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Committee Meeting Dates

9/3/19, 9/17/19, 10/1/19, 10/15/19, 11/5/19, 11/19/19, 12/3/19, 2/18/20, 3/3/20, 3/17/20, 4/21/20, 5/5/20, 5/19/20

1:30 pm, ACA 2504

Please note: committee will meet only on the first Tues. of the month unless 2nd meeting is necessary.

Committee Members

Karen Daar, VP, Academic Affairs
Mike Lee, VP, Administrative Services
Tino Manzano, VP, Student Services
Jermain Pipkins, Dean, Teamsters 911

Howard Levine, Chair, BC
*June Miyasaki Chair, EPC, IEC Chair
Yih-Mei Hu, Chair, FPC
Josh Miller, Senate President
Christina Peter, Chair, PEPC
Meghan G. Cason, Chair, SSC
Gregory Morrison, Chair, TC
Meredith Leonard, Chair, WEC
Robert Medina, SEIU 721
Ruby Christian-Brougham, AFT 1521 Faculty Guild President
Jonathon Hooker AFT 1521A, Staff Guild
Mike Jack, Bldg & Trades/WEIU 99

Student Members
Oscar Juvera
Caesar Taura

Ex Officio
Erika A. Endrijonas,
LAVC President



Institutional Effectiveness Council

Institutional Effectiveness Council


The Institutional Effectiveness Council

The Institutional Effectiveness Council (IEC) has the responsibility to oversee the college’s planning process, coordinate and assess the strategic direction of the College, including review of the College’s Strategic Plan, and ensure that the college meets accreditation standards and implements the college’s accreditation planning agenda items. The Council ensures that the college budget supports the college’s mission and goals and links the college budget with college planning. Through the IEC, recommendations are made directly to the College President.

IEC Mission Statement

The IEC oversees, coordinates and assesses long-term planning and budgeting for the College as a basis for effective and informed decision-making through shared governance in alignment with the Educational Master Plan forwarding its recommendations to the College President.

LAVC Strategic Goals 

  • Goal 1: Foster Student completion by supporting a learner-centered environment
  • Goal 2: Increase equity by identifying gaps in achieving outcomes (transfer, associate degree, certificate, etc.) and implement effective models and programming to minimize gaps
  • Goal 3: Through the College's shared governance structures, maximize institutional effectiveness through evaluation of environmental, human, physical and financial resources.

Annual Goals for 2018-2019

  1. Revise the Shared Governance Handbook.
  2. Evaluate the shared governance process.
  3. Monitor the progress of Guided Pathways.
  4. Monitor the development and implementation of a new college brand and associated marketing activities.
  5. Monitor the development, integration, and implementation of campus wide classified, faculty, and administrative professional development.

IEC Guiding Principles

  1. Foster active participation and communication between all shared governance standing committees and workgroups.
  2. Ensure all recommendations made to the College President are data-driven with factual and substantiated details. Specifically, collects and analyzes data to meet the objectives of the Educational Master Plan, as well as, the campus strategic and operational plans.
  3. Be mindful of fiscal considerations in discussions but never to the detriment of student success.

IEC Membership/Constituencies (PDF)

2015-2016 Shared Governance Handbook (PDF; 632KB)

IEC SharePoint site

How to use SharePoint (Doc) 

Decision-Making: Shared Governance Committee Structure 2017-2018 [PDF: 13KB]