EdSource Roundtable on Student Housing

September 29, 2022

On September 29, EdSource hosted a roundtable on student housing to hear from students about how they have navigated housing barriers, learn from the panel of experts about solutions that colleges across the state are trying out, and share your questions. Speakers included:

  • Kenya Abner, California Competes summer fellow and current master’s student at Sacramento State
  • Rashida Crutchfield, associate professor in the school of social work, California State University, Long Beach
  • Keith Curry, president and CEO, Compton College
  • Su Jin Gatlin Jez, executive director, California Competes
  • Ethan Kaplan, student at California State University, Northridge
  • Jo Mackness, Assistant Vice Chancellor and Chief Operating Officer, Student Affairs, UC Berkeley

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