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Whose job is accessibility?, part 1

November 2, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 11:50 am

First Fridays

In December 2017, the State Auditor published a report stating that it found California Community Colleges “were not adequately monitoring compliance with accessibility standards.” In this webinar, we catch up with two of the three districts that were the focus of the 2017 audit, and ask them to share lessons learned and insights gained in the past year.

For real-time captioning services, please contact scarrasco@ccconlineed.org at least 7 business days prior to the webinar date.

 

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Speakers:

Felipe Lopez Portrait Rick Miranda Portrait Marsha Reske Portrait



Felipe Lopez

Vice President of Business Services/Assistant Superintendent
Cerritos College

Bio: Mr. Lopez has over 16 years of experience working with community college finance. Mr. Lopez currently serves as the Vice President of Business Services/Assistant Superintendent at Cerritos College since January 2017. Prior to Cerritos College, Mr. Lopez served as the Chief Business Officer (CBO) at Compton CCD since March 2012 and worked in public accounting for 10 years auditing California Community Colleges and K-12 Districts.

Rick Miranda

Vice President, Academic Affairs
Cerritos College

Bio: Rick Miranda is a resident of Yorba Linda, California, and a lifelong native of southern California. As a child, he spent many weekends visiting the natural history museum in Los Angeles with his father. These visits, more than anything, spurred his interest in the sciences, and eventually led to a career in biology.
Mr. Miranda spent his collegiate years attending such institutions as Fullerton College; California State University, San Bernardino; and the University of California, Riverside; during which time he earned a BS and MS degree in biology. Following that, Mr. Miranda was a biology professor for nearly 8 years with Taft College in California’s central valley before transitioning into administration.
Mr. Miranda came to Cerritos College in the spring of 2012 as the Dean of Academic Affairs. In February of 2016 he was appointed the Acting Vice President of Academic Affairs and Assistant Superintendent, and in May 2017 he was appointed to serve in this position permanently. Rick continually facilitates opportunities for the campus to develop culturally responsive teaching and learning. He supports innovative education, curriculum and pedagogy, integrative teaching and learning, and research-based methodology. He strives to empower and encourage success by providing equitable access to resources.

Marsha Reske

Dean Distance Education
American River College

Bio: I have been plugged into online teaching and learning since introducing my students to the wonders of the internet while teaching English at the University of Guanajuato in Mexico in the 1990s. When I returned to the U.S. in 2001, I started working at American River College where I have held a variety of positions. My current role as the Dean of Distance Education is the most exciting one yet. Our DE team is developing ARC ONLINE which will provide students with fully online certificate and degree pathways with wrap around online support services.

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Date:
November 2, 2018
Time:
11:00 am - 11:50 am
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