ACPA Coalitions & Networks

 

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PAN group at ACPA18
Craig Elliott and a member holding an ACPA Latinx network
5 APAN leaders standing at a table during ACPA20 handing out buttons and flyers

ACPA has a proud tradition of advocating for and advancing the voices of all of members of our profession. ACPA Coalitions & Networks are at the forefront of issues of inclusion and social justice and are unique in that they represent and act as advocates for the social identities of the ACPA community. Coalitions & Networks represent who we are. They provide mentoring opportunities, promote relevant scholarship, produce publications, and sponsor programs and socials during the Annual Convention.

Get Involved in an ACPA coalition or network 

  1. Log into the ACPA Member Portal
  2. Click on the Chatter tab
  3. Click on Groups
  4. Search for the Chapter(s) you wish to join
  5. click Join Group next to the Chapter!

OUR COalitions

Coalition for Disability logo

Coalition for DisAbility

Contact the Chair:
Capria Berry // disability@acpa.nche.edu

Coalition on Men & Masculinities logo

Coalition on Men & Masculinities

Contact the Chair:
Keenan Colquitt Jr.  // cmm@acpa.nche.edu

Coalition for Multicultural Affairs logo

Coalition for Multicultural Affairs

Contact the Chair:
Jasmine Lee // cma@acpa.nche.edu

*Scroll down to learn about the Networks under the Coalition for Multicultural Affairs

Coalition for Sexuality & Gender Identities logo

Coalition for Sexuality and Gender Identities

Contact the Chair:
Amanda Mollet // csgi@acpa.nche.edu

Commission for Administrative Leadership Logo

Coalition for Women’s Identities

Contact the Chair:
Chelsea Lyles // cwi@acpa.nche.edu

Native, Aboriginal, Indigenous Coalition

native, aboriginal and indigenous coalition

Contact the Chair:
Kara Strass // naic@acpa.nche.edu

our Networks

*within the Coalition for Multicultural Affairs
Asian Pacific American Network logo

asian pacific american network

Contact the Co-Chairs:
Eric Carnaje & Hannah Hyun White //cma_apan@acpa.nche.edu

Latinx Network logo

Latinx network

Contact the Chair:
Melanie Pagan // cma_ln@acpa.nche.edu

Multiracial Network logo

Multiracial Network

Contact the Chair:
Caitlin Lindsay & Paige Thomas // cma_mrn@acpa.nche.edu

PAN African Network logo

pan african network

Contact the Chair:
Ja’Mahl McDaniel & Krystal Andrews // pan@acpa.nche.edu

*within the Native, Aboriginal and Indigenous Coalition
Indigenous Student Affairs Network logo

indigenous student affairs network

Contact the Chair:
Justin Rasmussen // naic_isan@acpa.nche.edu

the latest from ACPA coalitions & networks

CWI NOW ACCEPTING AWARD NOMINATIONS

The ACPA Coalition for Women's Identities (CWI) is now accepting nominations (including self-nominations) for CWI Awards. All nominees must adhere to the following criteria in order to be considered for the awards presented by the ACPA Coalition for Women's...

Multiracial Network Awards Nominations are Open!

The Multiracial Network receives nominations each year for those who have made an impact to the multi-racial community on their campus, the student affairs profession, and/or ACPA. Each year, the following awards are presented at Convention: Professional of the Year...

CWI Past Award Recipients

Past Recipients: 2020 Awards Outstanding Emerging Professional Award - Carolina Mozee Mid-Level Professional Award - Tamara Cherry-Clarke Research and Scholarship Award - Dr. Claire Robbins Wisdom Award - Dr. Martha Glass Jodie Castanza Outstanding Service Award -...

Announcing Our Brand New Publication

The Coalition for (Dis)Ability is really excited to be launching a brand new publication with ACPA, Creating Inclusivity While Providing Accommodations: A Practical Guide to Champion Individuals with (Dis)abilities on Campus. Edited by Drs. Amy French and Sarah...

Pan African Network Achievement Awards Nominations

The Pan African Network sponsors the Pan African Network Achievement Awards to recognize African American/Black Student Affairs Professionals who have excelled in the areas of citizenship, innovation, leadership, and distinguished service to others. These...

Resources from CMA

Asian Pacific American Educational Resources Asian American Studies Center (UCLA) Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library Center for Pacific Islands Studies (University of Hawaii) East - West Center Higher Education in the United States: An Encyclopedia  (order form)...

PAN Foundations Mentoring
PAN Foundations Mentoring

The Foundations Mentoring Program (FMP) is a network of new and seasoned Pan African professionals within the higher education profession who participate in our semi-structures mentorship program. Foundations Mentoring is instrumental in connecting out PAN membership...