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CCSL Executive Committe

The Chancellor’s Committee on the Status of Latinos (CCSL) plays an important role addressing issues that impact Latinos. CCSL works proactively on the recruitment/retention of Latino students, faculty and staff, and support of Latino efforts on campus and in our communities. The Committee has taken a leadership position in enhancing cultural diversity on campus and bringing about a greater awareness of Latino assets through cultural, educational and political events.

2023-2024 Executive Committee:

Theresa Christenson-Caballero, Graduate College, Co-Chair

Viviana Kabbabe-Thompson, College of Applied Health Sciences, Co-Chair

Anna Pasillas-Santoyo, Office of Institutional Research

Elsa Soto, College of Engineering

Diana Soriano, College of Business Administration

Rodrigo Burgos, College of Pharmacy

Lorena Garcia, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Ramona Alcala, Office of External Fellowships

Gerardo Jimenez, Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Affairs and Academic Programs

Elizabeth Ramirez, L@S GANAS

Veronica Arreola, HSI Initiatives

Yesenia Villalobos, ACE

Anya Cruz, Pre-Health Advising, Liberal Arts and Scineces

Jorge Mena Robles, Latino Cultural Center

Mayra Sanchez,  College of Business Administration

Yazmin Rodriguez, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Edgar Gutierrez, School of Public Health

Paulina Guzman, College of Medicine

Alfredo Laurie, Material Management, Building Services

Marta Ayala, Latin American and Latino Studies

Sandra Cuellar Puri, College of Pharmacy

Barbara Sostaita, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Elena Carrillo, University Library

Stephanie Torres, Educational Psychology

Julian Ojeda, College of Business Administration

Wendy Rodriguez, College of Architecture, Design, and the Arts

Lucy Arias, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Rosa Cabrera, Latino Cultural Center, ex-officio

Jonathan Xavier Inda, Latin American and Latino Studies, ex-officio

Luis Duarte, Latin American Recruitment and Educational Services, ex-officio