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Liaison Ursula Kroemer
Submission Date Jan. 31, 2023

STARS v2.2

San Diego City College
PA-9: Committee on Investor Responsibility

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Does the institution have a formally established and active committee on investor responsibility (CIR) or equivalent body?:

The charter or mission statement of the CIR or other body which reflects social and environmental concerns or a brief description of how the CIR is tasked to address social and environmental concerns:

The San Diego Community College District’s 2021-22 Adopted Budget is developed through a collaborative process, which begins with the development of a Preliminary Budget in April, followed by a Tentative Budget in June and ends each year with governing boards required to approve a final Adopted Budget by September 15 of each year.

Does the CIR include academic staff representation?:

Does the CIR include non-academic staff representation?:

Does the CIR include student representation?:

Members of the CIR, including affiliations and role:

María-José Zeledón-Pérez
Academic Senate President | City College
John Crocitti
Academic Senate President | Mesa College
Pablo Martin
Academic Senate President | Miramar College
John Bromma
Academic Senate President | College of Continuing Education
Sean Ryan
Classified Senate President | City College
Sahar King
Classified Senate President | Mesa College
Kurt Hill
Classified Senate President | Miramar College
Neill Kovrig
Classified Senate President | College of Continuing Education
Jim Mahler
AFT President-Appointed
John Parker
Vice President, Administrative Services | City College
Lorenze Legaspi
Vice President, Administrative Services | Mesa College
Brett Bell
Vice President, Administrative Services | Miramar College
Jacqueline Sabanos
Vice President, Administrative Services | College of Continuing Education
Susan Topham
Vice Chancellor | Educational Services, District Office
Araceli Arreola-Bustamante
Accounting Supervisor, Budget | Business and Technology Services, District Office
Manager, Fiscal Services | Business and Technology Services, District Office
Director, Business and Fiscal Services | Business and Technology Services, District Office
Bonnie Ann Dowd, Chair
Executive Vice Chancellor | Business and Technology Services, District Office

Examples of CIR actions during the previous three years:

Budget Parameters and Priorities

The Board of Trustees is committed to maintaining the on‐going fiscal stability of SDCCD by meeting the State Chancellor’s Office fiscal monitoring requirements and Title 5 regulations related to principles of sound fiscal management. The District’s on‐going fiscal stability is essential to assuring achievement of SDCCD’s mission. The District’s core mission and function is that of student learning and success; therefore, fiscal and budget related decisions for the District’s FY 2022‐23 Adopted Budget have been made with this core mission in mind and to provide funding to the four Colleges, District Support Services, and District Office Divisions based upon anticipated state funding to be earned and received

Website URL where information about the institution’s committee on investor responsibility is available:

Additional documentation to support the submission:

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