Constituent interest groups sponsored through the Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion are diverse campus organizations whose members provide opportunities for staff and faculty to explore and share the many contributions they bring to the University. These volunteers work to bring about a broad-based awareness, promote a shared environment of sensitivity and understanding, and encourage excellence and advancement at all levels within the UC Davis campus community.
Administrative Management Group
Purpose of ADMAN: The University of California, Davis Administrative Management Group (ADMAN) is a professional organization of middle managers with an impressive track record of accomplishing its goals and objectives. ADMAN has acted as a broad-based planning resource group for the administration for many years. The group is committed to enhancing the individual member’s effectiveness in their area of responsibility. ADMAN also functions as a network of peers who meet to discuss management and problem-solving issues.
What the Group Does: From its inception, ADMAN has been a vital communication link among unit managers, and between them and the central campus administration. The group, under the leadership of the Vice-chair, organizes the annual Mid-management Conference, which is focused around current topics of interest to campus managers. ADMAN has reviewed a wide variety of proposed policies, ranging from student registration matters to personnel issues, to changes in the accounting and payroll systems, and contributes to numerous campus committees. Current projects, meeting minutes and upcoming functions/events are made available on the ADMAN web page.
The majority of ADMAN's work is done by committee. Under the direction of the Executive Board, each committee has taken a proactive stance in accomplishing its objectives. These include the Affirmative Action, annual Mid-management Conference, Membership and various Ad Hoc Committees. The Executive Board and the membership work hard at resolving issues, always with an eye to the future.
ADMAN has played a key advisory role with campus administrators. Since its formation, ADMAN has grown into a strong lobby for campus management issues.
African American Faculty and Staff Association
AAFSA serves as an advocate for faculty and staff members at the University of California – Davis; addresses key issues impacting the African diaspora communities; facilitates connections amongst the African diaspora on campus and surrounding communities; encourages recruitment, retention, mentorship, and career advancement of AAFSA members; and serves in an advisory capacity for senior university leadership on equity, diversity, and inclusion.
AAFSA serves as a professional organization and as such, membership is open to the following groups who share an interest in promoting African Diaspora leadership, engaging in campus issues, and supporting the African Diaspora community: 1) all UC Davis employees and 2) Graduates students who are UC Davis employees. Undergraduate students are not eligible for membership.
AAFSA LEADERSHIP TEAM 2018-2020
- Dr. Kawami Evans - Associate Director, Center for African Diaspora Student Success, email@example.com, (530) 752-9817
- Chantay Jones - Executive Store Lead, UC Davis Bookstore, firstname.lastname@example.org, (530) 297-4450
- Cecily Nelson-Alford - Director, Women's Resources and Research Center, email@example.com
- Alexandria Hurtt - Graduate Student, School of Education, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mina Para Matlon - Managing Director, Imagining America, email@example.com, (530) 297-4643
General Email Contact for AAFSA Leadership Team: leadership-AAFSA@ucdavis.edu
Ex-Officio Chair: Vicki Gomez, firstname.lastname@example.org, (530) 752-2158
Asian Pacific American Systemwide Alliance
To promote the general welfare and interests of the Asian Pacific American faculty, staff and students at UC Davis.
What We Do
- Serve as leaders and official representatives of the Asian Pacific American community at UC Davis
- Strengthen professional and social relationships between Asian Pacific American staff, faculty and the University
- Encourage recruitment, hiring and retention of Asian Pacific American staff and faculty at UC Davis
- Promote career and personal development opportunities for the Asian Pacific American staff and faculty at UC Davis
- Promote, pursue and implement diversity on the UC Davis campus
Keep Us Informed
Send us your comments, suggestions, questions and news!
Subscribe to our e-mail listserv by contacting APASA Board at email@example.com.
For more information, please contact:
Krissy Ocampo, Co-Chair
Student Recruitment & Retention Center
Roger Moy, Co-Chair
Student Affairs Divisional Resources
Chancellor's Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, and Asexual Issues
The mission of the Chancellor’s Committee on LGBTQIA Issues is to serve the campus and the greater Davis area by bringing our many communities together and providing resources and information to help connect and support them. The CCLGBTQIA strives to call attention to issues of relevance and concern to LGBTQIA staff, faculty, and students. We advocate for and collaborate with other organizations and constituencies in our common pursuit of social justice.
Goals and Activities
The CCLGBTQIA sponsors the Speakers Bureau, which consists of trained staff, faculty, and students who provide panel programs to classrooms, residence halls and other organizations by request.
Latinx Staff and Faculty Association
The mission of the Latinx Staff and Faculty Association (LSFA) is to provide information about the campus community and to offer professional guidance to those seeking support or career advancement.
LSFA will act as a collaborative unit and advocate for the concerns and issues at the University and Community level for staff, faculty, and students.
LSFA will act as a bridge and catalyst to support and guide Latinx identified staff and faculty members who seek to enhance and develop their professional roles and responsibilities within the University of California, Davis.
- Higher participation from LSFA General Members
- Partner with UC Davis recruitment to achieve “To Boldly Go” Goal #3
- Embrace diversity, practice inclusive excellence, and strive for equity; and make UC Davis a place of excellence for learning and working by supporting a culture that values the contributions and aspirations of all our students, staff and faculty, promotes wellness, and cultivates the open interchange of ideas
- Collaborate with other Employee Resource Groups, Student Organizations, Faculty, and Departments
- Pursue connection with Center for Chicanx and Latinx Academic Student Success
- Professional Development
- Share Cultural Celebrations & Traditions
- Life Work Balance
- Follow us on Facebook
If you would like to subscribe to our email list and become a member, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated: September 24, 2019
Native American Faculty & Staff Association
The UC Davis Native American Faculty & Staff Association is a constituent group of UC Davis. Any employee of UC Davis is eligible for membership; no verification of heritage is required. We only ask that you be committed to diversity and support fellow employees at UC Davis. The purpose of the Native American Faculty & Staff Association is to develop and maintain a support group for UC Davis staff, faculty, and students which enhances and increases the presence and visibility of Native Americans and Alaskan Natives within our community. We promote employment, training, and advancement of American Indian staff into positions of increased responsibility (i.e., supervisory, management, and executive positions) and support the goals and mission of the UC system in general and specifically at UC Davis.
We sponsor events and activities that are of interest to the membership including Native American Cultural Days, member art workshops, off-campus activities, and speaking engagements.
UCD Community Interest Groups are sponsored by the Offices of the Chancellor and Provost and the Office of Campus Community Relations to support and represent staff and faculty diversity on campus. Volunteers work to bring about a broad-based awareness, promote a shared environment of sensitivity and understanding, and encourage excellence and advancement at all levels within the UC Davis campus community.
Veronica Passalacqua, Chair
Curator, C.N. Gorman Museum
1316 Hart Hall
Hulleah J. Tsinhnahjinnie
Associate Professor, Native American Studies
Director, C.N. Gorman Museum
Assistant Director, Admissions
Native American Arts
C.N. Gorman Museum at UCD features artworks and lectures by contemporary Native American and Indigenous artists.
Southwest Museum at the Autry National Center, Los Angeles has an exceptional collection of California and Southwestern Native art and features exhibitions, events and an annual market in Nov.
Heard Museum, Phoenix holds substantial collections and a wide range of Native American exhibitions with an emphasis on the SW.
Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis has been a leader over the last ten years in acquisition of important contemporary Native American and First Nations art through their Fellowship Program and annual market. Works from the historical and contemporary collections are regularly on exhibit.
Oakland Museum of California includes a historical display of California lifeways and basketry.
Bay Area Native American Indian Network provides a regular schedule of exhibitions and events in the Bay area.
Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, UC Berkeley, 103 Kroeber Hall, Berkeley.
California State Indian Museum, Sacramento.
Jesse Peter Native American Art Museum, Santa Rosa Jr. College, Bussman Hall, emphasises California cultures, artists change Monthly.
Maidu Museum and Historic Site, Roseville.
Marin Museum of the American Indian, Novato.
Mendocino County Museum, Willits.
Northern California Flute Circle, Native American Flute concerts & workshops.
Pacific Western Traders, Folsom. Native American arts, books, recordings, videos, Pendleton blankets. Changing exhibits.
National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian, Washington DC. Check out their online exhibits!
Institute of American Indian Arts Museum, Santa Fe.
Wheelwright Museum, Santa Fe, hosts changing exhibitions of contemporary and historic Native American art with an emphasis on the Southwest.
Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, Santa Fe.
Native American Service & Community Organizations
Sacramento Native American Health Center, 2020 J Street, Sacramento. 916-341-0575.
Chapa De Indian Health Clinic, 175 W. Court Street, Woodland. 530-661-4400.
Intertribal Friendship House, 523 International Blvd, Oakland. 510.836-1955. Classes: Tues: Beading, Drum, Aerobics. Thurs: Medicine Warriors/All Nations Dance, Fri: Talking Circles, Sat: Gardening, Parenting. Library open some Tues/Thurs.
Tribal Economics and Social Solutions Agency, Sacramento. Native American foster care agency.
American Indian Child Resource Center, Oakland. Native American foster care agency.
Veteran Constituency Group
The Veteran Constituency Group's mission is to serve as a campus veteran resource that fosters unity and advocates on behalf of veteran staff, faculty and students in an effort to increase the presence, visibility and advocacy of the University of California, Davis veterans, service members and families. We will work to bring about a broad-based awareness, promote a shared environment of sensitivity and understanding, and encourage excellence and advancement at all levels within the UC Davis campus community.
Through the Staff Diversity Administrative Advisory Committee (SDAAC) the Veteran Constituency Group will review campus policies and procedures affecting veterans relative to employment and educational opportunities and make recommendations to promote the general welfare and interests of the veteran, service member, and military family of faculty, staff and students at UC Davis.
The UCD Veteran Constituency Group (VCG) effort was initiated in late summer 2013 as a subcommittee of the Affirmative Action subcommittee of University of California, Davis’s Staff Diversity Administrative Advisory Committee (SDAAC), led by Maxine Rogers (Central HR) and Sara Reed (Shared Services Center). The Charge of SDAAC includes reviewing the UCD Annual Affirmative Action plan and making recommendations to human resources regarding programs and activities for staff. As SDAAC became more knowledgeable about the increasing staff and student veteran population the group took steps to ensure the campus community was inclusive and welcoming of Veterans.
In response to the Affirmation Action Staff Personnel Plan, the Affirmative Action subcommittee developed an outreach plan and presented to SDAAC. The outreach plan focused on employment and educational opportunities for veterans on the UC Davis Campus. To assist in addressing the needs of Veterans the Affirmative Action subcommittee recommended that a Veterans Subcommittee be created by SDAAC.
A group of individuals, both supporters and veterans, worked diligently for over a year to become a recognized constituent group and were recognized on November 19, 2014 . The initial group includes veterans, currently serving Reserve individuals, military family members, and supporters of veterans and military members and have supported current efforts on campus in support of students and staff recruitment.