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10-Second Bio: Shanda Hunt, NAIPISA Steering Committee member

Shanda is a member of the Native American, Indigenous, and Pacific Islander Staff Association Steering Committee and an active member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina.

Managers Corner: Meet ERG leaders this Thursday

Learn more about UCOP's employee resource groups and how manager and employee participation can strengthen UCOP's culture and benefit your team.

UCOP Pride members at the 2023 Ice Cream Social

Managers’ Corner: Learn how UCOP’s Employee Resource Groups benefit your team and enhance our culture

Learn how robust ERG participation is a critical component of our collective efforts to strengthen UCOP’s culture and how we function.

Celebrating a year of success for UCOP’s employee resource groups

Staff leaders have achieved many notable accomplishments in support of all UCOP employees.

Rachael Nava, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, University of California

EVP/COO Rachael Nava encourages ERG participation

Rachael has requested managers' and supervisors' support in encouraging employees to participate in employee resource groups.

UC Merced student jumping with balloons

Build connections: It’s EPIC Week!

Reconnect with your colleagues while exploring and celebrating UCOP's diverse and vibrant workplace culture at a weeklong series of events.

Mark your calendar for EPIC week at UCOP: April 3-7

To help celebrate the return of many employees to our Oakland offices, UCOP employee resource groups invite you to join in celebrating EPIC — equity, participation, inclusion and community — Week!

Join PACSW: Advance the role of women at UCOP

Members enjoy many unique perks, from professional growth and networking opportunities to interactions with senior UCOP leaders.

Employee Resource Group info session, volunteer opportunity and employee events

Come to the UCOP ERG Meet and Greet Session on Feb. 14 to learn how you can become more involved in the UCOP community.

Members of UCOP's Employee Resource Groups recently volunteered at the Alameda County Community Food Bank

Get involved at UCOP by joining an Employee Resource Group

Come to the UCOP ERG Meet and Greet Session on Feb. 14 to learn how you can become more involved in the UCOP community.

Volunteers sorting food at a food bank

UCOP colleagues are giving back — here’s how to join them

UCOP employee resource groups are supporting local charities and community members in need. Join them through volunteering or donations.