The MITA Board of Directors typically meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month (including the Summer), at 5:30pm in Room Z on campus. Please verify the dates of the meetings on the Calendar.
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*VOORP = Volunteer Oversight, Outreach/Recruitment, PR & Personnel Committees
Ms. Lamb has been a board member since 2010 and is a is a seasoned marketing, advertising and public relations professional with over 20 years of experience in marketing. She posseses a degree in Public Relations and Communications.
Ms. Vaughan is a founding Board member of MIT Academy. She has 50 years of experience in education in addition to a Masters degree in English and a PhD in American Studies.
Board Vice-President, Secretary
Mr. Shorter has years of experience working in the field supporting individuals with developmental disabilities with his current position as Executive Director of Golden Gate Regional Center. He holds a degree in Psychology and a masters in Business Administration.
Mr. Guzman has served as Treasurer since 2008 with over 20 years of experience in the accounting field. He received his accounting education from Heald College and California State University, East Bay and currently works for Solano County Health Social Services.
Ms. Wynn Walker joined the board in 2014 and serves as the president of the AAPA at MIT Academy. She received her Bachelor's in Computer Science with emphasis in computer programming from Sonoma State University and currently works as a Senior Lab Technician at Ausenco LLC and as an Adjunct instructor teaching CIS at Solano Community College.
Teresita is a Senior at MIT and will serve on the Board for the 2016-17 school year. She has been attending MIT Academy since the 6th grade. Teresita is a volunteer at Kaiser Permanente and at the Solano County library.
The board meets at 5:30pm on the second Tuesday of the month in room Z at MIT Academy. Closed sessions (limited to board members) meet in room Z from 4:30 - 5:30pm prior to board meetings.
The MIT Board helps decide the direction of MIT Academy. As a board member you have the chance to effect chance and help MIT move forward.
What does the board do?
Yes, the more time spent on the board means more involvement in activities.