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4) UC Undocumented Coalition - In our last meeting with Student Affairs (November), Student Affairs committed to discussing how to achieve better representation on the "President Advisor Council for Undocumented Community and Immigration". -Q: Are you (Napolitano) open to having student groups like the UC Undocumented Coalition in addition to campus staff work with UCOP in handling future selection process for this council? - A: She seemed opposed to this, but is open to having a selection process similar to that of the Student Regent selection, where the Undocumented Coalition picks up to 3 student candidates and UCOP picks the member(s) that sit on the council from that pool of candidates. Not the best option, but a start to many follow-up conversations!
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Finally, the External Affairs Office consists of a staff of four individuals: The Chief of Staff, Executive Assistant, Legislative Director, and Organizing Director. Each individual is required to assist the EVP with different branches of advocacy: University Affairs, Government Relations, and Campus Action. The individuals have put in a lot of work this year, so I’ve asked them to provide a summary of the work they have done upon hire. Their reports are included below. ______________________________________________________________________________ EVP Staff Reports ___________________________________________________________________________________ Davon Thomas, Chief of Staff As Chief of Staff, my job is to serve as the right-hand to the Vice President of External Affairs and to help guide the office in her absence and to assist the three interns with their respective work. Since my hire, I have served as Judith's proxy during the UC Student Association board meetings. Each month, we travel to a different UC campus and discuss UCSA issues, local campuses, and federal and state policies. During these board meetings, I participate in committee breakouts with the “perm-ignite” campaign and report back our discussions to the EVP. I serve as the Undergraduate Representative on the University Committee on Affirmative Action, Diversity, and Equity and the information taken from these committee breakouts allows me to be effective within UCAADE meetings as a representative for students. Along with the other staff in the EVP office, we hosted a “Know Your IX” for the Systemwide Title IX day. We educated students on Title IX rights and how to contact their legislators about the horrid anti-Title IX from Washington D.C and the federal government. I facilitated office meetings while Judith was away dealing with UCSA issues. During the last UCSA Board meeting, I spoke with the Student Regent, Paul Monge about providing him a list of UCSC admin that we wanted him to talk to on our behalf. In the last SUA meeting, I proposed this to the assembly and asked them to provide names of admin and the issues they wanted the student regents to advocate on their behalf for. We will be hosting the Student Regent on the first week of school and I will send the list before they arrive.
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