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Posted: Friday, August 30, 2013

President's Council on Equity and Campus Diversity

I am pleased to announce that the following faculty, staff, and student representatives will serve on the President’s Council on Equity and Campus Diversity:

Presidential Liaison: Karen Clinton Jones, Chief Diversity Officer
Co-Chairs: Drew Kahn, Professor, Theater; and Kevin Miller, Chair and Professor, Exceptional Education

Mary Codick, Secretary 1, Teacher Certification
Marie Curran, Head Softball Coach, Intercollegiate Athletics
Kristina Garcia, Assistant Professor, Health and Wellness
J. Tomás Henriques, Assistant Professor, Music
Pixita Del Prado Hill, Associate Professor, Elementary Education and Reading
Jennifer Hunt, Associate Professor, Psychology
Lisa Morrison-Fronckowiak, Director, Disability Services
Keun Young Oh, Assistant Professor, Fashion and Textile Technology
Roswell Park, Director, Academic Support Programs
Jason Parker, Diversity Program Coordinator, Equity and Campus Diversity
Holly Quicksey, Assistant to the Dean, University College
Ramona Santa Maria, Assistant Professor, Computer Information Systems
Sandra Schoelles, Director of Human Resources, Sponsored Programs
Stephanie Zuckerman-Aviles, Director, Career Development Center
Siraj Bah, Graduate Student, Equity and Campus Diversity
Muhammed Sumbundu, Graduate Student

Charge and Mission Statement
The Equity and Campus Diversity Office is the official designee of the college president to ensure that the campus abides by all federal and state laws and SUNY policies with regard to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, age, disability, or marital or veteran status.

The mission of the Equity and Campus Diversity Office is to ensure that the college community understands and complies with both federal and state laws with respect to equal employment opportunity and affirmative action. While equal employment opportunity is the law, affirmative action and diversity issues require the college not only to provide access to employment and educational programs but also to provide equitable opportunities to enhance success.

The primary goal of the Equity and Campus Diversity Office is to create a campus climate that is favorable to the development of the human potential of all faculty, staff, administrators, and students. To achieve this goal, the office has three major responsibilities: compliance, equity of services, and diversity.