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American Indian Studies
Joely Proudfit, Ph.D.
American Indian studies professor and department chair, College of Humanities, Arts, Behavioral & Social Sciences (CHABBS)
A descendant of the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians, Proudfit is the founding director of the California Indian Culture and Sovereignty Center at Cal State San Marcos. In 2016, she was appointed by President Barack Obama to the National Advisory Council on Indian Education. She owns Native Media Strategies, a company dedicated to promoting American Indian representation in the film, TV and media industries. She earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from Cal State Long Beach and a master’s and doctorate in political science with an emphasis in public policy and American Indian studies from Northern Arizona University.
Anne Randerson, Ph.D.
Global studies lecturer, College of Humanities, Arts, Behavioral & Social Sciences (CHABBS)
Born and raised in San Diego, Randerson has lived abroad for 25 years in Belgium, Japan, Spain and France, speaks six languages fluently, and leads seminars for expatriates trying to acclimate to new surroundings around the globe. She is an executive coach, author, intercultural consultant and mindfulness trainer specializing in intercultural communication, cultural intelligence, global leadership, cross-cultural negotiation, conflict resolution, expatriation, diversity and inclusion, contemplative practices, social justice, writing and publishing. She earned a bachelor’s degree in French from the University of California, Davis and a master’s and doctorate in human life studies from Koriyama Women’s University in Japan.