Planning & Budgeting Council

2021-2022 PBC Members

Position Member
Academic Senate President or Vice President (ex officio) David Eck
Classified Senate President or Vice President (ex officio) Roslind Young
IPC Representative Lisa Palmer
SSPC Representative Maria Huning
Academic Support and Learning Resources Faculty Representative Julian Taylor
Kinesiology, Athletics, and Dance Faculty Representative Nick Carr
Business, Design & Workforce Division Faculty Representative Ronda Chaney/Paul Naas
Humanities & Social Sciences Division Faculty Representative Alicia Aguirre
Science & Technology Division Faculty Representative Ray LaPuz
Student Services Faculty Representative Vacant
Adjunct or FT Faculty Representative at large Denise Erickson
ASCC Student Representative Lesly Ta
ASCC Student Representative Vacant
Classified Representative Rachel Corrales
Classified Representative Joshua Forman-Ortiz
Classified Representative Alyssa Lucchini
Classified Representative Peggy Perruccio
Classified Representative Claudia Rosales
Classified Representative at large Jeanne Stalker
Dean Hyla Lacefield
Dean of PRIE Karen Engel
Director of Marketing, Comm & PR Megan Rodriguez Antone
Vice President of Instruction Chialin Hsieh, Interim
Vice President of Student Services Manuel Alejandro Pérez
Vice President of Administrative Services Ludmila Prisecar
College President (ex officio, non-voting) Kim Lopez

PBC Membership

Updated by PBC on May 1, 2019

Membership in the PBC should address two goals: 1) representation of constituencies, and 2) inclusion of individuals with specialized knowledge, skills, and abilities. The following individuals would be members:

PBC Member:

Appointed by:

Academic Senate President or Vice President (co-chair)

Academic Senate

Classified Senate President or Vice President (co-chair)

Classified Senate

IPC Representative

IPC

SSPC Representative

SSPC

Faculty Representatives - one from each of the Instructional Divisions, one from Student Services, and one at-large representative at the Academic Senate’s discretion.  Note:  one of these faculty members could be an adjunct faculty, if possible.

Academic Senate

Student Services VP (for SS rep)

Classified Representatives – the number of classified staff representatives should match the total number of faculty representatives including one at-large representative chosen at the Classified Senate’s discretion.  As much as possible, representation should be balanced across divisions and major college functions.

Classified Senate

Two (2) ASCC Representatives

ASCC

Dean of Planning, Research and Institutional Effectiveness

By virtue of position

Vice President of Administration

By virtue of position

Director of Marketing and Public Information

By virtue of position

Dean

By virtue of position (and President)

VPI

By virtue of position

VPSS

By virtue of position

College President (ex officio) – no voting rights

By virtue of position

 Total Voting members: 21. 

Membership Terms

Updated by PBC on November 7, 2018

Appointed members (who are not members by virtue of their position) will serve for a maximum of two years. These members, faculty, classified staff, and student representatives, are appointed in alternating years, staggering the rotation of members on and off the Council.  Staggering appointments will assure continuity of knowledge on the Council. Members will be asked to serve on work groups or ad hoc committees as needed (based on availability of time) for the balance of service. Work groups (when needed) consist of four, and a minimum of two, PBC members.

All appointments will be made by June preceding the terms of appointment.

Student terms will be for one year (August 15 – June 30) with appointments made in August.

Note: Members who serve by virtue of their position do vote, with the exception of the college president who is non-voting; all other members are elected/selected by their constituencies and do vote.

Annual Orientation of Members

Updated by PBC on November 7, 2018

Every member (excluding the college president), in order to retain their membership, is required to attend a yearly orientation. The annual orientation will take place no later than the second meeting of the the Fall semester.

 The orientation topics should include but are not limited to:

  • College organization chart, mission, planning and budget cycle
  • Board Policy and Administrative Procedure
  • Title 5 section 53200 et seq., Title 5 section 51023.5 and Title 5 section 51023.7
  • Training and materials on academic and professional (10+1) matters
  • Committee structure, goals, purpose and composition
  • Contact information for committee members

In addition to the PBC membership, the orientation is open to the District Board of Trustees and the whole campus community.. This training is under the purview of the Offices of Planning, Research, Innovation and Effectiveness (PRIE) and Administrative Services.