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ROMERO, PH.D. msromero@usc.edu Current Employment, July 2018 - Assistant Professor (Research) Founder and Director, California Civic Engagement Project Sol Price School of Public Policy in Sacramento University of Southern California ccep.usc.edu Adjunct Fellow Public Policy Institute of California San Francisco, California Employment, 2010-2018 Founder and Director, California Civic Engagement Project Center for Regional Change University of California, Davis Education Ph.D. in Sociology, University of California, Davis B.A. in Political Science and Sociology, Highest Honors, University of California, Davis Research Interests Political Sociology Voting Rights and Electoral Participation Latino Political Behavior Collective Political Behavior Youth Civic Engagement Identity and Political Movements Social Stratification New Technologies and Civic Engagement SCHOLARLY WORK Publicati0ns in Progress Mindy S. Romero. Critical Mass and the Future of the Latino Vote. Book project (expected 2019). Paul Gronke, Robert Griffin, Eric McGhee and Mindy S. Romero. “Automatic Voter Registration and Turnout under ‘Oregon Motor Voter:’ A Second Look.” Publications Mindy S. Romero. “Community Opportunities for Youth Civic Engagement.” National Civic Review (forthcoming, 2018). ———. “The Ballot Initiative Transparency Act: Ballot Measure Finances in the November 2016 General Election.” The California Journal of Politics and Policy (forthcoming, September 2018). ——— and Jennifer Puza. 2018. “The Ballot Initiative Transparency Act: Examining Its Impact on Legislative Compromise in California.” The California Journal of Politics and Policy, 1-11. 1 ——— and Greg Keidan. 2017. “California's 2014 Ballot Initiative Transparency Act (BITA) and its Impact on Public Involvement in the Ballot Initiative Process.” California Journal of Politics and Policy, 9 (2), 1-16. ——— and Jonathan Fox. 2016. “Uneven Landscape: Mapping Underrepresentation of Young Adults in California’s Electorate.” National Civic Review, Winter, 40-51. ——— and Jonathan Fox. 2013. “California's Voter Registration Rates. A Review of California’s Most Recent Voter Registration Rates Sends Mixed Messages.” Boom: A Journal of California, 2 (4), 14-17. RESEARCH REPORTS Thematic Research Reports Mindy S. Romero. July 2018. “Midterm Elections: Latino Vote Hot Spots.” California Civic Engagement Project and UnidosUS (formerly National Council of La Raza), University of Southern California, 12 pp. Mindy S. Romero. July 2018. “The Strength of the Latino Vote: Current and Future Impact on the U.S. Political Landscape.” California Civic Engagement Project and UnidosUS (formerly National Council of La Raza), University of Southern California, 8 pp Mindy S. Romero. January 2016. “As California Goes, So Goes the Nation? U.S. Demographic Change and the Latino Vote.” California Civic Engagement Project, University of California, Davis. 24 pp. Michael Rios, David Campbell and Mindy S. Romero. 2010. “Imagining the Spaces of Regional Action: Framing Youth Problems and Solutions.” Healthy Youth/Healthy Regions, Working Paper, Center for Regional Change, University of California, Davis. 29 pp. Mindy S. Romero and Jonathan London. 2010. “Opportunities and Challenges for Youth Civic Engagement.” Healthy Youth/Healthy Regions, Working Paper, Center for Regional Change, University of California, Davis. 64 pp. The California Civic Engagement Project: The California Voter Experience Study Mindy S. Romero. September 2017. “The California Voter Experience Study: A Statewide Survey of Voter Perspectives on Vote-by-Mail and Vote Centers.” Issue 3. 8 pp. ———. September 2016. “The California Voter Experience: Why African-American Voters Choose to Vote at the Polls or Vote-by-Mail, and How They Perceive Proposed Changes to California’s Voting System.” Issue 2. 6 pp. ———. July 2016. “The California Voter Experience: Vote-by-Mail vs. the Polls.” Issue 1. 8 pp. The California Civic Engagement Project: Policy Brief Series Mindy S. Romero. June 2016. “Online Voter Registration: Expanding Access to California’s Electoral Process.” Issue 11. 10 pp. ———. July 2015. “California's Latino and Asian-American Vote: Dramatic Underrepresentation in 2014 and Expected Impact in 2016.” Issue 10. 10 pp. ———. January 2015. “California’s New Political Realities: The Impact of the Youth Vote on Our Electoral Landscape.” Issue 9. 10 pp. ———. October 2014. “California’s 2014 Youth Voter Turnout: Decline and Future Opportunities.” Issue 8. 8 pp. ———. January 2014. “Is Demography Political Destiny? Population Change and California’s Future Electorate.” Issue 7. 12 pp. 2 ———. June 2013. “Changing Political Tides. Demographics and the Impact of the Rising Latino Vote.” Issue 6. 10 pp. ———. March 2013. “California's 2012 Youth Voter Turnout: Disparate Growth and Remaining Challenges.” Issue 5. 6 pp. ———. March 2013. “Online Voter Registration: Impact of California’s 2012 Election Turnout, by Age and Party Affiliation.” Issue 4. 5 pp. ———. December 2012. “California’s 2012 Electorate: the Impact of Youth and Online Voter Registration.” Issue 3. 4 pp. ———. October 2012. “California’s’ Youth Vote: Strength and Potential.” Issue 2. 4 pp. ———. August 2012. “California Latino and Asian Voter Registration Rates: A Decade of Growth and Disparity.” Issue 1. 4 pp. SPONSORED RESEARCH Principal Investigator 2018-2019. New Venture Fund. “Automatic Voter Registration Project.” (under review). 2018-2019. Carnegie Corporation of New York. “Making the Case for Greater Investment in Latino Political Mobilization.” 2017-2019. The California Endowment. “Youth Civic Participation Pathways to Improve Health Equity.” 2017-2019. James Irvine Foundation. “Broadening the Landscape of Civic Engagement in California.” 2017-2018. California Latino Economic Institute. ”The State of Latino Economic Well-Being in California.” 2017-2018. James Irvine Foundation. “Promoting Voter Equity under CA SB 450.” 2015-2017. James Irvine Foundation. “Expanding Access to the Electoral Reform Process for Californians.” 2015-2016. James Irvine Foundation. “California’s Automated Voter Registration.” 2013-2014. James Irvine Foundation. “Examining California’s Vote-by-Mail Ballots.” Co-Principal Investigator 2018. United States Department of State. “Study of the U.S. Institutes for Student Leaders on Women's Leadership.” $280,000 (Co-PI: Joanna Regulska, University of California, Davis (under review). Co-Investigator 2017-2021. University of California, Office of the President. Multi-Campus Grant. “California’s New Electorate.” (PI: Thad Kousser, University of California, San Diego). PRESENTATIONS Academic Conference Papers Mindy S. Romero, Eric McGhee and Thad Kousser. “California’s New Vote Center Model: Is Increased Voter Turnout a Reality?” To be presented at the panel “New Research in Elections Science” at the 114th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, MA, August 30-September 2, 2018. Paul Gronke, Robert Griffin, Eric McGhee and Mindy S. Romero. “Automatic Voter 3 Registration and Turnout under ‘Oregon Motor Voter:’ A Second Look.” To be presented at the panel “New Research in Elections Science” at the 114th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, MA, August 30-September 2, 2018. Paul Gronke, Brian T. Hamel, Eric McGhee and Mindy Romero. “Automatic Voter Registration and Turnout under ‘Oregon Motor Voter:’ A Second Look.” Presented at the panel titled “Elections, Public Opinion and Voting Behavior” at the 113th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, CA, September 2, 2017. Eric McGhee, Paul Gronke, Brian Hamel, and Mindy Romero. “Automatic Voter Registration and Voter Turnout.” Presented at the session titled “New Approaches to Voter Registration and Turnout” at the 2017 Elections Sciences, Reform & Administration Summer Conference, Portland, OR, July 27, 2017. Mindy S. Romero. “Demographics and the Changing Political Landscape.” Presented at the panel titled “Facts Behind Demographic Change in California: How Planners Can Respond” at the American Planning Association California 2013 Conference, Visalia, CA, October 9, 2013. ———. “Creating the Next Generation of California Leaders.” Presented at panel titled “The Citizen Leader: Broadening the Ranks of Planning Leaders” at the American Planning Association California 2013 Conference, Visalia, CA, October 6, 2013. ———. “Changing Political Tides: Geography, Age and the 2012 California Latino Vote.” Presented at the session titled “Latinos” at the 108th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, New York, NY, August 13, 2013. ———. “Fighting Their Own Battles: The Role of Identity Framing in the Political Mobilization of Communities.” Presented at the “Collective Behavior and Social Movements Roundtable Session” at the 107th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Denver, CO, August 20, 2012. Michael Rios, Dave Campbell and Mindy S. Romero. “Imaging the Spaces of Regional Action: Framing Youth Problems and Solutions.” Presented at the section titled “Sociological Practice and Public Sociology” at the 106th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Las Vegas, NV, August 21, 2011. Mindy S. Romero. “Fighting Their Own Battles. How Youth Use Civic Engagement in the Address of Regional Inequity.” Presented at the section titled “Political Sociology” at the 105th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Section on Political Sociology, Atlanta, GA, August 17, 2010. ———. "Critical Mass: The Power of Community on the Latino Vote." Presented at the session titled “Trends in the US Electorate” of the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA, August 11, 2009. ———. “A Countervailing Influence on Low Voting Predictors for Latinos.” Presented at the Section on Latino/a Sociology at the 102nd Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, New York, NY, August 11, 2007. ———. “Critical Mass and the Latino Vote.” Presented at the Section on Latino/a Sociology at the 100th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Philadelphia, PA, August 15, 2005. ———. “The Sleeping Giant Awakens: Critical Mass and the California Vote.” Presented at the Section on Latina/o Sociology, Roundtable on Political Attitudes and Voting Behavior, at the 97th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Chicago, IL, August 19, 2002. Testimony to the California State Legislature 4 Mindy S. Romero. “Discussion of Youth Engagement Research.” Presented at the California State Legislature, Senate Elections Committee Briefing, Sacramento, CA, April 2017. ———. “Will Vote Centers Work in California? Challenges for the Voter Turnout of Underrepresented Groups.” Presented at the California State Legislature, Assembly Elections Committee Briefing, Sacramento, CA, August 2, 2016. ———. “California's Latino and Asian-American Vote: Dramatic Underrepresentation in 2014 and Expected Impact in 2016.” Presented at the California State Legislature, Sacramento, CA, March 2015. Mindy S. Romero. “California's New Political Realities: The Impact of the Youth Vote on Our Electoral Landscape.” Presented at the California State Legislature, Joint Session of the Assembly and Senate Elections Committees, Sacramento, CA, May, 2015. Briefings to the California State Legislature Mindy S. Romero. “Vote Centers are Coming to California: What Do We Need to Know to Help Ensure Successful and Equitable Implementation?” Presentation in the UC Davis Capitol Speaker Series, Sacramento, CA, August 29, 2017. ———. “The 2016 California Election: Lessons Learned and Continuing Challenges.” Presented at the California State Legislature, Sacramento, CA, January 2017. ———. “Informational Briefing on Vote Centers.” Presentation to the Assembly Committee on Elections and Constitutional Amendments, State Capitol Building, Sacramento, CA, August 2, 2016. ———.“The Effect of California's New Election Reforms on Voter Turnout.” Presented at the California State Legislature, Sacramento, CA, May 2016. ———. “California’s Latino and Asian-American Vote: Dramatic Underrepresentation in 2014 and Expected Impact in 2016.” Presented at the California State Legislature, Sacramento, CA, May 2015. ———. “California's Latino and Asian-American Vote: Dramatic Underrepresentation in 2014 and Expected Impact in 2016.” California State Capitol, September 29, 2015. ———.“Changing Political Tides: Demographics and the Impact of the Rising California Latino Vote.” Presented at the California State Legislature, Sacramento, CA, May 2014. ———. Underrepresentation in California’s Electorate.” Presented at the California State Capital, event sponsored by Supervisor Luis Alejo, Monterey County Board of Supervisors, and the California Latino Legislative Caucus, June 3, 2013. ———. “Youth Voter Turnout in the 2014 Elections.” Presentation to the California Legislature, Joint Session of the Assembly and Senate Elections Committees, March 25, 2015. ———. “The Effect of California's New Election Reforms on Voter Turnout,” Presentation at the California State Capital, Sacramento, CA, May 20, 2016. TedxTalks Mindy S. Romero. “The Power of the Youth Vote.” TEDxUCDavis delivered and recorded at the Mondavi Center, University of California, Davis, May 1, 2016. Selected Presentations at Civic, Non-Profit and Educational Venues 5 Mindy S. Romero. “Voting in 2018 and Beyond: Ensuring Access and Accountability of the Ballot in America.” Panel speaker at the UC Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 2018 Symposium, Sacramento, CA, January 29, 2018. ———. “California's recently adopted election reforms and their influence on the current and future U.S. political landscape.” Conference presentation to the US Election Assistance Commission, Washington D.C., December 11, 2017. ———. “How Changing Demography Will—Or Won't—Influence Outcomes.” Presentation to the University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, November 20, 2017. Mindy S. Romero. “Look Ahead: What Happens Next?” Panel speaker at Immigration panel, Capitol Weekly Conference, Sacramento, CA, November 9, 2017. ———. “Looking Ahead to the 2018 Midterm Elections: How Changing Demography Will—or Won't—Influence Outcomes.” Presentation at the University of California Center in Sacramento, CA, August 24, 2017. ———. “How Changing Demography Will— or Won't—Influence Outcomes." Presentation at the University of California Center Sacramento, Sacramento, CA, August 24, 2017. ———. “The 2016 General Election.” Presentation at the University of California Center in Sacramento, Sacramento, CA, January 31, 2017. ———. “The 2016 California Election.” Presentation at the University of California Center in Sacramento, Sacramento, CA, January 27, 2017. ———. “The 2016 California Election.” Presentation to the League of Women Voters of Marin County, San Rafael, CA, January 9, 2017. ———. “The Latino Vote,” Presentation to the League of California Cities Latino Caucus, San Francisco, CA, January 7, 2017. ———. “How Latino Voters and Legislators are Changing California Politics.” Presentation to the County of Los Angeles Legislative Affairs and Intergovernmental Relations Branch of the Los Angeles County Chief Executive Office, Los Angeles, CA, December 7, 2016. ———. “Debrief on the 2016 Election.” Presentation at the YMCA Youth & Government Conference, Fresno, CA, November 12, 2016. ———. “Results and Policy Implications at the Federal, State and Local Level.” Media Briefing to the William C. Velasquez Institute, Los Angeles, November 10, 2016. ———. “The Importance of Youth Civic Engagement.” Discussion at Lincoln High School, Stockton, CA, November 17, 2016. ———. “Disparities in Voter Turnout,” Presentation to the Sacramento City Council, Sacramento, CA, November 3, 2016. ———. “Understanding California Election Reforms.” Presentation at California State University, Sacramento (Sacramento State) Envisioning California 2016 Conference, Sacramento, CA, October 7, 2016. ———. “What Should We Expect This November?” Presentation at the University of California Center Sacramento, Sacramento, CA, October 4, 2016. ———. “As California Goes, So Goes the Nation? US Demographic Change and the Latino Vote.” Presentation at the Harvard University Center for Governmental and International Studies, Cambridge, MA, September 14, 2016. ———. “The 2016 Election and Its Potential Impact on American Politics.” Presentation at the Institute for Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, September 8, 2016. 6 ———. “The California Voter Experience: Vote-by-Mail vs. the Polls.” Webinar hosted by the California Civic Engagement Project, August 15, 2016. ———. “Deepening Civic Participation among California’s Low-Income Communities and Communities of Color.” Presentation to Policylink, Sacramento, CA, August 11, 2016. ———. “Millennials and the Future of Work in the Golden State.” Presentation at the Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley, July 22, 2016. Mindy S. Romero. “Ballot Initiatives and Civic Engagement.” Presentation at the Capitol Event Center, Sacramento, CA, June 24, 2016. ———. “Online Voter Registration.” Webinar hosted by the California Civic Engagement Project, June 23, 2016. ———. “What to Expect from California’s New Motor Voter Law.” Presentation at the Capitol Event Center, Sacramento, Sacramento, CA, June 16, 2016. ———. “Opportunities and Barriers to Voting.” Presentation to the VoteDisability 2016 Get Out the Vote Leadership Conference, Pasadena, CA, June 15, 2016. ———. “Harnessing the Power of the New American Majority.” Presentation to the Sierra Health Foundation, Sacramento, CA, May 25, 2016. ———. “The Effect of California's New Election Reforms on Voter Turnout.” Presentation at the University of California Center Sacramento, May 6, 2016. ———. “Increasing Civic Engagement of Youth.” Presentation to the Sacramento County Office of Education Conference Center, April 30, 2016. ———. “The U.S. and California Vote.” Webinar hosted by the California Civic Engagement Project, March 11, 2016. ———. “The Demographics of Leadership in California Water.” Presentation at the Annual Conference, Water Education for Latino Leaders, San Jose, CA, March 4, 2016. ———. “Vote-by-Mail Use in California.” Presentation to the Future of California Elections 2016 Conference, Los Angeles, CA, February 25, 2016. ———. “The Youth Vote and Implications for Communities of Color.” Presentation to the Law and Democracy Project, Chabot College, Hayward, CA, February 24, 2016. ——— .“As California Goes, So Goes the Nation? U.S. Demographic Change and the Role of California in the Nation's Changing Political Landscape.” Presentation at the University of California Center Sacramento, January 26, 2016 ———. “How to Write a Policy Brief.” Presentation to the University of California Cooperative Extension, December 1, 2016. ———. “What to Expect This November.” Presentation to California Non-Profit Association, November 4, 2016. ———. “The Power of the Latino Vote.” Presentation to United Latinos, CITY, STATE, November 3, 2015. ———. “The State of Engagement in Yolo County.” Presentation to the Woodland League of Women Voters, Woodland, CA, September 21, 2015. ———. “Demographics and the Changing Political Landscape.” Presentation at the All-Ivy Civic Engagement Panel, San Francisco, CA, September 17, 2015. ———. “The California Latino and Asian-American Vote.” Webinar hosted by the California Civic Engagement Project, September 2, 2015. ———. “The Latino and Asian-American Vote.” Presentation to the Leadership California Institute, Sacramento, CA, July 9, 2015. 7 ———. “The California Latino and Asian-American Vote: Dramatic Underrepresentation in 2014 and Expected Impact in 2016.” Presentation at the University of California Center, Sacramento, CA, July 8, 2015. ———. “The Future of the Latino Vote in California.” Presentation on panel titled “Latina Civic Engagement and the 2016 Elections” at the 21st Annual Latina Action Day, Hispanas Organized for Political Equality, Sacramento, CA, May 12, 2015. ———. “The 2014 California Youth Vote.” Webinar hosted by the California Civic Engagement Project, March 24, 2014. Mindy S. Romero. “Disparities in the Use of Vote-by-Mail in California.” Presentation at the Future of California Elections Conference, Sacramento, CA, February 19, 2015. ———. “California Votes— A Post-Mortem on the 2014 Election.” Presentation to the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley, January 31, 2015. ———. Research Release Event. Hosted by Brigade, San Francisco, CA, January 22, 2015. ———. “The State of Youth Engagement.” Presentation at Sacramento City College, Sacramento, CA, October 29th, 2014. ———. “Youth Voter Turnout in the 2014 Election.” Webinar hosted by the California Civic Engagement Project, October 24, 2014. ———. “What to Expect this November: Demographic Change and California's Shifting Political Landscape,” Presentation at the University of California Center, Sacramento, CA, October 16, 2014. ———. “Disparities in Vote-by-Mail Use in California.” Presentation at the University of California Center, Sacramento, CA, October 16, 2014. ———. “Make Sure Every Vote Counts! Presentation on Panel on Vote-by-Mail in California.” Presentation on panel on Vote-by-Mail at the Future of California Elections Luncheon Event, Sacramento, CA, October 14, 2014. ———. “Resources Available at the California Civic Engagement Project.” Presentation to the Greenlining Institute, Berkeley, CA, October 9, 2014. ———. “Vote-by-Mail Use in California.” Presentation at the Common Cause Voting Reform Conference, Denver, CO, September 9, 2014. ———. “Disparities in Vote-by-Mail Use.” Presentation on panel titled “Vote-by-Mail Trends” at the Annual Conference of the California Association of County Clerks and Elected Officials, Newport Beach, CA, July 16, 2014. ———. “Barriers to Youth Voting.” Presentation at Sacramento City College, Sacramento, CA, May 13, 2014. ———. “Disparities in Vote-by-Mail Use in California.” Presentation at the Future of California Elections Conference, Los Angeles, CA, March 3, 2014. ———. “The Latino Vote in California.” Presentation to El Concilio of San Joaquin, Stockton, CA, January 31, 2014. ———. “Unequal Barriers to Voting.” Presentation to the National Commission on Voting Rights Hearing, San Francisco, CA, January 30, 2014. ______.“Is Demography Political Destiny? Population Change and California’s Future Electorate.” Presentation at the University of California Center, Sacramento, CA, January 14, 2014. ———. “The Latino Vote in the Central Valley.” Presentation to El Concilio, Modesto, CA, September 26, 2013. 8 ———. “The Latino Vote in the Central Valley.” Presentation to the Hispanic Action Network, Stockton, California, June 19, 2013. ———. “Changing Political Tides: Demographics and the Impact of the Rising California Latino Vote.” Presentation at the University of California Center, Sacramento, CA, May 23, 2013. ———. “The California Latino Vote.” Presentation at the California Statewide Democratic Convention, Sacramento, CA, April 13, 2013. Mindy S. Romero. “California’s Youth Vote: Strength and Potential.” Presentation at the James Irvine Foundation Future of California Elections Project Conference, Sacramento, CA, January 24, 2013. ———. “California’s Youth Vote: Strength and Potential.” Presentation at the University of California Center, Sacramento, CA, January 24, 2013. ———. “Latino and Asian-American Turnout in California.” Presentation at the James Irvine Foundation Future of California Elections Conference, Sacramento, CA, January 23, 2013. MEDIA PRESENCE Newsletter and Twitter Since April 2016, the CCEP has published a monthly newsletter called Engage! I regularly comment on electoral issues on Twitter, under my own name: @mindysromero The Sacramento Bee I am regularly commissioned to write opinion pieces on electoral issues for this daily paper. Media Coverage CCEP research is often cited in local, state, national and international media, including: Print, Wire & Online Outlets Al Jazeera America American Spectator Associated Press California Forward Capitol Weekly Central Valley Business Times The Charlotte Observer El Confidencial Contra Costa Times Daily Democrat The Davis Enterprise The Desert Sun El Diario (Spain) EdSource Financial Times Forbes Fresno Bee Futurity Governing Hispanas Organized for Political Equality (HOPE) Hoy Los Angeles Huffpost (formerly the Huffington Post) The Independent (UK) International Business Times El Latino de Hoy LA School Report Los Angeles Daily News Los Angeles Times The Maddy Institute Mashable Mint Press News, Minneapolis Napa Valley Register The New York Times La Opinión 9 Orange County Register Pew Charitable Trust PhysOrg Politico PolitiFact The Press Enterprise, Riverside Project Vote The Reporter, Vacaville Rolling Stone Sacramento News & Review Sacramento Bee San Diego LGBT Weekly San Diego Union-Tribune San Francisco Chronicle San Gabriel Valley Tribune San Jose Mercury News Santa Barbara News-Press Radio Capital Public Radio News, Sacramento HuffPost Voces KALW, San Francisco KATD, Sacramento KCBS, San Francisco KFBK, Sacramento KFCF, Fresno KGO, San Francisco Television ABC CBS CNN Fox News Fox News Latino KCOY, Santa Barbara KCRA, Sacramento, Stockton, Modesto KPIX, San Francisco Santa Cruz Sentinel Stanford Law Review online SF Weekly Sierra Sun Times Slate TechCrunch La Tercera Topeka Capitol Journal USA Today US News and World Report Vida en el Valle Voice of America Vox Washington Post World News en español Yahoo KIQI, San Francisco KPCC, Los Angeles KPFA, Berkeley KQED, San Francisco National Public Radio Public News Service Voice of America WBUR, Boston KQED, San Francisco NBC KION, Monterey KQED KBAK, Bakersfield RT Univision TEACHING AND SERVICE Courses Taught (all at the University of California, Davis) Introduction to Sociology Intergroup Ideology Self and Society Field Research Methods Political Sociology How Young People Can Take Over the World! Race Relations 10 Academic Service University of California, Davis Policy Consortium Steering Committee, 2015-2018. Chancellor’s Committee on Diversity and Inclusion, Communications Workgroup, 2015-2018. Chair, Professional Development Committee, Department of Sociology, UC Davis, 2009-2010. Administrative Chair of Graduate Student Sociology Association, 2007-2008. Advocacy Chair of Graduate Student Sociology Association, 2007-08. Undergraduate Program Committee Member, Department of Sociology, UC Davis, 2002-2003. Selected Community and Professional Service Chair, Board of Directors, California Common Cause, 2018-present. Academic Advisory Board Member, California Latino Economic Institute (joint board of the California Latino Legislative Caucus and the California Business Round Table), 2017-present. California Secretary of State Senate Bill 450 Taskforce, 2017-present. Advisory Committee Member, Public Policy Institute of California, Statewide Survey, 2015-present. Board Member, National Center for Learning and Civic Engagement, 2017-2018. California Government Operations Agency, Government Transformation Forum Advisory Council, 2015-2016. Board Member, California Common Cause, 2014-present. Power of Democracy, Sacramento County Steering Committee, 2014-present. Vice-Chair, City of Davis Social Service Commission, 2012-2017. Board Member, Yolo County Community Services Action Board, 2012-2014. Chair, Board of Directors, Mutual Housing, California, 2008-2018. Board of Directors, Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Center of Yolo County, 2008-2012. Professional Memberships American Political Science Association American Sociological Association Professional Awards and Distinctions CalAggie Alumni Scholar of the Year, 1999-2000 11" } ["___content":protected]=> string(107) "

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ROMERO, PH.D. msromero@usc.edu Current Employment, July 2018 - Assistant Professor (Research) Founder and Director, California Civic Engagement Project Sol Price School of Public Policy in Sacramento University of Southern California ccep.usc.edu Adjunct Fellow Public Policy Institute of California San Francisco, California Employment, 2010-2018 Founder and Director, California Civic Engagement Project Center for Regional Change University of California, Davis Education Ph.D. in Sociology, University of California, Davis B.A. in Political Science and Sociology, Highest Honors, University of California, Davis Research Interests Political Sociology Voting Rights and Electoral Participation Latino Political Behavior Collective Political Behavior Youth Civic Engagement Identity and Political Movements Social Stratification New Technologies and Civic Engagement SCHOLARLY WORK Publicati0ns in Progress Mindy S. Romero. Critical Mass and the Future of the Latino Vote. Book project (expected 2019). Paul Gronke, Robert Griffin, Eric McGhee and Mindy S. Romero. “Automatic Voter Registration and Turnout under ‘Oregon Motor Voter:’ A Second Look.” Publications Mindy S. Romero. “Community Opportunities for Youth Civic Engagement.” National Civic Review (forthcoming, 2018). ———. “The Ballot Initiative Transparency Act: Ballot Measure Finances in the November 2016 General Election.” The California Journal of Politics and Policy (forthcoming, September 2018). ——— and Jennifer Puza. 2018. “The Ballot Initiative Transparency Act: Examining Its Impact on Legislative Compromise in California.” The California Journal of Politics and Policy, 1-11. 1 ——— and Greg Keidan. 2017. “California's 2014 Ballot Initiative Transparency Act (BITA) and its Impact on Public Involvement in the Ballot Initiative Process.” California Journal of Politics and Policy, 9 (2), 1-16. ——— and Jonathan Fox. 2016. “Uneven Landscape: Mapping Underrepresentation of Young Adults in California’s Electorate.” National Civic Review, Winter, 40-51. ——— and Jonathan Fox. 2013. “California's Voter Registration Rates. A Review of California’s Most Recent Voter Registration Rates Sends Mixed Messages.” Boom: A Journal of California, 2 (4), 14-17. RESEARCH REPORTS Thematic Research Reports Mindy S. Romero. July 2018. “Midterm Elections: Latino Vote Hot Spots.” California Civic Engagement Project and UnidosUS (formerly National Council of La Raza), University of Southern California, 12 pp. Mindy S. Romero. July 2018. “The Strength of the Latino Vote: Current and Future Impact on the U.S. Political Landscape.” California Civic Engagement Project and UnidosUS (formerly National Council of La Raza), University of Southern California, 8 pp Mindy S. Romero. January 2016. “As California Goes, So Goes the Nation? U.S. Demographic Change and the Latino Vote.” California Civic Engagement Project, University of California, Davis. 24 pp. Michael Rios, David Campbell and Mindy S. Romero. 2010. “Imagining the Spaces of Regional Action: Framing Youth Problems and Solutions.” Healthy Youth/Healthy Regions, Working Paper, Center for Regional Change, University of California, Davis. 29 pp. Mindy S. Romero and Jonathan London. 2010. “Opportunities and Challenges for Youth Civic Engagement.” Healthy Youth/Healthy Regions, Working Paper, Center for Regional Change, University of California, Davis. 64 pp. The California Civic Engagement Project: The California Voter Experience Study Mindy S. Romero. September 2017. “The California Voter Experience Study: A Statewide Survey of Voter Perspectives on Vote-by-Mail and Vote Centers.” Issue 3. 8 pp. ———. September 2016. “The California Voter Experience: Why African-American Voters Choose to Vote at the Polls or Vote-by-Mail, and How They Perceive Proposed Changes to California’s Voting System.” Issue 2. 6 pp. ———. July 2016. “The California Voter Experience: Vote-by-Mail vs. the Polls.” Issue 1. 8 pp. The California Civic Engagement Project: Policy Brief Series Mindy S. Romero. June 2016. “Online Voter Registration: Expanding Access to California’s Electoral Process.” Issue 11. 10 pp. ———. July 2015. “California's Latino and Asian-American Vote: Dramatic Underrepresentation in 2014 and Expected Impact in 2016.” Issue 10. 10 pp. ———. January 2015. “California’s New Political Realities: The Impact of the Youth Vote on Our Electoral Landscape.” Issue 9. 10 pp. ———. October 2014. “California’s 2014 Youth Voter Turnout: Decline and Future Opportunities.” Issue 8. 8 pp. ———. January 2014. “Is Demography Political Destiny? Population Change and California’s Future Electorate.” Issue 7. 12 pp. 2 ———. June 2013. “Changing Political Tides. Demographics and the Impact of the Rising Latino Vote.” Issue 6. 10 pp. ———. March 2013. “California's 2012 Youth Voter Turnout: Disparate Growth and Remaining Challenges.” Issue 5. 6 pp. ———. March 2013. “Online Voter Registration: Impact of California’s 2012 Election Turnout, by Age and Party Affiliation.” Issue 4. 5 pp. ———. December 2012. “California’s 2012 Electorate: the Impact of Youth and Online Voter Registration.” Issue 3. 4 pp. ———. October 2012. “California’s’ Youth Vote: Strength and Potential.” Issue 2. 4 pp. ———. August 2012. “California Latino and Asian Voter Registration Rates: A Decade of Growth and Disparity.” Issue 1. 4 pp. SPONSORED RESEARCH Principal Investigator 2018-2019. New Venture Fund. “Automatic Voter Registration Project.” (under review). 2018-2019. Carnegie Corporation of New York. “Making the Case for Greater Investment in Latino Political Mobilization.” 2017-2019. The California Endowment. “Youth Civic Participation Pathways to Improve Health Equity.” 2017-2019. James Irvine Foundation. “Broadening the Landscape of Civic Engagement in California.” 2017-2018. California Latino Economic Institute. ”The State of Latino Economic Well-Being in California.” 2017-2018. James Irvine Foundation. “Promoting Voter Equity under CA SB 450.” 2015-2017. James Irvine Foundation. “Expanding Access to the Electoral Reform Process for Californians.” 2015-2016. James Irvine Foundation. “California’s Automated Voter Registration.” 2013-2014. James Irvine Foundation. “Examining California’s Vote-by-Mail Ballots.” Co-Principal Investigator 2018. United States Department of State. “Study of the U.S. Institutes for Student Leaders on Women's Leadership.” $280,000 (Co-PI: Joanna Regulska, University of California, Davis (under review). Co-Investigator 2017-2021. University of California, Office of the President. Multi-Campus Grant. “California’s New Electorate.” (PI: Thad Kousser, University of California, San Diego). PRESENTATIONS Academic Conference Papers Mindy S. Romero, Eric McGhee and Thad Kousser. “California’s New Vote Center Model: Is Increased Voter Turnout a Reality?” To be presented at the panel “New Research in Elections Science” at the 114th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, MA, August 30-September 2, 2018. Paul Gronke, Robert Griffin, Eric McGhee and Mindy S. Romero. “Automatic Voter 3 Registration and Turnout under ‘Oregon Motor Voter:’ A Second Look.” To be presented at the panel “New Research in Elections Science” at the 114th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, MA, August 30-September 2, 2018. Paul Gronke, Brian T. Hamel, Eric McGhee and Mindy Romero. “Automatic Voter Registration and Turnout under ‘Oregon Motor Voter:’ A Second Look.” Presented at the panel titled “Elections, Public Opinion and Voting Behavior” at the 113th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, CA, September 2, 2017. Eric McGhee, Paul Gronke, Brian Hamel, and Mindy Romero. “Automatic Voter Registration and Voter Turnout.” Presented at the session titled “New Approaches to Voter Registration and Turnout” at the 2017 Elections Sciences, Reform & Administration Summer Conference, Portland, OR, July 27, 2017. Mindy S. Romero. “Demographics and the Changing Political Landscape.” Presented at the panel titled “Facts Behind Demographic Change in California: How Planners Can Respond” at the American Planning Association California 2013 Conference, Visalia, CA, October 9, 2013. ———. “Creating the Next Generation of California Leaders.” Presented at panel titled “The Citizen Leader: Broadening the Ranks of Planning Leaders” at the American Planning Association California 2013 Conference, Visalia, CA, October 6, 2013. ———. “Changing Political Tides: Geography, Age and the 2012 California Latino Vote.” Presented at the session titled “Latinos” at the 108th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, New York, NY, August 13, 2013. ———. “Fighting Their Own Battles: The Role of Identity Framing in the Political Mobilization of Communities.” Presented at the “Collective Behavior and Social Movements Roundtable Session” at the 107th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Denver, CO, August 20, 2012. Michael Rios, Dave Campbell and Mindy S. Romero. “Imaging the Spaces of Regional Action: Framing Youth Problems and Solutions.” Presented at the section titled “Sociological Practice and Public Sociology” at the 106th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Las Vegas, NV, August 21, 2011. Mindy S. Romero. “Fighting Their Own Battles. How Youth Use Civic Engagement in the Address of Regional Inequity.” Presented at the section titled “Political Sociology” at the 105th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Section on Political Sociology, Atlanta, GA, August 17, 2010. ———. "Critical Mass: The Power of Community on the Latino Vote." Presented at the session titled “Trends in the US Electorate” of the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA, August 11, 2009. ———. “A Countervailing Influence on Low Voting Predictors for Latinos.” Presented at the Section on Latino/a Sociology at the 102nd Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, New York, NY, August 11, 2007. ———. “Critical Mass and the Latino Vote.” Presented at the Section on Latino/a Sociology at the 100th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Philadelphia, PA, August 15, 2005. ———. “The Sleeping Giant Awakens: Critical Mass and the California Vote.” Presented at the Section on Latina/o Sociology, Roundtable on Political Attitudes and Voting Behavior, at the 97th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Chicago, IL, August 19, 2002. Testimony to the California State Legislature 4 Mindy S. Romero. “Discussion of Youth Engagement Research.” Presented at the California State Legislature, Senate Elections Committee Briefing, Sacramento, CA, April 2017. ———. “Will Vote Centers Work in California? Challenges for the Voter Turnout of Underrepresented Groups.” Presented at the California State Legislature, Assembly Elections Committee Briefing, Sacramento, CA, August 2, 2016. ———. “California's Latino and Asian-American Vote: Dramatic Underrepresentation in 2014 and Expected Impact in 2016.” Presented at the California State Legislature, Sacramento, CA, March 2015. Mindy S. Romero. “California's New Political Realities: The Impact of the Youth Vote on Our Electoral Landscape.” Presented at the California State Legislature, Joint Session of the Assembly and Senate Elections Committees, Sacramento, CA, May, 2015. Briefings to the California State Legislature Mindy S. Romero. “Vote Centers are Coming to California: What Do We Need to Know to Help Ensure Successful and Equitable Implementation?” Presentation in the UC Davis Capitol Speaker Series, Sacramento, CA, August 29, 2017. ———. “The 2016 California Election: Lessons Learned and Continuing Challenges.” Presented at the California State Legislature, Sacramento, CA, January 2017. ———. “Informational Briefing on Vote Centers.” Presentation to the Assembly Committee on Elections and Constitutional Amendments, State Capitol Building, Sacramento, CA, August 2, 2016. ———.“The Effect of California's New Election Reforms on Voter Turnout.” Presented at the California State Legislature, Sacramento, CA, May 2016. ———. “California’s Latino and Asian-American Vote: Dramatic Underrepresentation in 2014 and Expected Impact in 2016.” Presented at the California State Legislature, Sacramento, CA, May 2015. ———. “California's Latino and Asian-American Vote: Dramatic Underrepresentation in 2014 and Expected Impact in 2016.” California State Capitol, September 29, 2015. ———.“Changing Political Tides: Demographics and the Impact of the Rising California Latino Vote.” Presented at the California State Legislature, Sacramento, CA, May 2014. ———. Underrepresentation in California’s Electorate.” Presented at the California State Capital, event sponsored by Supervisor Luis Alejo, Monterey County Board of Supervisors, and the California Latino Legislative Caucus, June 3, 2013. ———. “Youth Voter Turnout in the 2014 Elections.” Presentation to the California Legislature, Joint Session of the Assembly and Senate Elections Committees, March 25, 2015. ———. “The Effect of California's New Election Reforms on Voter Turnout,” Presentation at the California State Capital, Sacramento, CA, May 20, 2016. TedxTalks Mindy S. Romero. “The Power of the Youth Vote.” TEDxUCDavis delivered and recorded at the Mondavi Center, University of California, Davis, May 1, 2016. Selected Presentations at Civic, Non-Profit and Educational Venues 5 Mindy S. Romero. “Voting in 2018 and Beyond: Ensuring Access and Accountability of the Ballot in America.” Panel speaker at the UC Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 2018 Symposium, Sacramento, CA, January 29, 2018. ———. “California's recently adopted election reforms and their influence on the current and future U.S. political landscape.” Conference presentation to the US Election Assistance Commission, Washington D.C., December 11, 2017. ———. “How Changing Demography Will—Or Won't—Influence Outcomes.” Presentation to the University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, November 20, 2017. Mindy S. Romero. “Look Ahead: What Happens Next?” Panel speaker at Immigration panel, Capitol Weekly Conference, Sacramento, CA, November 9, 2017. ———. “Looking Ahead to the 2018 Midterm Elections: How Changing Demography Will—or Won't—Influence Outcomes.” Presentation at the University of California Center in Sacramento, CA, August 24, 2017. ———. “How Changing Demography Will— or Won't—Influence Outcomes." Presentation at the University of California Center Sacramento, Sacramento, CA, August 24, 2017. ———. “The 2016 General Election.” Presentation at the University of California Center in Sacramento, Sacramento, CA, January 31, 2017. ———. “The 2016 California Election.” Presentation at the University of California Center in Sacramento, Sacramento, CA, January 27, 2017. ———. “The 2016 California Election.” Presentation to the League of Women Voters of Marin County, San Rafael, CA, January 9, 2017. ———. “The Latino Vote,” Presentation to the League of California Cities Latino Caucus, San Francisco, CA, January 7, 2017. ———. “How Latino Voters and Legislators are Changing California Politics.” Presentation to the County of Los Angeles Legislative Affairs and Intergovernmental Relations Branch of the Los Angeles County Chief Executive Office, Los Angeles, CA, December 7, 2016. ———. “Debrief on the 2016 Election.” Presentation at the YMCA Youth & Government Conference, Fresno, CA, November 12, 2016. ———. “Results and Policy Implications at the Federal, State and Local Level.” Media Briefing to the William C. Velasquez Institute, Los Angeles, November 10, 2016. ———. “The Importance of Youth Civic Engagement.” Discussion at Lincoln High School, Stockton, CA, November 17, 2016. ———. “Disparities in Voter Turnout,” Presentation to the Sacramento City Council, Sacramento, CA, November 3, 2016. ———. “Understanding California Election Reforms.” Presentation at California State University, Sacramento (Sacramento State) Envisioning California 2016 Conference, Sacramento, CA, October 7, 2016. ———. “What Should We Expect This November?” Presentation at the University of California Center Sacramento, Sacramento, CA, October 4, 2016. ———. “As California Goes, So Goes the Nation? US Demographic Change and the Latino Vote.” Presentation at the Harvard University Center for Governmental and International Studies, Cambridge, MA, September 14, 2016. ———. “The 2016 Election and Its Potential Impact on American Politics.” Presentation at the Institute for Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, September 8, 2016. 6 ———. “The California Voter Experience: Vote-by-Mail vs. the Polls.” Webinar hosted by the California Civic Engagement Project, August 15, 2016. ———. “Deepening Civic Participation among California’s Low-Income Communities and Communities of Color.” Presentation to Policylink, Sacramento, CA, August 11, 2016. ———. “Millennials and the Future of Work in the Golden State.” Presentation at the Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley, July 22, 2016. Mindy S. Romero. “Ballot Initiatives and Civic Engagement.” Presentation at the Capitol Event Center, Sacramento, CA, June 24, 2016. ———. “Online Voter Registration.” Webinar hosted by the California Civic Engagement Project, June 23, 2016. ———. “What to Expect from California’s New Motor Voter Law.” Presentation at the Capitol Event Center, Sacramento, Sacramento, CA, June 16, 2016. ———. “Opportunities and Barriers to Voting.” Presentation to the VoteDisability 2016 Get Out the Vote Leadership Conference, Pasadena, CA, June 15, 2016. ———. “Harnessing the Power of the New American Majority.” Presentation to the Sierra Health Foundation, Sacramento, CA, May 25, 2016. ———. “The Effect of California's New Election Reforms on Voter Turnout.” Presentation at the University of California Center Sacramento, May 6, 2016. ———. “Increasing Civic Engagement of Youth.” Presentation to the Sacramento County Office of Education Conference Center, April 30, 2016. ———. “The U.S. and California Vote.” Webinar hosted by the California Civic Engagement Project, March 11, 2016. ———. “The Demographics of Leadership in California Water.” Presentation at the Annual Conference, Water Education for Latino Leaders, San Jose, CA, March 4, 2016. ———. “Vote-by-Mail Use in California.” Presentation to the Future of California Elections 2016 Conference, Los Angeles, CA, February 25, 2016. ———. “The Youth Vote and Implications for Communities of Color.” Presentation to the Law and Democracy Project, Chabot College, Hayward, CA, February 24, 2016. ——— .“As California Goes, So Goes the Nation? U.S. Demographic Change and the Role of California in the Nation's Changing Political Landscape.” Presentation at the University of California Center Sacramento, January 26, 2016 ———. “How to Write a Policy Brief.” Presentation to the University of California Cooperative Extension, December 1, 2016. ———. “What to Expect This November.” Presentation to California Non-Profit Association, November 4, 2016. ———. “The Power of the Latino Vote.” Presentation to United Latinos, CITY, STATE, November 3, 2015. ———. “The State of Engagement in Yolo County.” Presentation to the Woodland League of Women Voters, Woodland, CA, September 21, 2015. ———. “Demographics and the Changing Political Landscape.” Presentation at the All-Ivy Civic Engagement Panel, San Francisco, CA, September 17, 2015. ———. “The California Latino and Asian-American Vote.” Webinar hosted by the California Civic Engagement Project, September 2, 2015. ———. “The Latino and Asian-American Vote.” Presentation to the Leadership California Institute, Sacramento, CA, July 9, 2015. 7 ———. “The California Latino and Asian-American Vote: Dramatic Underrepresentation in 2014 and Expected Impact in 2016.” Presentation at the University of California Center, Sacramento, CA, July 8, 2015. ———. “The Future of the Latino Vote in California.” Presentation on panel titled “Latina Civic Engagement and the 2016 Elections” at the 21st Annual Latina Action Day, Hispanas Organized for Political Equality, Sacramento, CA, May 12, 2015. ———. “The 2014 California Youth Vote.” Webinar hosted by the California Civic Engagement Project, March 24, 2014. Mindy S. Romero. “Disparities in the Use of Vote-by-Mail in California.” Presentation at the Future of California Elections Conference, Sacramento, CA, February 19, 2015. ———. “California Votes— A Post-Mortem on the 2014 Election.” Presentation to the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley, January 31, 2015. ———. Research Release Event. Hosted by Brigade, San Francisco, CA, January 22, 2015. ———. “The State of Youth Engagement.” Presentation at Sacramento City College, Sacramento, CA, October 29th, 2014. ———. “Youth Voter Turnout in the 2014 Election.” Webinar hosted by the California Civic Engagement Project, October 24, 2014. ———. “What to Expect this November: Demographic Change and California's Shifting Political Landscape,” Presentation at the University of California Center, Sacramento, CA, October 16, 2014. ———. “Disparities in Vote-by-Mail Use in California.” Presentation at the University of California Center, Sacramento, CA, October 16, 2014. ———. “Make Sure Every Vote Counts! Presentation on Panel on Vote-by-Mail in California.” Presentation on panel on Vote-by-Mail at the Future of California Elections Luncheon Event, Sacramento, CA, October 14, 2014. ———. “Resources Available at the California Civic Engagement Project.” Presentation to the Greenlining Institute, Berkeley, CA, October 9, 2014. ———. “Vote-by-Mail Use in California.” Presentation at the Common Cause Voting Reform Conference, Denver, CO, September 9, 2014. ———. “Disparities in Vote-by-Mail Use.” Presentation on panel titled “Vote-by-Mail Trends” at the Annual Conference of the California Association of County Clerks and Elected Officials, Newport Beach, CA, July 16, 2014. ———. “Barriers to Youth Voting.” Presentation at Sacramento City College, Sacramento, CA, May 13, 2014. ———. “Disparities in Vote-by-Mail Use in California.” Presentation at the Future of California Elections Conference, Los Angeles, CA, March 3, 2014. ———. “The Latino Vote in California.” Presentation to El Concilio of San Joaquin, Stockton, CA, January 31, 2014. ———. “Unequal Barriers to Voting.” Presentation to the National Commission on Voting Rights Hearing, San Francisco, CA, January 30, 2014. ______.“Is Demography Political Destiny? Population Change and California’s Future Electorate.” Presentation at the University of California Center, Sacramento, CA, January 14, 2014. ———. “The Latino Vote in the Central Valley.” Presentation to El Concilio, Modesto, CA, September 26, 2013. 8 ———. “The Latino Vote in the Central Valley.” Presentation to the Hispanic Action Network, Stockton, California, June 19, 2013. ———. “Changing Political Tides: Demographics and the Impact of the Rising California Latino Vote.” Presentation at the University of California Center, Sacramento, CA, May 23, 2013. ———. “The California Latino Vote.” Presentation at the California Statewide Democratic Convention, Sacramento, CA, April 13, 2013. Mindy S. Romero. “California’s Youth Vote: Strength and Potential.” Presentation at the James Irvine Foundation Future of California Elections Project Conference, Sacramento, CA, January 24, 2013. ———. “California’s Youth Vote: Strength and Potential.” Presentation at the University of California Center, Sacramento, CA, January 24, 2013. ———. “Latino and Asian-American Turnout in California.” Presentation at the James Irvine Foundation Future of California Elections Conference, Sacramento, CA, January 23, 2013. MEDIA PRESENCE Newsletter and Twitter Since April 2016, the CCEP has published a monthly newsletter called Engage! I regularly comment on electoral issues on Twitter, under my own name: @mindysromero The Sacramento Bee I am regularly commissioned to write opinion pieces on electoral issues for this daily paper. Media Coverage CCEP research is often cited in local, state, national and international media, including: Print, Wire & Online Outlets Al Jazeera America American Spectator Associated Press California Forward Capitol Weekly Central Valley Business Times The Charlotte Observer El Confidencial Contra Costa Times Daily Democrat The Davis Enterprise The Desert Sun El Diario (Spain) EdSource Financial Times Forbes Fresno Bee Futurity Governing Hispanas Organized for Political Equality (HOPE) Hoy Los Angeles Huffpost (formerly the Huffington Post) The Independent (UK) International Business Times El Latino de Hoy LA School Report Los Angeles Daily News Los Angeles Times The Maddy Institute Mashable Mint Press News, Minneapolis Napa Valley Register The New York Times La Opinión 9 Orange County Register Pew Charitable Trust PhysOrg Politico PolitiFact The Press Enterprise, Riverside Project Vote The Reporter, Vacaville Rolling Stone Sacramento News & Review Sacramento Bee San Diego LGBT Weekly San Diego Union-Tribune San Francisco Chronicle San Gabriel Valley Tribune San Jose Mercury News Santa Barbara News-Press Radio Capital Public Radio News, Sacramento HuffPost Voces KALW, San Francisco KATD, Sacramento KCBS, San Francisco KFBK, Sacramento KFCF, Fresno KGO, San Francisco Television ABC CBS CNN Fox News Fox News Latino KCOY, Santa Barbara KCRA, Sacramento, Stockton, Modesto KPIX, San Francisco Santa Cruz Sentinel Stanford Law Review online SF Weekly Sierra Sun Times Slate TechCrunch La Tercera Topeka Capitol Journal USA Today US News and World Report Vida en el Valle Voice of America Vox Washington Post World News en español Yahoo KIQI, San Francisco KPCC, Los Angeles KPFA, Berkeley KQED, San Francisco National Public Radio Public News Service Voice of America WBUR, Boston KQED, San Francisco NBC KION, Monterey KQED KBAK, Bakersfield RT Univision TEACHING AND SERVICE Courses Taught (all at the University of California, Davis) Introduction to Sociology Intergroup Ideology Self and Society Field Research Methods Political Sociology How Young People Can Take Over the World! Race Relations 10 Academic Service University of California, Davis Policy Consortium Steering Committee, 2015-2018. Chancellor’s Committee on Diversity and Inclusion, Communications Workgroup, 2015-2018. Chair, Professional Development Committee, Department of Sociology, UC Davis, 2009-2010. Administrative Chair of Graduate Student Sociology Association, 2007-2008. Advocacy Chair of Graduate Student Sociology Association, 2007-08. Undergraduate Program Committee Member, Department of Sociology, UC Davis, 2002-2003. Selected Community and Professional Service Chair, Board of Directors, California Common Cause, 2018-present. Academic Advisory Board Member, California Latino Economic Institute (joint board of the California Latino Legislative Caucus and the California Business Round Table), 2017-present. California Secretary of State Senate Bill 450 Taskforce, 2017-present. Advisory Committee Member, Public Policy Institute of California, Statewide Survey, 2015-present. Board Member, National Center for Learning and Civic Engagement, 2017-2018. California Government Operations Agency, Government Transformation Forum Advisory Council, 2015-2016. Board Member, California Common Cause, 2014-present. Power of Democracy, Sacramento County Steering Committee, 2014-present. Vice-Chair, City of Davis Social Service Commission, 2012-2017. Board Member, Yolo County Community Services Action Board, 2012-2014. Chair, Board of Directors, Mutual Housing, California, 2008-2018. Board of Directors, Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Center of Yolo County, 2008-2012. 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