Structure & Governance
Estructura governalmental / Structure and Governance
Membership: Chicano/Latino Affairs Council is open to all Cabrillo College faculty, staff, and students who are interested in Latino/a affairs on campus and in the greater community.
Meetings: Meetings are held during each Flex week, then at least once per fall and spring semesters.
Leadership: A convener and co-convener may be selected or a leadership committee may be set up. As a model of community based leadership, and to promote leadership development, selection criteria for the conveners should include the representation of both classified and certificated staff, as well as a gender balance, if possible. Terms of office are one year with the possibility of renewal.
Committees: Chicano/Latino Affairs Council members serve on college wide committees and report back to the membership during our monthly meetings. In addition, committees form on an as-needed basis to accomplish our goals and mission.
Annually, the Chicano/Latino Affairs Council surveys members to identify those serving on the following committees: College Planning Committee (CPC), Budget Committee (BC), Facilities Planning Committee (FPC), Instititional Effectiveness Committe (IEC), Safety Committee, Student Equity and Achievement Committee (SEA), Technology Committee (TECH), Curriculum Committee, Faculty Senate, Cabrillo Classified Employee Union (CCEU), Cabrillo College Federation of Teachers (CCFT), Outcomes Assessment Review Committee (OARC).
For 2022-2023 academic year, Chicano/Latino Affairs Council members serve on the following:
CPC rep:Michelle Morton, John Escobedo, Blanca Baltazar-Sabbah
SEA rep:Adela Naranjo-Bernabe, Flor Chacon, Sheryl Kern-Jones
Curriculum Committee rep: John Escobedo,
Faculty Senate rep: Gayle McCallum, Michelle Morton, Linette Martinez, Alfonso Lobato, Victoria Bañales, Sheryl Kern-Jones
CCEU rep: Windy Valdez
CIP rep:Michelle Morton, Enrique Buelna
EEO rep:Victoria Bañales