The President’s Equity and Change Commission Network is comprised of dedicated and knowledgeable staff, faculty and community member(s) that will support and engage with the Commission in a variety of ways inclusive of active membership on Commission committees as well as by serving as a consultancy group for ideas and feedback to benefit the campus community. 

Network Member Department Top 3 Constituencies
Shelly-Ann Collins CAPS

Black faculty, staff & students

Queer faculty, staff & students

California Faculty Association, Council for Racial & Social Justice

Joanna Barreras Social Work  
La Keysha Carter Undergraduate Center for Undergraduate Advising Black Faculty and Staff Community, University Advising, APC Union
Belinda Daughrity Speech-Language Pathology/College of Health & Human Services Black/African-American, Black church, and HBCU alumni.
Crystal Edwards Africana Studies  Black/African-American, Black Faculty and Staff Association, LGBTQIA+ Students of Color
Araceli Esparza English, College of Liberal Arts First-generation students of color; Latina/o/x Students and Faculty; CSULB Faculty Parents and Caregivers Group
Anita Fitzgerald Nursing LGBTQ+ community; CHHS; CSULB students.
Lisa Fascia Enrollment Services Students, faculty, and staff
Miriam Henan-Watts Family and Consumer Sciences, College of Health & Human Services Age Friendly University, Equity issues with age, Disabilities and education
Barbara LeMaster American Sign Language Linguistics, College of Liberal Arts American Sign Language Linguistics and Deaf Cultures (ASLD), Departments of Anthropology and Linguistics, College of Liberal Arts
Eduardo Leyva Educational Opportunity Program Latinx Faculty and Staff Association; Student Financial Services; College of Education - Educational Leadership
First-generation students, Latinx students, staff and faculty, Basic Needs and Cal Fresh Outreach participants
Academic Advisors, College of Health & Human Services leadership, CSULB Staff
Angela Locks Academic Affairs and College of Education  
Dennis López English Department, College of Liberal Arts First-generation working-class students of color, College of Liberal Arts staff and faculty, and the California Faculty Association.
Heather Macias Teacher Education  
Alfredo Macias Forty-Niner Shops Forty-niner Shops Inc, Family Consumer Sciences, Housing
Danielle Munoz  Basic Needs 

Housing and food insecure students, first-generation students, LGBTQIA students, Latinx, Black and Indigenous students, staff and faculty

Basic Needs and Cal Fresh Outreach participants

Students experiencing mental health, disability access issues, students experiencing financial wellness challenges

Oscar Navarro Teacher Education & Liberal Studies First-Generation Students of Color, Latinx Faculty Staff Association, and future educators of Color
Anna Nazarian-Peters Student Life Development Student Leaders, Native American Students and Community Members, Division of Student Affairs
Mary Nguyen Bob Murphy Access Center  
Kara Perkins Budget & Administration Division of Admin & Finance, Campus wide budget/fiscal staff, Resource Planning Process/Campus Fiscal Committees. 
Aubrey Priest Antelope Valley Engineering Diversity and Inclusion Leadership, International Interdisciplinary Honor Society-Alpha Iota Sigma, CSULB Engineering
Tianjiao Qiu Marketing  
Mignon Richardson Bob Murphy Access Center 

Disabled Student Services, Black Staff & Faculty, Sistahs on Campus


Cecelia Smalls Griswold Teacher Education, College of Education College of Education: Students, Faculty and Staff
Norma Salcedo Dream Success Center Division of Student Affairs, For Undocumented Empowered Leaders (FUEL), Latinx Student Union
Kris Slowinski   science faculty, academic administrators and advisors, first generation Americans at CSULB
Norma Stein Retired, SVP Human Resources The Jewish community, The underserved and marginalized in Long Beach and West Orange County and the surrounding communities, Individuals, families, and children in need of support services, including counseling, support groups, care management for older adults, court-referred counseling, and emergency financial assistance.
Marita Swanson Human Resources Management and DAF  
Alyssa Torres Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum
Rene Trevino English, College of Liberal Arts College of Liberal Arts, Helena María Viramontes Annual Lecture in Latina/o Literature, American Literature Association
Patricia Trinidad Health Science, College of Health & Human Services Interns at Center for Latino Community Health, Evaluation, Leadership, and Training, and faculty and staff at Center for Health Equity Research.
Kellie Walters Kinesiology, College of Health & Human Services CSULB Faculty Parents and Caregivers Group, College of Health and Human Services, Department of Kinesiology 
Kimberly Walters International Studies, College of Liberal Arts  
Majid Zahedi 49er Shops