The Vision 2030 roadmap offers meaningful solutions for not only removing barriers, but lifting the lid on what’s possible with a unified digital ecosystem. A centralized point of access is a critical component in these solutions, providing students with a single place to access all of the resources and services they need to streamline the student experience and make it easier for students to stay on track and succeed.
In partnership with CollegeBuys, join Pathify for a 1-hour webinar as IT leaders representing a diverse set of community college districts discuss how a centralized point of student access amplifies the tech stack at their institutions. The panel will shed light on their journey to creating a cohesive student experience while smashing technology silos.
IT User Support Specialist, North Orange County CCD
Yuvia Coleman is a dedicated and detail-oriented professional with a strong passion for leveraging technology to solve complex problems. With an impressive 9-year career in the field of Communications, Yuvia has consistently demonstrated her prowess as a tech-savvy problem-solver, making a significant impact in various educational institutions. She currently serves as the IT User Support Specialist at the North Orange County Community College District, where she plays a crucial role in ensuring seamless technology integration and user support within the organization. Her commitment to delivering exceptional IT services has made her an invaluable resource for both staff and students.
TRiO Student Development Specialist, Lassen Community College
Tara Bias is a dynamic professional with a wealth of experience and a strong commitment to the field of student development and marketing. With a career spanning over 6 years at Lassen Community College, Tara holds the role of TRiO Student Development Specialist, where she has made a significant impact in supporting students’ growth and success.
As the TRiO Student Development Specialist at Lassen Community College, Tara Bias combines her education and experience to provide essential support to students while nurturing her passion for marketing. Her unique blend of skills and her relentless pursuit of knowledge make her a valuable asset to both her institution and the field of marketing. Tara is currently pursuing her master’s degree at CSU Global in Marketing with a specialization in Digital Marketing.
Dean of Institutional Effectiveness, Chaffey College
Rob Rundquist began working at Chaffey College in 2003. He currently supervises many of the college’s campus-wide activities—including Guided Pathways, Distance Education, Dual Enrollment, Turning Point and Rising Scholars. He briefly served as Visiting Vice Chancellor for Guided Pathways with the Chancellor’s Office from May 2018 to July 2019. In that role, he assisted in the strategic development and implementation of the Guided Pathways framework in support of the California Community Colleges Vision for Success. Rundquist coordinated with various programs and divisions of the Chancellor’s Office in order to directly support the field with tools and resources to maximize Guided Pathways implementation at the regional, District, and college levels.