Navigating the State Organizational Structures

Report
CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES
CHANCELLOR’S OFFICE
Onboarding – Effectiveness in Role
2.14 Navigating the State Organizational Structures
Van Ton-Quinlivan
June 2013
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Organizational Chart – CCCCO Executive Staff
California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office
Brice Harris
CCCCO Chancellor
Erik Skinner
Deputy Vice Chancellor
Programs
Van Ton-Quinlivan
VC, Workforce &
Economic Development
(WEDD)
Barry Russell
VC, Academic Affairs
- Curriculum approval
Dan Troy
VC, Fiscal
- Fiscal
- Facilities
Vince Stewart
VC, Governmental
Relations
Steve Bruckman
Exec Vice Chancellor
& General Counsel
Paul Feist
VC, Communications
Patrick Perry
VC, Technology,
Research and
Information Svcs
- Mngmt Info Systems
- Research & Planning
- Telecommunications & Tech
-
Accounting
Legal
Business Svcs
Contract/Grants
Administration
- Board of Governors
Liaison
- HR
Linda Michalowski
VC, Student Services
- DSPS,Health Svcs, Student
Mental Health
- EOPS CARE, CalWORKS
- Foster & Kinship Care
Education & Child Dvlpmt
- Matriculation, Student
Equity, Early assessment
- Financial Aid, COTOP,
Veterans
Keetha Mills
CEO
Foundation for CCC
Other State Level Bodies in the CCCCO Ecosystem
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Board of Governors (BoG): formalizes policies; hires the Chancellor; bi-monthly public mtgs
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Consultation Council: advises Chancellor on policies before they are advanced to the BoG; meets prior to BoG
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California Community College League: represents the college CEOs (CEO board) and local trustees (Trustee board); does advocacy
on behalf of CEOs and Trustee positions
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Bodies where the VC of Academic Affairs serves as liaison:
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Academic Senate of California Community Colleges
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Chief Instructional Officer (CIO) leadership
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Active Task forces: Open Education Resources; BA Task Force; SB 1440 Transfer Model Curriculum
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A variety of union-related bodies who engage depending on the issue: CCA/CTA, CCC/CTE, CCE/CFT; CSEA; CCCI; FACCC
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Bodies active in the workforce space active:
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EDPAC/WEDPAC: advisory body for the VC Ton-Quinlivan’s division
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CCCAOE: association of CTE deans and faculty focused on conferences, some policy advocacy; their Leadership Program is
funded by VC Ton-Quinlivan’s division
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VERATAC: committee of CTE field practitioners funded by VC Ton-Quinlivan’s division to solicit field feedback on datarelated issues
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Centers of Excellence for Labor Market Research: technical assistance providers funded by Vice
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Aoe-all listserv: Each college identifies who gets the emails sent to this Occupational Educator listserv. Senders must be
employees of the CCCCO to use this listserv.
There are a variety of workgroups and other bodies advising the CCCCO paired with the following :
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VC of Tech/Research/Info System (TRIS): ARCC task force
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VC of Student Support: Chief Student Support Officers listserv; a number of student success task forces
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VC of Fiscal: Chief Business Officers listserv
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VC of Governmental Relations
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VC of Communications: Chief Information Officer listserv
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EVC/General Counsel: Accreditation task force
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Organizational Chart - WEDD
Division of Workforce & Economic Development
Brice Harris
Chancellor
Key:
Dotted boxes = grant funded roles
Erik Skinner
Deputy Vice Chancellor
Programs
Van Ton-Quinlivan
VC, Workforce &
Economic Development
(WEDD)
Faye James
Executive Assistant to
VC Ton-Quinlivan
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Debra Jones
Dean
Career Ed Practices
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Grant Monitors
Grant Processing Team
Division Staff
VC Support, Select support for Deans
Support for select division-wide admin processes
Cris McCullough
Dean, Policy Outreach
& Alignment
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•
Grant Monitors
Data Team
Division Staff
Division of Workforce & Economic Development
Communications Structure with the Field
Brice Harris
Chancellor
Key:
Dotted boxes = grant funded roles
Erik Skinner
Deputy Vice Chancellor
Programs
Van Ton-Quinlivan
VC, Workforce &
Economic Development
(WEDD)
Debra Jones
Dean
Career Ed Practices
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Grant Monitors
Grant Processing Team
Division Staff
Pam Daggon
Coordination Support
for EDPAC/WEDPAC &
Extended Ops Team
Faye James
Executive Assistant to
VC Ton-Quinlivan
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VC Support, Select support for Deans
Support for select division-wide admin processes
Cris McCullough
Dean, Policy Outreach
& Alignment
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Grant Monitors
Data Team
Division Staff
Margo Turner
DWM Communications
& Website Support
Omid Pourzanjani
Visiting Dean
DMW Common Metrics
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Architecture of data
systems
Catherine Swenson
Facilitator for
Sector Navigator
Deep Dives
Linda Zorn
Facilitator for
Sector Navigator
Deep Dives
Kitty O’Doherty
Facilitator for
Consortia Deep Dives
Always find the most updated directory under
Contact Us at DoingWhatMatters.cccco.edu
Submit edits to this directory by
following instructions found at the
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bottom of the page.
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Find your Grant Monitor at the WEDD “Staff
Directory” updated by Jeannine Clemons.
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Colleges work locally. SNs coordinate across multiregions while DSNs focus in-region on a sector.
LOCAL
REGION
MULTI
REGIONS
STATE
Community College
Regional Consortia Chair/Vice Chairs (RCs)
Deputy Sector Navigations (DSNs)
Sector Navigators (SNs)
Technical Assistance Providers (TAPs_
Community College Chancellor’s Office Staff (CCCCO)
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SNs serve as first contact for both employers and the
system: coordinate, leverage & connect-the-dots.
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Northern
South Central
Bay Area
Inland Empire
LA/Orange
San Diego / Imperial
Central / Valley Mother Lode
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SN/ DSNs are the specialists. RCs are the generalists.
Employers prefer to work w specialists when possible.
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Northern
South Central
Bay Area
Inland Empire
LA/Orange
San Diego / Imperial
Central / Valley Mother Lode
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SNs/DSNs/RCs should pull in TA Providers as is
needed to help achieve outcomes.
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Northern
South Central
?
Bay Area
Inland Empire
LA/Orange
San Diego / Imperial
Central / Valley Mother Lode
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Navigating the local
112 community colleges and their district offices:
For who’s who at each of the 112 colleges,
order directory online at :
http://bit.ly/13qTp1L
Extended Operations Team:
Ask VC Ton-Quinlivan’s assistant for your one copy
Find which colleges belong under
which economic region
under the “Give Priority” section of
the DoingWhatMatters.cccco.edu
site.
Free online version:
http://www.ccleague.org/files/public/CCDir2013web.pdf
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