Campus Coordinated Response Committee (CCRC)


The CSUDH Coordinated Campus Response Committee (CCRC) is a team of community stakeholders collaborating to bring about campus wide structural change for faculty, staff, and students through the prevention of, and a comprehensive, trauma-informed response to, domestic and sexual violence.

2021-22 Membership:

  • Mayra Romo, Director, Center for Advocacy, Prevention, and Empowerment (CAPE) (Co-Chair)
  • Daryl Evans, Advisor, College of Business and Public Policy (Respondent Support Advisor)
  • Megan Tagle Adams, Program Director, Women's Resource Center
  • Bri Sérráno, Program Director, Queer Culture and Resource Center
  • Carlos Velez, Chief of Police, CSUDH Police Department
  • Lesley Stevenson, Associate Director, Campus Housing
  • Jasmine Coleman, Program Manager, YWCA Compton Empowerment Center (community agency)
  • Dr. Tiffany Herbert, Interim Director, Student Psychological Services
  • Dr. Kirti Celly, Professor, Academic Senate (Faculty Representative
  • Lawrence Kimaara, Senior Risk Manager/Interim DHR Administrator
  • Dr. Matt Smith, Dean of Students/AVP, Student Affairs
  • Dr. Tim Caron, Associate Dean, College of Arts and Humanities
  • Dr. Cheryl Koos, Associate Vice President, Faculty Affairs
  • Paul Vu, Department of Social Work/CalSWEC Field Consultant, DCFS Stipend Coor., Full-Time Lecturer
  • TBA, Greek Life Representative
  • TBA, Associated Students, Incorporated (ASI) Representative
  • TBA, Student Health Services
  • TBA, Rainbow Services (community agency)
  • TBA, Bureau of Victim Services (community agency)


In Fall 2017, the former Title IX Office (now Office of Equity and Inclusion) convened constituents from departments, offices, and agencies at CSUDH and the city of Carson to form the Title IX Campus Coordinated Response Committee (CCRC), chaired by the Title IX Officer.

In 2020, the CCRC removed "Title IX" from their name and adapted their mission statement. The CCRC also welcomed a new Co-Chair.

The CCRC is currently chaired by a representative from the Office of Equity and Inclusion, and a representative from the Center for Advocacy Prevention and Empowerment (CAPE). For more information, please contact the Office of Equity and Inclusion or CAPE.


2021-22 CCRC Suggested Syllabus Statement for CSUDH Faculty