Leadership & Staff

Welcome! Please visit us at HSS 206 if you have specific questions on everything from aligning service and engagement to your interests, to implementing a service project, to partnering with a community partner and service learning courses and much more! We look forward to meeting you!


Eunice Kim, Program Coordinator 415-405-7557 eunicek@sfsu.edu

As part of the inaugural Civic Engagement Fellows cohort, Eunice came to ICCE in 2017. In her current position, she is responsible for the day-to-day administration of the risk management related processes related to all non-clinical academic internships. In addition, she is the primary contact for the Call to Service Grant Initiative and the Neighborhood Resilient Initiative. She holds a B.A. in Asian American Studies from San Francisco State University and is currently pursuing her Master in Public Administration.

Glendie Domingo-Lipar, Community Partnerships & Campus Outreach Coordinator 415- 338-3340 | gdilipar@sfsu.edu

Glendie joined ICCE in 2016 and is serves as the main conduit of community engagement-related information for SF State faculty and students; informs the campus of relevant community initiatives and programs; and works to ensure that the community partnership process is efficient, coherent and responsive to the needs of the community partners and SF State students and faculty. In her role she provides information and guidance to students seeking experiential learning (service learning, civic and community engagement) opportunities. She is also the primary contact and coordinator of  ICCE’s community engagement database, Ulink49. She holds a BA in Sociology from UC Berkeley and a Master of Arts in Education, Educational Administration and Leadership from the University of the Pacific.

Jose Lopez, Senior Program Coordinator: Student Engagement & Leadership Programs 415-405-3841 jirlopez@sfsu.edu

Jose joined ICCE in 2014. In his role, Jose is responsible for overseeing, managing and coordinating the day-to-day-activities of the Institute’s student leadership program initiatives, including student supervision; recruitment and advisement; and program development, coordination, implementation, and assessment. Specific responsibilities include overseeing the following initiatives: America Counts, America Reads, Civic Engagement Fellows, Panetta Congressional Internship, Golden Gate National Parks Student Opportunity & Academic Internship Programs, and JusticeCorps. He is also responsible for all online and print communications. Jose holds a B.A. in Sociology with a concentration in social change and a B.A. in Social Science with a community change concentration from San Jose State University, where he also received a Master of Arts in Philosophy.

Jill Russell, Operations Manager 415-405-7588 jrussell@sfsu.edu

Since 2007, Jill has kept ICCE running smoothly and coordinates all in-office matters at the Institute. She holds a Master in Public Administration from San Francisco State University.

Jennifer L. Gasang, Associate Director 415-338-3282 jlgasang@sfsu.edu

Jen joined the Institute in 2008 as a Senior Program Coordinator and served as acting director from 2014-2016. In her current position, she provides leadership to the Institute and support to its team. Prior to ICCE, Jen worked in the nonprofit sector for over 10 years overseeing programs in the areas of education, health and juvenile justice. She holds a B.A. in International Relations and a Master in Public Administration from San Francisco State University.

Nina S. Roberts, Ph.D., Professor, RPT, Faculty Director (current term: 2016-2019) 415-338-6473 nroberts@sfsu.edu

In this appointed, three year-term position, the Faculty Director works closely with the ICCE Faculty & Community Advisory Council to achieve the Institute’s academic mission. The Director is primarily responsible for promoting and supporting academic service learning, campus community partnerships, and civic engagement activities that inspire civic responsibility, enhance learning, and prepare students for a life of engaged citizenship. The Director serves as a liaison to the Academic Senate and other campus centers and programs relevant to faculty research, teaching, and community engagement. The Director also advances and provides leadership in the areas of curriculum and scholarship. Working with faculty colleagues, the director will support the development and application of student learning outcomes for community service learning courses and of community-based research projects. The Director oversees and helps lead professional development programs to increase faculty understanding and expertise in service-learning and community-based research and maintains currency in the field of engaged scholarship.

Advisory Council: 2017-2018

SF State Faculty

Community Leaders

Anoshua Chaudhuri, Ph.D., Professor 

Dept. of Economics | College of Business Affiliate faculty, Health Equity Institute  

Anton Timms, Director of Volunteer Engagement

826 Valencia

Vivian Chavez, Ph.D., Associate Professor

Dept. of Health Education | College of Health & Social Sciences

Daniel Homsey, Director

Neighborhood Empowerment Network | City Administrator’s Office of the City and County of SF  


Jerry Eisman, Ph.D., Professor

School of Public Affairs & Civic Engagement (PACE) |

College of Health & Social Sciences

Lyslynn Lacoste, Esq., Director*

BMAGIC | SF Office of the Public Defender *Ad Hoc

Jason Ferreira, Ph.D., Chair & Associate Professor

Dept. of Race and Resistance Studies | College of Ethnic Studies 

Samantha Roxas, Legislative Aide *

Office of London Breed | SF Board of Supervisors, District 5 *Ad hoc


Russell Jeung, Ph.D., Professor

Dept. of Asian-American Studies | College of Ethnic Studies  

Ex Ofcio

Allison Sanders, M.A., Chief of Staff  | Office of the President

San Francisco State University

Hamid Khani, Ph.D., Professor

Dept. Broadcast Communication Arts | College of Liberal and Creative Arts


Kevin Kelly, Ed.D., Lecturer*

Dept of Equity, Leadership Studies, and Instructional Technologies | Graduate College of Education *Ad Hoc


Regina Neu, Lecturer

Dept Recreation, Parks, & Tourism | College of Health & Social Science; School of PACE, & Technical & Professional Writing | College of Liberal and Creative Arts  | Principal, Neu Consulting


Maricel Santos, Ed.D., Associate Professor

Dept of English Language & Literature | College of Liberal and Creative Arts


Jennifer Shea, Ph.D., Associate Professor

Graduate Coordinator, MPA Program | Director, Nonprofit Management Certificate of Completion Program | Associate Director, PACE | College of Health & Social Sciences


Tony Sparks, Ph.D., Assistant Professor 

Dept of Urban Studies and Planning | College of Health & Social Sciences


Connie Ulasewicz, Ph.D., Professor & Chair Consumer & Family Studies | College of Health & Social Sciences