair
Leanita "Nikki" Hughes, Ex Officio
Recognition Committee: The Recognition Committee will foster recognition of AFA membership within the College and community, will monitor the processes and procedures, including criteria, for the Administrative Faculty Employee of the Month award.
Nancy Webb, Chair
Leanita "Nikki" Hughes
Membership Committee (Ad Hoc): The Ad Hoc Membership Committee will work independently and with other AFA committees to increase activity, engagement, and leadership within the Administrative Faculty Assembly. This committee will investigate the large part-time administrative faculty employee group at CSN, make recommendation to the AFA and, if appropriate, draft policy looking at better representation for this employee group.
Meghan Ezekiel, Chair
Haunani Taylor Smith
Salary and Benefits Committee
Open Position, Chair
Shared Governance Committee (Ad Hoc): The AFA Ad Hoc Shared Governance Committee will work to evaluate, educate, make recommendations, and, if appropriate, draft policy/resolution regarding CSN’s shared governance and how this governance relates to the Administrative Faculty Assembly. The AFA Shared Governance Committee may coordinate with other College, Faculty Senate, and AFA committees and will share their initiatives and recommendations with the Administrative Faculty Assembly.
Kim Booth, Chair
Leanita "Nikki" Hughes
Students First Committee (Ad Hoc): The AFA Students First Committee (ad hoc) will work to educate and engage CSN’s administrative faculty and the AFA in the College’s student success mission. The AFA Student First Committee may coordinate with other AFA committees (Membership, Fundraising, etc.) and will share their initiatives and recommendations with the Administrative Faculty Assembly.
Somer Rogers and Kayla Buscher, Co-Chairs
Yvonne Jackson Ramona Johnson
Survey Committee (Ad Hoc): The Ad Hoc Survey Committee will design, develop, implement and analyze a survey or surveys of Administrative Faculty at the College of Southern Nevada in hopes to better understand the wants, needs, issues and concerns of these employees. This committee may coordinate with other AFA committees (Membership, Technology, Legislative Action, Salary & Benefits, etc.) and will share their findings and recommendations with the Administrative Faculty Assembly.
Pam Gillion, Chair
Technology Committee (Ad Hoc): The Ad Hoc Technology Committee will evaluate, recommend, and implement changes in the way the Administrative Faculty Assembly uses technology and media to inform and engage its constituency. Potential areas for action might include but are not limited to the AFA Website, AFA Document Repository/Archive Social Media, Meeting Teleconference, AFA Newsletter / Emails.
Nancy Webb, Chair
All AFA Meetings are open to the public and the CSN community. Every effort will be made to begin meetings promptly. Meetings locations will rotate between our three main campuses. All meetings begin at 2:00 pm.
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Last AFA Meeting Minutes
Upcoming AFA Meeting Agenda
In accordance with AFA Bylaws, AFA Meeting minutes are distributed to all administrative faculty of the College of Southern Nevada at the director level and below within fourteen (14) days following a meeting. AFA Meeting agendas are distributed to all administrative faculty of the College of Southern Nevada at the director level and below at least one week (7) days before a meeting. To request past minutes or agendas, please email the AFA Chair.
Motions can be made by any AFA member during or prior to any meeting of the AFA. To make a motion in advance, please email the AFA Chair.
Bylaws of the College of Southern Nevada Administrative Faculty Assembly
Article I: Name
The name of the organization shall be the Administrative Faculty Assembly (AFA) of the College of Southern Nevada.
Article II: PurposeThe Administrative Faculty Assembly (AFA) will assure non-instructional administrative faculty (Director level and below) participation in the formulation, implementation and evaluation of institutional policies and goals; serve as a liaison to the President on non-instructional administrative faculty issues; and provide avenues to promote institutional cohesiveness and shared governance. The purpose of the AFA and these bylaws shall not be in conflict with the CSN Mission and Bylaws or the Bylaws of the NSHE Board of Regents.
Article III: Objectives
a. Evaluate, study, recommend policies and/or modifications to existing or proposed college policies and procedures that impact the non-instructional administrative faculty; and to provide input to create and maintain a secure, equitable and fair work environment. Policy recommendations will follow regular procedures for final review.
b. Provide periodic review in collaboration with Human Resources regarding benefits and retirement issues and the impact on non-instructional administrative faculty, recommend and provide input to the Faculty Senate salary and benefits committee and the CSN administration regarding such issues.
c. Provide input in the personnel policies and procedures pertinent to non-instructional administrative faculty.
d. Inclusion in College-wide committees, task forces, reorganization plans, College strategic planning and master planning to ensure input from the non-instructional administrative faculty is provided.
e. Strengthen communication between non-instructional administrative faculty, the administration, academic faculty, classified staff and the student communities to promote institutional cohesiveness and promote an environment that subscribes to shared governance.
Article IV: RepresentativesSection 1. The Representatives of the Administrative Faculty Assembly (AFA) shall be elected by the non-instructional administrative faculty at the director level and below, prior to the end of the spring semester. There may be two representatives appointed from Faculty Senate and one representative appointed from Classified Council.
Section 2. Administrative Faculty Assembly (AFA) representatives will be elected with one representative per every ten (10) non-instructional administrative faculty organized under the Vice President's functional divisions of the college and/or any other divisions that may be organized.
Section 3. Each division will conduct their own elections and notify the AFA Executive Committee of the Representative’s names.
Section 4. Representatives are elected for a two-year term. A person who is a representative for more than one-half of a full term shall be deemed to have served a full term in such position. A representative may be elected to consecutive terms.
Section 5. Representatives shall assume their duties June 1st.
Section 6: Administrative Faculty Representation on Faculty Senate. Two representatives of the administrative faculty sit as senators on the Faculty Senate. The AFA will make recommendation and/or nomination to the Faculty Senate for these representatives. If those elected to this position do not hold current AFA positions, they will be provided seats as representatives on the AFA board with all rights and privileges, their terms shall coincide with their term on Faculty Senate.
a. The senators representing the administrative faculty on Faculty Senate shall provide and present a report of all issues concerning administrative faculty to the AFA after each meeting of the Senate.
Section 7. Duties of Representatives
a. attend AFA meetings or designate a proxy and notify chair of proxy
b. keep constituents informed of AFA proceedings.
c. act and vote in the best interest of their constituents.
Section 8. Removal from Administrative Faculty Assembly. A Representative who fails or is unable to perform the duties may be removed from the AFA by a 2/3 vote of the Assembly. A representative who is unexcused from two regularly scheduled AFA meetings without arranging a proxy shall be dismissed from the AFA.
Section 9. Vacancies. In the event that a vacancy occurs in a Representative position prior to the expiration of the term, the Executive committee will fill the position with an interim Representative from the appropriate functional division for the unexpired term.
Article V: Proxies
Section 1. At any meeting of the representatives of AFA, any representative may designate another person to act as a proxy.
Section 2. A representative designating a proxy will do so in writing to the chair, indicating name of proxy and date of meeting being covered by the proxy. This authorization may be by fax, email or other means of electronic transmission. The representative may also in writing give any officer of the AFA the authority to find a proxy for any meeting they are not able to attend.
Section 3. The proxy will bring a copy of the authorization to the meeting they are attending.
Section 4. If a representative designates a proxy, then the proxy will have and may exercise all of the powers conferred by the member upon the person so designated unless the representative provides otherwise to the proxy and to the chair of AFA.
Article VI: Officers and Their Election
Section 1. The officers of the Administrative Faculty Assembly (AFA) shall consist of a chair, a chair-elect and secretary. The past chair shall serve in an advisory capacity.
Section 2. The officers shall be elected by the non-instructional administrative faculty (at the Director level and below) prior to the end of the spring semester for a term of one year or until their successors are elected.
Section 3. An officer of the Administrative Faculty Assembly (AFA) shall not serve more than two (2) consecutive terms in the same office. A person who has served in an office for more than one-half of a full term shall be deemed to have served a full term in such office.
Section 4. The voting shall be by ballot, and a plurality of votes cast shall constitute an election. If there is but one nominee for any office, the chair can declare the nominee(s) elected by acclamation.
Section 5. The newly elected officers shall assume their duties June 1st.
Article VII: Duties of Officers
Section 1: Chair
a. Preside at meetings of the AFA;
b. Serve on President’s cabinet and any other committees as required by the CSN President;
c. Perform all duties pertaining to the office and those specified in these bylaws;
d. Appoint all special and/or ad hoc committees;
e. Prepare agenda for AFA meetings and give notice of meeting to all administrative non-instructional faculty;
f. Supervise and ensure coordination of all activities of the AFA;
g. Communicate in writing to the CSN President any AFA actions or recommendations requiring action or approval by the CSN President;
h. Be available to attend Board of Regents meetings and submit related reports at the direction of the CSN President and/or when necessary for other AFA business;
i. Serve ex-officio on all committees except Election/Nomination committee;
j. Appoint a parliamentarian.
k. Appoint a special Audit Committee at the annual meeting in May to review the financial records of the AFA. This committee shall consist of three members of the AFA, one of them being the Chair-Elect. They will review sign off that the records are in order, or indicate any discrepancies found.
Section 2: Chair-Elect
a. Perform all duties as designated by the Chair;
b. Perform the duties of the Chair in the absence or inability of that officer to serve.
c. Serve as committee chairman of the Election Committee.
Section 3: Secretary
a. Record the minutes of meetings of the AFA;
b. Distribute to each member a copy of the minutes within fourteen (14) days following the meeting.
Section 4: All Officers will:
a. perform the duties prescribed in the parliamentary authority in addition to those outlined in these bylaws and those assigned as necessary;
b. deliver to their successor all official materials pertaining to the office prior to the newly elected officer taking office.
Section 5: Vacancies
In the event the position of Chair becomes vacant the Chair-elect will finish out the remainder of the term and will then complete the next full term. In the event the position of Chair-Elect becomes vacant, an election will be held within 30 days to replace that office. A vacancy in the office of Secretary will be selected from the members of the AFA.
Article VIII: Meetings
Section 1. Meetings of the Administrative Faculty Assembly shall be held monthly during the fall and spring Semester. At least one week’s notice of the agenda, date, time and place of the meetings shall be given by the chair to each representative, officer and members of the non-instructional administrative faculty at the Director level and below. The minutes of each meeting shall be distributed to representatives and officers within 14 days following the meeting.
Section 2. Special meetings may be called by the chair or if requested in writing by six (6) members of the AFA. At least three (3) days notice shall be given for special meetings.
Section 3. A majority of executive committee and representatives (including proxies) present and entitled to vote, represented in person or by written ballot or by electronic ballot, shall constitute a quorum at a meeting of the members. The representatives present may continue to transact business until adjournment notwithstanding the withdrawal of enough members to leave less than a quorum.
Section 4. An annual meeting will be held in May or prior to the end of the spring semester to elect officers and distribute all annual reports.
Article IX: Action By Electronic Ballot
Section 1. Any action which may be taken at any annual or special meeting of the AFA may be taken without a meeting, if so determined by the Executive Committee.
Section 2. Notice of electronic ballot to every member entitled to vote on the matter must be provided at such members email address as indicated in the AFA records or CSN directory.
Section 3. Notice of electronic ballot shall:
a. indicate the number of responses needed to meet the quorum requirements;
b. state the percentage of approvals necessary to approve each matter, other than the election of officers;
c. specify a deadline by which a ballot must be submitted in order to be counted.
Article X: Action Without a Meeting
Section 1. Any action except election of Officers which may be taken at any regular or special meeting of the AFA, may be taken without a meeting if:
a. the written ballot of every member is solicited;
b. the required number of signed approvals is in writing, setting forth the action so taken, is received;
c. the number of ballots cast within the time period specified equals ore exceeds the quorum required to be presented at a meeting authorizing the action;
d. the number of approvals equals or exceeds the number of votes that would be required at a meeting to approve the matter.
e. announcements, actions, voting, etc. may be done via website, email or other electronic means as deemed appropriate by the Officers or Executive Committee.
f. action taken without a meeting, should be ratified at the next meeting of the AFA to be entered into the minutes.
Article XI: Committees
Section 1. The following shall be the standing committees of the Administrative Faculty Assembly:
Policies and Procedures
This committee will review the NSHE Code and Faculty Handbook in an effort to ensure all professional /administrative faculty are aware of the policies that directly impact them. This committee shall also review these Bylaws and make recommendations to the AFA for revisions and amendments. Submit to Faculty Senate recommendations for any policies and procedures affecting non-instructional administrative faculty including workload, evaluations, leave and other related issues as directed by the AFA.
The Election committee will give notice of nominations for Officers, develop the prescribed voting method, distribute information to all non-instructional administrative faculty (at the Director level and below), and count all votes. The results will be given to the Chair of the AFA who will make the formal announcement of those elected. The AFA Chair Elect will serve as Election committee chairman.
The Recognition committee will foster recognition of AFA membership within the College and community, will monitor the processes and procedures, including criteria, for the Administrative Faculty Employee of the Month award. The AFA immediate Past Chair will serve as Recognition committee chairman.
The Fundraising committee will develop and implement activities to raise funds to support future AFA goals and objectives.
Section 2. The chairman of the committees shall be elected by the committee members, report to the AFA all goals, activities and recommendations and serve for a term of one (1) year.
Section 3. Special committees, with specific ad hoc purposes and fixed terms of one year or less, may be appointed from time to time as deemed necessary by the AFA. The Chair of the AFA shall appoint the members of a special committee and its chairman.
Section 4. Duties of committee chairmen:
a. Present goals for the upcoming year, outlining those issues and projects it will address and submit to the AFA.
b. Provide written/verbal reports of committee activities and any recommendations at each meeting of the AFA.
c. Provide a written annual report summarizing the committee's activities and business for the year. The annual report shall be submitted at the annual meeting in May.
Section 5. Executive Committee
The Executive Committee shall consist of the Chair, Chair-Elect, Immediate Past Chair, Secretary, and five members elected at the first meeting after the election of representatives. The Executive Committee shall deal with issues and concerns brought forth by the AFA, CSN administrators, or faculty. The Executive Committee is authorized to take action that is not in conflict with these Bylaws in between meetings of the AFA. The Chair serves as the chairman of the Executive Committee. The Parliamentarian serves as an additional non-voting member of the Executive Committee.
Article XII: Parliamentary Authority
Section 1. The rules contained in the current edition of Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised shall govern the AFA and its sub-committees in all cases in which they are applicable and in which they are not in conflict with these bylaws, the CSN bylaws, or the bylaws of the NSHE Board of Regents.
Article XIII: Amendments
Section 1. The bylaws of the AFA may be amended at any meeting of the AFA by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the members present and voting, provided the following requirements shall have been complied with in order:
a. The amendment(s) shall have been proposed by any individual of the non-academic/administrative faculty (at the Director level and below), a committee of the AFA, or any member of the AFA.
b. A copy of the proposed amendment(s) shall have been sent by the secretary to all non-academic administrative faculty (at the Director level and below) at least thirty (30) days prior to the meeting that the vote will take place.
c. The amendment(s) shall not be in conflict with the objects and purpose of the AFA, the CSN Bylaws or the Bylaws of the NSHE Board of Regents.
Originally Approved by Administrative Faculty – July 31, 2003
Amended: November 14, 2003
Amended: May 19, 2006
Revisions: December 7, 2006
Cabinet approval: January 16, 2007
Revisions: August 7, 2009
Amended: October 23, 2009
Approved by Administrative Faculty: December 18, 2009
Revisions: March 6, 2014
Amended: March 14, 2014
Approved: August 18, 2014
April- Kayla Buscher
May- Carey Sedlacek
June- Dr. Nadia Czesky
July – Roberta Paloma
August - Denesha Moore
September - Santiago De La Torre
October - Joe Hicks
February-Dr. Uche Dappa
March- Palwasha Salam
April- Rosie Martinez
May- Gregrette Simmons
July- Rahsaan Kennard
August and September-No winners because we had no nominees
October- Dale Wisniewski
November- Dr. Karen Violanti
January – Kent Ikeda, Admissions & Records Analyst
February - Carcila Gamabon, Centers for Academic Success Specialist
March - Dennis Basilio, Facilities Management Project Manager
April - Alena Bottesch, Centers for Academic Success Specialist
May- Courtney Schmitz, Communications Coordinator, Student Affairs
June - Dawn Reitz, Human Resources
January - Carmen Torres, Senior Specialist, Office of Financial Aid
February - Kevin Altman, Academic Advisor, Athletics
March - Patricia Almario Prieto, Project Manager, Facilities Management
April - Gavin Kroulik-Whipple, Academic Advisor/Success Coach
May - Kim Booth, Assistant Registrar, Office of Admissions and Records
June - Kayla McIntosh, Director, Student Affairs
July - Ashton Ridley, Manager, Multicultural Affairs
August - Allen Berndsen, Project Manager, Facilities Management
September – Vanessa Winn, Veterans Education and Transition Services Project Manager
October – Pat Rodich, Facilities Management Specialist
November – Nick Juliano, Planetarium Program Manager
December – Roberta Paloma, Targeted Engagement and Enrollment Coordinator
January - Kayla White, Academic Advisor/Success Coach
February - Jenn Daughtery, Senior Specialist, Receiving & Fixed Asset Control
March - Jamille Walton, Coordinator, Alumni Programs
April - Martha Dominguez, Assistant Director of Technology, Office of the Registrar
May - Joan Rachmel, Specialist, Disability Resource Center
June - Iris Melendez, Coordinator, Human Resources
July - Brian Akins, Director, Student Life and Leadership Development
August - Desarae Pointer, Advisor/Success Coach
September - Terry Cottle, Coordinator, Athletics
October - Paula Michniewicz, Instructional Designer/Senior Specialist, Office of eLearning
November - Bernadette Lopez-Garrett, Assistant Director, Office of the Registrar
December - Lyndalou Bullard, Program Coordinator, Division of Workforce & Economic Development
January - Michelle Word, Coordinator for VP of Academic Affairs
February – Pamela Gallion, Analyst, Institutional Research
March – Beth Schuck, Director, Library Services
April – Michael Farner, Lead Interpreter Specialist, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
May – Ryan Rishling, Senior Specialist, Career Services & ReEntry
June – Kimiko Walton, Director, Student Recruitment
August – Patricia Marshall, Student Assistance Team Coordinator, CSN Call Center
September – Darlene Montague, Site Administration Coordinator
October – Andrew Kerr, Planetarium Manager
November – David Singleton, Academic Advisor & Success Coach
December – Dana Mollet, Disability Specialist, Disability Resource Center
January - Santiago DeLaTorre, Advisor/Success Coach
February - Marylou Kohlmeier, Analyst, Strategic Initiatives & Administrative Services
March - Kay Fitzgerald, Summerlin Site Coordinator
April - Claudette Frizzell, Senior Specialist, Facilities Management
May - Millie Vuksanovic, Operations Coordinator, Business Operations
June - Maria Ubaldo, Student Recruitment Coordinator
July - Vartouhi Asherian, Senior Analyst, eLearning
August - Leigh Ann Swayze, Analyst, Cashier's Office
September - Kevin Altman, Advisor/Success Coach
October - Pat Zozaya, Registrar
November - Nicholas Snead, International Student Advisor
December - Kathy Eghoian, Benefits Coordinator, Human Resources
January - Jeff Lycan, Nellis Site Coordinator
February - Beth Schuck, Director of Library Services
March - Diane Welch, Assistant General Counsel, Office of General Counsel
April - Darlene Montague, Site Coordinator, Mesquite Center
May - Dawn Butler, Recruiter/Success Coach
June - Leonardo Benavides, Coordinator, Diversity, & Multicultural Affairs
July - Suzan Workman, Operations Coordinator, Office of Public Affairs & Government Relations
August - Kathy Guerra, Facilities Interior Project Manager, Facilities Management
September - Eric Garner, Multimedia Manager, Business Operations
October - Connie Newton, Analyst, MyCSN Technology Group, Business Operations
November - Frank McPherson, Assistant Director, Financial Aid
December - Wayne Schultz, DHHS Staff Interpreter, Disability Reource Center
January - Yvonne Jackson, Coordinator, Retention & Advising Services
March - Robyn Rohde, Coordinator, CSN Writing Centers
April - Kathy Eghoian, Benefits Coordinator, Human Resources
May - Millie Vuksanovic, Operations Coordinator, Finance
September - Kay Fitzgerald, Site Coordinator, Summerlin Center
October - Haunani Taylor, Specialist, Office of eLearning
November - Scott Camero, Research Analyst, Office of Institutional Research
December - Sharnee' Walker, Coordinator, Disability Reource Center
December - Scott Naus, Director, International Center
November - Josh Ruter, Site Coordinator, Green Valley Center
October - Laura Yavitz, Analyst, Institutional Research
June - Ron Barakat, Site Manager, Cheyenne Campus Child Care
April - Michelle Word, Coordinator for VP of Academic Affairs
March - Greg Hampton, Multimedia Specialist, Public & College Relations
February - Mark Cahill, Interim Director of Purchasing
January - Joyce Bivona, Specialist, Financial Services
February - Jann Carson, Senior Specialist, CAPE
March - Livia Sa, Specialist, Department of Nursing
April - John Scarborough, Director, Human Resources
May - Valerie Stevenson, Lead Teacher, ECE Lab School
June - Mary Edwards, Coordinator, Finance & Administration
July - Yvonne Jackson, Retention & Advising Specialist
September - Shawn Claxton, Coordinator, Work Study Programs
October - Nancy Webb, eLearning
April - Janis Fikes, Director, ECE Lab School
December - Jeff Fulmer, Visual Resources Specialist, Department of Fine Arts
Meghan Ezekiel, Chair
Interim Director, Auxiliary Services
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Vacant Position, Chair-Elect
Nancy Webb, Past Chair
Senior Analyst, Office of eLearning
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Kayla Buscher, Secretary
Early College Manager, HN Early College Programming department
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Jacob Bakke, Parliamentarian
Analyst, Academic Affairs
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