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APITA Reception with Van
APITA Reception with Van

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APITA Members
APITA Members

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Ron and Debbie
Ron and Debbie

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APITA Board

Chair

Sue Chan

Trustee, Ohlone CCD

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Vice Chair

Whitney Yamamura

President, Folsom Lake College

Treasurer

Trisha Murakawa

 Trustee, El Camino CCD

Secretary

 Andy Li

 Trustee, Contra Costa CCD

Membership

 Hal Gin

 Trustee, Chabot-Las Positas CCD

Whitney Yamamura

President, 

Folsom Lake College

Immediate Past Chair

Deborah J. Ikeda

Trustee, State Center CCD

APITA Supports
State Academic Senate
Resolution on Disaggregated Data

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As the largest system of higher education in the country with more than 2.1 million students attending 116 colleges, the California Community Colleges serve the most diverse student population of any system of higher education in the state. A commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion enriches the vision of equity outlined in the Vision for Success and fosters an inclusive, anti-racist campus culture.

Shout out to APITA Vice Chair Rowena Tomaneng for serving on the DEI Implementation Workgroup. Kudos to APITA members Sue Chan, Debbie Ikeda, Cindi Reiss and Linda Wah for serving on additional work groups to operationalize the DEI Task Force's recommendations.

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ACCT Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Presentation

ACCT CEO Noah Brown and Immediate Past President Emily Yim presented on the roles of boards in developing a leadership pipeline that is diverse, equitable and inclusive at the CCLC Trustees conference in 2019. Download the slides by clicking the icon above.

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At the APITA Caucus meeting held at the last CCLC Trustees Conference, the caucus formally supported a State Academic Resolution on the need to disaggregate Asian American and Pacific Islander data.

Click on the image above to review the resolution.

At the meeting, the caucus also formally endorsed a number of candidates for the ACCT Board:

  • Ken Brown* (Incumbent) – El Camino

  • Jose Alcala – Riverside

  • Danny Kelley – Redwoods

  • MaryAnn Lutz – Citrus College

  • Tammy Silver – Pasadena City College

  • Mary Strowbridge – San Luis Obispo County

Miss the meeting? You can view the agenda here.

Caucus selfie, courtesy of Long Beach City College Trustee Vivian Malauulu