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Valuing Black Lives Task Force

Structure and Leadership

The Valuing Black Lives Task Force is will consist of five subcomittees. Each subcommittee will have an administrative co-lead and at least one co-lead representing each of these categories: a staff member co-lead, a senate faculty co-lead, a non-senate faculty co-lead, and two student co-leads – one undergraduate and one graduate, as well as additional members, for a total of about 10 members per subcommittee.  

Once the academic year begins, the subcommittees will be expected to meet twice a month. The Task Force co-leads (Dania Matos, Jonathan Grady, and Robin DeLugan) will meet monthly with the subcommittee co-leads. The Task Force co-leads will meet with our executive sponsors – Chancellor Muñoz and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Camfield in October for a progress update, and again in December to review recommendations. 

Task Force Co-Leads

Dania Matos, J.D.;
Associate Chancellor and Chief Diversity Officer 
 
Jonathan Grady, Ph.D.;
Associate Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students 
 
Robin DeLugan, Ph.D.;
Academic Senate Liason 

Subcommittees and Their Administrative Co-Leads

  • Student Support Committee: Charles Nies, Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs 
  • Community Engagement Committee: Ed Klotzbier, Vice Chancellor and Chief External Relations Officer, External Relations
  • Policing and Anti-Black Violence Committee: Martin Reed, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Housing and Residence Life 
  • Staff and Faculty Recruitment and Retention Committee: Teenie Matlock, Vice Provost, Faculty and Nicole Pollack, Chief Human Resources Officer
  • Scholarship, Research and Funding Committee: Marjorie Zatz, Interim Vice Chancellor, Research and Economic Development

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