CMA's Advisory Board
The Center for Multicultural Affairs (CMA) is supported by an advisory board, comprised of members that are dedicated to assisting the CMA achieve its mission of promoting the Universities' commitment to inclusion and student success by providing programs and services that assist and support underrepresented students and enrich the academic, cultural, and social experience of all students.
The purpose of the CMA Advisory Board is to advise the Director of The Center for Multicultural Affairs on program planning and the development of institutional and external partnerships that promote student success and degree completion for students of color. Advisory board members will use CMA's mission statement as a guiding principle when assessing CMA programs and advocating for resources.
CMA Advisory Board members serve staggered terms and appointed based on recommendations from the advisory board and the Director of the Center for Multicultural Affairs. A board member may not serve more than 2 consecutive terms. The Board convenes monthly meetings on the fourth Wednesday of every month. Meeting are held in the Center for Multicultural Affairs Conference Room.
The CMA advisory board consists of members of the BSU faculty and staff community, as well as representatives from the external community. The structure of the board is as follows:
· 1 Student Affairs Administrator - Mr. Richardson Pierre-Louis
· 1 Member of Christian Fellowship - seat currently vacant
· 1 Faculty member from Service Learning - Dr. Jonathon White
· The Director of Undergraduate Research - Dr. Lee Torda
1 Member from Bridgewater State College's
· 1 Member from Bridgewater State College's Afro-American Alumni Society - Mr. Luis Rosa
· 1 Member of the Brockton Black Clergy - seat currently vacant
· 1 Member of the Brockton NAACP - seat currently vacant
· The Director of Institutional Diversity - Dr. William Lewis
3 Faculty members, including 1 from the
· 1 Member at large - seat currently vacant
· The Director of the Center for Multicultural Affairs serves as ad hoc member - Ms. Andrea Garr-Barnes
Last Modified: September 2, 2011