The Women & Gender Collaborative oversees several campus committees and task forces that inform campus policy and programming. Service on a committee is structured to provide inclusive professional and leadership development opportunities for members.
To get involved with the Women & Gender Collaborative through committee service, please complete this form.
Learn more about the Systems-Based Leadership Development through Service model that informs these committees here.
Plans for the Annual Women of Color Summit and Women of Color Luncheons to build community and offer personal and professional development opportunities for women of color faculty and staff.
Organizes three-part series each semester, which features women leaders from across campus to provide insight and information on topics related to navigating institutional structures.
CSU Gender Summit Planning Committee
Develops strategy, goals, collaborations, and resources to put on the annual CSU Gender Summit, which aims to connect and inform all gender-related efforts across campus through recognition of achievements, critical dialogues, plenary sessions, and programs to foster healing and support.
Several internal groups within the FFC @ CSU vitally support the overall breadth and effectiveness of FFC influence on campus culture. Members practice and develop skills in inclusive practices and leadership development.
Feminist Fight Club for men
Offers regular opportunities to discuss and share concrete strategies men can practice to improve the culture and climate around gender at CSU, in collaboration with the FFC @ CSU groups. (launching Spring 2019)
Plans and informs strategy and recruitment for the Man: Educate Yourself program and the Feminist Fight Club for Men, as well as identifying other programmatic needs for supporting men as they engage in gender equity efforts.
Organizes book club meetings focusing on appreciating women’s differences, intersectional identities, and diverse experiences by reading books that are written from diverse authors covering a wide range of identities, experiences, and perspectives.
HERS & AMI COMMITTEe
Reviews applications and nominations for CSU employees to participate in regional and national professional and leadership development programs for women in higher education and organizes opportunities for ongoing community development among alumnae. (Former participation in HERS or AMI is strongly preferred among committee members.)
Awards & Recognition for Gender Equity Committee
Organizes strategic outreach, support, and nomination processes for University awards to increase recognition of outstanding service, research, teaching and leadership among women, non-binary, and allied employees. Tracks key achievements across campus to be recognized at the Gender Summit.
Policies & Practices To support Trans & Non-Binary Employees Committee
Advocates for the needs of our trans and non-binary employees by providing recommendations on institutional policies & practices, and offering programming opportunities for community building and support.
UNIVERSITY SEXUALITY EDUCATION TASK FORCe
Explores and develops recommendations for increasing campus-wide engagement with campus resources, programs, and academic courses that highlight issues of diversity, inclusion, and social justice in the realm of sexuality and interpersonal relationships.
Dependent Care committee
Researches and drafts recommendations to improve University practices that support employees with dependent care responsibilities.