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Cosumnes River College relies upon a participatory governance model to steward institutional planning and decision-making. Participatory Governance (PG) encourages the collaborative participation and advice of those closest to an issue, project, or program to inform the college-wide perspective. Participatory Governance at CRC functions through constituency representation where faculty, professional staff, administrators, and students voice the needs of their respective roles, providing diverse perspectives to inform the whole.

Participatory Governance Decision-Making

The following outlines the participatory governance decision-making policies and practices, which are revised from the former Decision-making Handbook. Participatory Governance and institutional decision-making are guided by the college’s Vision, Mission and Values.

Members

Tri-Chairs

Ed Bush
Administrative Tri-Chair

Greg Beyrer
Faculty Tri-Chair

Jennifer Patrick
Classified Tri-Chair

Membership

Greg Beyrer
Academic Senate President

Tiffany Clark
Classified Senate President

Steven McGloughlin
LRMA Representative

TBA
ASCRC President (or designee) & two additional student representatives

Tri-Chairs of the Four Branches

Tadael Emiru, Rhonda Farley, Paul Meinz
Institutional Effectiveness

Theresa Tena, Dave Andrews, Katie Deleon
Resources

Robert Montanez, Brian Noel, ­­­­­­Grace Corpuz
Student Learning and Instructional Support

Tadael Emiru, Ryana Fisher, Patricia Morgan-Mejia
Student Success and Equity

Kim Harrell
Accreditation Liaison Officer

Veneece Awad
Faculty Accreditation Lead

Linda Stack
Classified Accreditation Lead

Meeting Information

Meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of each month from 2:00 to 3:00 pm.