FALL 2024: Scheduled to meet every three weeks on Monday at 12:40 – 1:30 pm., starting August 26, 2024.


The Technology Planning Committee (TPC) operates as a subcommittee of the Planning and Resource Allocation Committee (PRAC) to assure student, staff and faculty involvement in technology planning and provide guidance for major technological decisions. The TPC upholds the ground rules and guiding principles of PRAC. The TPC evaluates existing and new technology ideas and plans to promote equity-mindedness and antiracism, knowing that this work is ongoing and must be done at individual and structural levels. The Committee will make recommendations to the Planning and Resource Allocation Committee regarding technology-related issues and will be responsible for the following:


  • Provide oversight for the development, implementation, and updating of an integrated Technology Plan.
  • Review and develop technology-related policies for the District.
  • Make specific recommendations to the superintendent/president on the use of technology throughout the District with regard to both ongoing activities and future direction.
  • Collect and disaggregate data to identify opportunities to advance equity-minded and antiracist technology planning.
  • Ensure technology planning incorporates a broad range of college community members’ voices, including those that face discrimination because of race, gender, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, class, disabilities, age and national origin.
  • Inform the College community in[of] advances and opportunities in technology to support teaching and learning.
  • Disseminate information about the current activities and future plans in each of the technology areas (Infrastructure, Information Systems, Instructional, and Student Services).
  • Maintain a comprehensive overview of the entire technological effort in the District.
  • Assess and develop policy on matters such as intellectual property rights, appropriate use of technology, and standards.
  • Establish appropriate timelines to complete tasks and make recommendations.
  • Make recommendations for the purchase of equipment to support instruction and student areas to the Institutional Equipment Committee (IEC) and other appropriate groups in keeping with the district’s existing guidelines and practices to support minority and woman-owned businesses.
  • Promote equitable access to and use of technology, especially for groups that are most impacted by white supremacy culture, social and economic factors, and racism.


Three (3) classified professionals appointed by the Classified Professional Liaison Committee (CPLC)
Two (2) students appointed by the Associated Students of College of Marin (ASCOM)
Two (2) administrators appointed by the superintendent/president
Seven (7) faculty appointed by the Academic Senate, preferably from the following areas:

  • Basic Skills/ESL
  • Counseling/DSPS
  • Lifelong Learning Programs
  • Library
  • Online Instruction
  • Technical Discipline
  • Transfer Programs
  • Workforce Development/Career Programs                           

The Chair or Co-Chairs will be elected from the group.



Heather Rahman, elected Spring 2023
Tessa Loegering, elected Fall 2024

Lance Barthelemy, appointed Fall 2021
Irina Roderick, appointed Fall 2022
Hector Saez, appointed Spring 2023
Jamie Terhune, appointed Spring 2023

Classified Professional
Mengqi (Grace) Yuan, appointed Fall 2018
Stacey Lince, appointed Fall 2021

Aliyah Bassa, ASCOM Senator of Technology Fall 2023
Oliver Howard, appointed Fall 2021

Emy Bagtas, appointed Fall 2021
Eresa Puch, appointed Fall 2022

Staff Resource
Matt Howard, appointed Fall 2023

Technology Master Plan

College of Marin Technology Plan, 2021 - 2025


Updated 05-26-2021