The CCA Budget Committee maintains fiscal oversight for CCA. Members routinely examine the ledgers to ensure correctness of bookkeeping, analyze anomalies and make recommendations to the CCA Board based upon these analyses. The Budget Committee also provides support to other CCA Committees through collaborative dialogue, information sharing and problem solving over areas of mutual interest.
Members: Fola Odebunmi (Chair), Johnnie Terry, Jonathan Ausubel, and Krista Warren
The Communications Committee works in conjunction with the CCA Website Manager/ Social Media Curator and CTA Communications Staff to disseminate valuable information to members regarding union news, local achievements, and current events that affect community college faculty.
Members: Josie Malik (Chair), Kristie Iwamoto, Jill Pfeiffer, Susan Pynes, and Lance Heard
Assigned Staff: Cyndi Menzel (CTA Communications Consultant) and Casey Brown (CCA Website Manager/Social Media Curator)
The Conference Committee meets four times each year to discuss and plan workshops, general sessions, evening activities, and the spring WHO Awards. Non-Voting ex officio members often attend meetings.
Members: Dorothy Reina (Chair), Vincent Devlahovich, Justina Rivadeneyra, Jan Muto, Joel Beutel
Assigned Staff: Bonita Lovell, Karen Boll, Nessa Connor, Mary Ann Lapu-Gacutan, and Laura Schultz
The Governance Committee maintains the CCA governance documents: the Bylaws, the Standing Rules, and the Elections Manual. This is accomplished by reviewing and revising, as needed, all governing documents of CCA at least once every five years, considering all proposed amendments and changes to CCA’s governing documents, and reviewing the governance structure and geographical districts of CCA every three years for adherence to CCA, CTA, and NEA policies. The Governance Committee also brings forth all revisions and suggested changes to the Board and Councils and advises these bodies of any compliance issues. The Committee may conduct hearings on any proposed changes to governing documents.
Members: Patrick Mitchell (Chair), Josue Arredondo, Evangeline Matthews, Steven Estrada, and Shaaron Vogel
Elections Council Committee
The Elections Credential Committee’s primary function is to conduct and monitor all elections for the Community College Association (CCA). The members of this committee are charged with the responsibility of seeing that in all elections, every member has a voice and access to the election process and procedures. That each member is guaranteed the right to have a voice in the organization and that the organization maintains the one person, one vote and the basic principles of the nomination process set down by the CTA and NEA.
The members of the Elections Credential Committee are at all times impartial and operate in the best interest of the CCA, CTA and NEA. To ensure the integrity of the process the members of the Committee review the elections process and proceedings on a regular basis and make suggested modifications to the nomination and election process to the CCA Governance Committee for review and action when it is appropriate.
Faculty Equity and Diversity Committee
The Faculty Equity and Diversity Committee addresses issues regarding ethnic, gender, age, economic and cultural equity within CCA. The FEDC creates conference sessions and stand-alone workshops. From member nominations, we select the annual winners of the Faculty Equity and Diversity Awards for outstanding service on behalf of community college faculty: The GBLT Award in honor of David Sanchez, The Ethnic Minority Award in honor of Mary Ann Pacheco, and The Part-time Faculty Award in honor of David Milroy. Our main goal is to educate our members in issues of diversity by celebrating our differences while embracing our commonalities and unity. We believe a strong union represents every member.
Legislation and Advocacy Committee
The Legislation and Advocacy Committee recommends positions on legislation to the CCA Council and the CTA State Legislation Committee, proposes sponsored legislation, and promotes political action in CCA.
Membership Development Committee (MDC)
The Membership Development Committee meets four or five times each year to discuss membership recruitment, development, and retention; to solicit, fund, and review Membership Development grant proposals; and to advise CCA on all relevant matters. Guests are welcome, and non-voting and ex officio members often attend meetings.
2018-2019 MDC members: Jon Ausubel (Chair), Michael Butros, Tracy Butros, Martha Carreon (Vice Chair), Joaquin Duran, and Brad Reynolds (CCA VP). The CTA Staff Liaison to the Committee is Robin Devitt.
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Part-Time Faculty Issues Committee
The Part-Time Faculty Issues Committee supports part-time/adjunct/associate faculty rights in local and statewide bodies, communicates issues to the CCA Council, presents workshops at CCA conferences, and works with other CCA committees and the CCA Board to make sure that part-time faculty are fairly represented.
The Policy Committee writes or revises policy that supports CCA’s positions on legislation and reviews current educational or labor issues which may require policy creation.