African American Faculty and Staff Association (AAFSA)

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All meetings and events will be will be held from 12pm to 1pm.  

Bring friends and colleagues. Learn about new opportunities. Make new connections.         

Upcoming 2018-19 Business Meetings

  • November 1, 2018 - 12-1pm, Room TBD
  • February 2, 2019 - 12-1pm, Room TBD
  • May, 15, 2019 - 12-1pm, Room TBD

VISION

AAFSA serves as an advocate for faculty and staff members at the University of California – Davis; addresses key issues impacting the African diaspora communities; facilitates connections amongst the African diaspora on campus and surrounding communities; encourages recruitment, retention, mentorship, and career advancement of AAFSA members; and serves in an advisory capacity for senior university leadership on equity, diversity, and inclusion.

MEMBERSHIP

AAFSA serves as a professional organization and as such, membership is open to the following groups who share an interest in promoting African Diaspora leadership, engaging in campus issues, and supporting the African Diaspora community: 1) all UC Davis employees and 2) Graduates students who are UC Davis employees. Undergraduate students are not eligible for membership.

AAFSA LEADERSHIP TEAM 2018-2020

Chair:

Co-Vice Chairs:

  • Dr. Kawami Evans - Associate Director, Center for African Diaspora Student Success, klcevans@ucdavis.edu, (530) 752-9817
  • Chantay Jones - Executive Store Lead, UC Davis Bookstore, crjon@ucdavis.edu, (530) 297-4450

Co-Secretary: 

Treasurer: 

General Email Contact for AAFSA Leadership Team: leadership-AAFSA@ucdavis.edu

Ex-Officio Chair:  Vicki Gomez, vlgomez@ucdavis.edu, (530) 752-2158



UCD LINKS
Campus and Community Resources
Conflict Resolution
Sexual Harassment
Education/Training
Staff Assembly Education Funding

COMMUNITY RESOURCES
NAACP
Black Chamber of Commerce
100 Black Men of Sacramento

"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy."

~ Martin Luther King Jr.