Finalist for Vice President of Equity and Student Services

Finalists have been selected in the search for a new Vice President of Equity and Student Services at Contra Costa College.

All faculty, classified professionals, managers, students, and community members are invited to watch the forums and provide feedback by 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 20th.

Thank you to all members of the hiring committee for their diligent work.

Update: Mostafa Ghous has asked to be withdrawn from consideration.

Kenyetta Tribble

Monday, March 11th at 11:00 a.m.
Fireside Hall or Zoom

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Kenyetta Tribble is currently the Acting Vice President of Student Services (VPSS) at Contra Costa College, the campus at which she began her community college career over 20 years ago. In her role as Acting VPSS she serves as the college Title IX Officer, administrator-lead for the continued implementation of Guided Pathways and provides strategic leadership for the Student Services Division, which includes the Athletic Department.  Over the past 18 months as VPSS, she has strategically worked to fill positions throughout the division that have the greatest impact on student retention and success and promote a culture of teamwork and appreciation. She is an empathetic and collaborative leader with experience spearheading critical equity and student success programs and services that are student-centered, and in alignment with key equity goals and objectives. Kenyetta has shown success in dual-enrollment partnerships; creating a community culture; mentoring faculty, classified professionals, and managers; and advocating for student engagement within our decision-making.

Kenyetta’s previous roles include counseling faculty as Transfer Center Coordinator and Articulation Officer, Faculty Matriculation Coordinator, Co-Chair of the Counseling Department, Vice President of the Academic Senate, and Curriculum Chair at Contra Costa College. She demonstrated excellent leadership in supporting students as they were on-boarded to the college; assessing disproportionate impact in English/ESL, math and chemistry assessments; supporting faculty with the development of transfer curriculum, and aiding students with their transfer to colleges and universities. These accomplishments lead to her administrator positions as Academic/Student Services Manager (ASSM) of Outreach, Assessment, and Welcome Services including the Student Ambassador program at Diablo Valley College, and later the DVC San Ramon Campus where her roles and responsibilities progressed from Senior ASSM, Dean and then Senior Dean of the Campus.

Kenyetta holds a master’s degree in educational psychology from California State University, East Bay, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of California, Berkeley.