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The committee is dedicated to addressing concerns and questions regarding the quality of services and education being provided by Mendocino College. The committee has been charged by the Trustees to develop a Native American Studies Program for Mendocino College. The committee meets monthly to develop support data that will eventually be presented as recommendations to the Board of Trustees.

Represented on the committee are members of the community, Mendocino College Native American students, faculty member appointed by the Mendocino College Academic Senate, and college administrative staff.

For more information, please contact Darletta Fulwider (707) 468-3229.

Current Committee Members:

Jesse Burnette, Chair

Angela James, Pinoleville Nation Representative

Gayle Zepeda, Redwood Valley Representative

Candace Gonzalez, Coyote Valley Representative

Winter Vansickle, Sherwood Valley Representative

Gabriel Ray, Scotts Valley Representative

Thomas Brown, El-Em Representative

Bryant Herrera, Coyote Valley Education Director

Heth McNerney, UUSD Title VII Counselor

John Feliz Jr, Student

Ramon Billy Jr, Student Representative

Virginia Guleff, Vice President of Education & Student Services

Ketmani Kouanchao, Dean of Student Services

Debra Polak, Dean of Instruction

Steve Hixenbaugh, Interim Dean of Career and Technology Education 

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Created: August 19, 1999 @ 12:00 AM
Last Modified: March 02, 2015 @ 03:37 PM

 





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