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Members

CADE Executive Committee

The Executive Committee, the governing body of the Commission, shall be made up of not more than 12 members including four officers, at least one 1890 representative, at least one 1994 representative, and six general institutional members.  Executive Committee member terms are three years.

The Executive Committee shall establish ad hoc committees, as it deems appropriate. The Commission shall develop its own policies and practices governing the nomination and election of officers, and its administrative relationship with the APLU Board of Directors.

The officers of the Commission include:

 Chair (CEO)
 Chair- Elect (CEO)
 Secretary (non-CEO)

These officers shall be ex- officio members of all committees of the Commission. 

The current officers of the Commission are:

OFFICERS

Dr. Mark Rosenberg
Florida International University
Chair 
Dr. Lynda Brown
Wright
Kentucky State University
Vice-Chair 
Georgianna
Melendez 
University of Massachusetts,
Boston 
Secretary

MEMBERS

Dr. Mordean Taylor
Archer
University of Minnesota
General Institutional Member
Dr. Carlos N.
Medina
The State University of
New York, 
System Office 
General Institutional Member
Dr. Rahim Reed
University of California, Davis
General Institutional Member
 
Dr. Juan Munoz
University of Houston
Downtown
Hispanic Serving Institution
Representative
Dr. Les Wong
San Francisco State University 
Asian & Pacific Islander Serving
Institution Representative 


All correspondence to the Commission of Access, Diversity & Excellence should be forwarded to:

Commission of Access, Diversity & Excellence
Office of Access & Success
1307 New York Avenue, NW, Suite 400
Washington, DC 20005
Phone: 202-478-6046
Email: OAS@aplu.org

Meetings & Events Events

Jun
27
All Day
Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay Miami, FL

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