Committee on Food Insecurity

2020-2024: (9 Members)

Faculty Representatives (Name, Department)

Klepper

Ashlie

Speech Communication

2022

Chair 

Alves

Kathleen

English

2022

 

Roblodowski

Christopher

Biological Sciences and Geology

2022

 

Cornick

Jonathan

Mathematics and Computer Science

2023

 

McClam

Nicole

Health, Phys Ed and Dance

2023

 

DiGiorgio

Elizabeth

Art and Design

2023

 

Tai

Emily S.

History

2024

 

Cupelli

Lorraine

Nursing

2024

 

Gmuca

Angela

Faculty & Staff

2024

Secretary


Student Representative


Liaisons

 

Meetings:

Committee meets twice a semester on Wednesdays at 1:00 pm

Bylaws Charges

Section 23. The Committee on Food Insecurity

The Committee on Food Insecurity shall consist of 10 members: 8 faculty members, 1 HEA/HEO member and 1 student: one officer of the Queensborough Student Association.

The Committee on Food Insecurity shall:

  1. With the Food Pantry becoming a part of Queensborough Community College and receiving grant funding and donations from the QCC fund, the pantry is no longer independent of the college. Members of the Food Insecurity Committee will work with administration in an advisory capacity on policy making issues and in the running of the food pantry. This change to the bylaws seeks to reflect this reality, and establish the advisory nature of the academic senate committee. Reducing the size of the Committee on Food Insecurity to nine (9) members (seven (7) faculty members, one (1) HEA/HEO and one (1) student) will better reflect the scope of the Committee's work and will alleviate scheduling challenges. The addition of a HEA/HEO representative to the Committee acknowledges HEA/HEO participation in the Food Pantry and incorporates their additional input. The committee remains willing to continue volunteering to keep the food pantry open in partnership with the administration.

Steering Committee Suggested Charges/Committee Goals

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