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Below is the contact information and roles of each of the CFA Fresno Executive Board.
chapter Vice president
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Become a Department Representative
CFA Department Representatives are the eyes and ears of CFA for their campus department.
They are responsible for letting their colleagues know what is happening in CFA with regard to bargaining, faculty rights, the state budget and other issues.
At the same time, Department Representatives let their chapter leadership know what issues are cropping up in departments. Department Representatives typically meet two times per year. Occasionally, representatives are invited to report out to the chapter during their Executive Board meetings to ensure the campus-based leadership can assist with dealing with concerns.
To become a CFA Fresno State Department Representative, please fill in information below.
Faculty Rights Advocates
We are your faculty rights team and we are available to assist you with:
ADVICE – you can call or email us to discuss OR we can schedule an in person meeting with you. (If emailing us, please use a non-csu email address for confidentiality.)
Your contractual rights under the Collective Bargaining Agreement between CFA and CSU
How to write effective rebuttals: evaluations, retention/tenure/promotion, reprimands
How to address issues informally, when possible
How to file a grievance (the grievance process and what to expect)
Your appointment & entitlement rights
Leaves: paid, unpaid, FMLA rights & what leave makes the most sense in your situation
REPRESENTATION – Contact us & we will assist you in scheduling a time that we can be there with you to provide representation
If you are called in for a meeting with administrator(s)
If you are notified of an investigation
If you file a grievance – the level I meeting with administration
Contact your Faculty Rights team.Useful Resources