College Assembly

Mission

The mission of the College Assembly is to provide key direction, ensure the implementation of the strategic plan and alignment with accreditation core themes and college initiatives, guide and recommend policy and elicit participation and engagement from the college community. 

The College Assembly meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 3 p.m. in Building 21, Room 214.

Purpose

The purpose of the College Assembly is to think and act strategically on issues of governance and policy.  The College Assembly will serve as a primary conduit for information and recommendations concerning the College. The College Assembly has the following roles: 

  1. Collaborate and reach consensus on strategic priorities, mission fulfillment, and the college policy 
  2. Advise the College President
  3. Facilitate a process to follow up on proposals to enhance the efficiency of operations and maintain the quality of education 
  4. Provide a forum to share and disseminate information.  

Members

  • Roger Nix, Chair, Faculty — Adult Basic Education
  • Lisa Beach, Vice Chair, Budget and Compliance Officer
  • Maureen Sparks, Communications, Faculty — Pharmacy Technician Program
  • Kathryn Smith, Faculty — Environmental Sciences & Technology
  • Kristin Martindale, Faculty — English Department
  • Daniel Creech, Faculty — Aviation Maintenance Technician
  • John Moyer, Faculty — Graphic Technologies
  • Elaine Holster, Faculty — Librarian
  • Loreta Sandoval, Faculty — Math
  • Denise Klug, Faculty — Cosmetology
  • Patricia Lange, I-BEST Program Specialist
  • Kandi Bauman, Student Engagement Coordinator
  • Kate Wendland, WorkFirst Program Liaison
  • Jason Kruse, Computer & Network Support Technician
  • Cris-Jon Lindsay, Computer & Network Engineer
  • LiLi Cutler, Instructional Support Specialist
  • Travis Cohen Lucy, Vice President for Student Activities
  • Adam Johnson, Vice President of Student Council
  • Lisa Plair, President of Associated Student Government