Diversity and EEO

 EEO Plan

​EEO STATEMENT:

West Valley-Mission Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer that seeks to employ a diverse workforce who will contribute to an inclusive and welcoming educational and employment environment. The District is committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of ethnic group identification, race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, physical disability, mental disability, genetic information, ancestry, gender identity, sexual orientation, language, accent, citizenship status, transgender status, parental status, marital status, economic status, military or veteran status, and medical condition consistent with applicable federal and state laws.

WVMCCD EEO Plan 2017-2020.pdf

 Diversity Advisory Council

​EEO Diversity Advisory Council

The District has established an Equal Employment Opportunity Diversity Advisory Committee, referred to as the EEO Diversity Advisory Council, to assist the District in implementing its EEO Plan. The EEO Diversity Advisory Council may also assist in promoting an understanding and support of equal opportunity and nondiscrimination policies and procedures.  The EEO Diversity Advisory Council may sponsor events, training, or other activities that promote equal employment opportunity, nondiscrimination, retention and diversity.

The EEO Diversity Advisory Council receives training in all of the following: (a) the requirements of Title 5 regulations regarding Equal Employment Opportunity and of state and federal nondiscrimination laws; (b) identification and elimination of bias in hiring; (c) the educational benefits of workforce diversity; and (d) the role of the advisory committee in carrying out the District’s EEO plan.

The EEO Diversity Advisory Council shall include a diverse membership whenever possible. At minimum, the Council will be composed of one faculty member from each college, appointed by the college Academic Senate, one classified employee from each college, appointed by the college Classified Senate, one administrator from the District office, appointed by the Chancellor, and one student from each college, appointed by the college student council. Ex officio members shall include the Associate Vice Chancellor of Human Resources and a Human Resources department recruitment specialist.

The EEO Diversity Advisory Council holds a minimum of four meetings per year, with additional meetings if needed to review EEO and diversity efforts, programs, policies, and progress. When appropriate, the Council shall make recommendations to the Board of Trustees, the Chancellor, and the equal employment opportunity officer.

 EEO/Diversity Advisory Council Members

Members

Albert M. Moore
Albert M. Moore
Associate Vice Chancellor, Human Resources
Amy Vu
Amy Vu
Faculty Instructor, Math
Daniel Le Guen-Schmidt
Daniel Le Guen-Schmidt
Executive Assistant, AVC Human Resources
Debra Williams
Debra Williams
Program Director II, DSPS & Valor Center
Donnelle McGee
Donnelle McGee
Faculty Instructor, English
Emilio Espinosa
Emilio Espinosa
Research Analyst, Contract Education
Jennifer Aguayo Vazquez
Jennifer Aguayo Vazquez
Faculty Instructor, Math
Kenneth Songco
Kenneth Songco
Program Director II, Student Equity & Success
Luan Szeto
Luan Szeto
Information Technology Technician
Matais Pouncil
Matais Pouncil
Activing Vice President, Instruction
Prachi Samant
Prachi Samant
Human Resources Analyst II
Ryan Ng
Ryan Ng
Human Resources Specialist II - Confidential
Sarah Randle
Sarah Randle
Information Technology Analyst
Sean McGowan
Sean McGowan
Human Resources Specialist II - Confidential
Stacy Hopkins
Stacy Hopkins
Faculty Instructor, Paralegal
Thuy Foot
Thuy Foot
Administrative Specialist, Instruction
Virginia Marquez
Virginia Marquez
Program Director II, EOPS
Xuan Lu
Xuan Lu
Program Assistant, DSPS
Paul Williams
Paul Williams
Director of Compliance, Training and Employee Relations

 Agendas / Meeting Summaries

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