Representing our Community
Meet Our People
DET/CHE is governed by a board of directors following the organization’s by-laws. The board meets online monthly and in person prior to the annual conference. DET/CHE also holds an annual members’ meeting at the close of each annual conference.
All positions listed below are voting board members except the last two. The first five positions listed below comprise the DET/CHE Executive Committee.
List of officers and board members during the early years (1985 – 1997).
What People Say About Us
DET/CHE has been a tremendous organization for my professional development. The network of professional contact facilitates tracking technological trends and program applications.Dr. Henry J. BurnettDirector of Media Services University of California – Santa Cruz
“DETCHE has been a great organization to stay abreast technology developments and innovative implementations. It’s an organization tailored for California institutions that share common goals and challenges. Conversations that begin at the conference, continue through the year. Great place to network! .”Israel Fletes Manager of Multimedia & Classroom Technologies University of California – Riverside
“For me, DET/CHE is a great place to find a support group willing to answer my many questions about media, classroom technology and the mechanics of distance education.”Marion Reid Dean, Library Services California State University – San Marcos
DET/CHE has been my life raft in the swirling seas of endless new technology and increasing demand. It has been an oasis of people, ideas and advice not easily found these days."Rhonda Rosen DirectorMedia Reserve Loyola Marymount University
"DET/CHE is amazing! Since November, 1988, I have finally been able to share some of the all-so-common challenges that media professionals experience. I have enjoyed the professional and personal relationships that I have developed; the meetings are always rewarding."Russ Bowden Manager, Media Services Santa Rosa Junior College
"Although the field of Instructional Technology is growing and changing rapidly, budget reductions and program elimination dictate a greater emphasis on the collaboration of our resources and ideas. I would be hard pressed to meet these requirements without the continued dialogue, professional contact and meeting opportunities provided by the DET/CHE organization."Peter C. Kerner Director, Media Services University of California – Berkeley