Mesa Pathways Committee
The Mesa Pathways Committee acts as an advisory committee whose members are charged with assisting in the coordination of workgroup activities, aid in the creating Mesa Pathways professional development activities, provide guidance and support to all aspects of the work of Mesa Pathways.
- Serve in an advisory capacity for the Mesa Pathways work and to the various workgroups.
- Assist and support in creating Mesa Pathways professional developing activities for the campus.
- Members will report to various constituent groups about Mesa Pathways work, activities, and progress.
- Provide guidance in the development of policies and procedures affecting the Mesa Pathway initiative.
- Workgroups will have strong support and guidance for completing its charge.
- Members of the committee will take an active part in the Guided Pathways initiative by playing an active role in a workgroup.
- Campus community will benefit from hearing and understanding a consistent message from all members of the committee pertaining to the work, activities, and progress of Mesa Pathways.
Meetings are on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month. Meetings are being held virtually until further notice.
|Spring Semester 2020||Fall Semester 2019|
Agendas & Meeting Notes
|Name||Title||Department / Program / Affiliations|
|Howard Eskew||Pathways Coordinator||Faculty, Counseling|
|Toni Parsons||Pathways Coordinator||Faculty, Mathematics|
|Marisa Alioto||Pathways Coordinator||Faculty, Mathematics|
|Charlie Lieu||Classified Senate President||College Technical Analyst|
|Manuel Velez||Academic Senate President||Faculty, Chicano Studies|
|Taylor Carpenter||Student Senate President||Associated Students|
|Terry Kohlenberg||Chair of Chairs||Faculty, Communication Studies|
|Isabel O’Connor||Vice President of Instruction||Instruction|
|Ashanti Hands||Vice President of Student Services||Student Services|
|Leslie Shimazaki||Instructional Dean||Instruction|
|Larry Maxey||Student Services Dean||Student Success and Equity|
|Hai Hoang||IR Representative||Institutional Research|
|Jennifer Kearns||Director of Communications||Office of Communications|