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The Colonias Program at Texas A&M. The Colonias Program. What we bring to the table: A Model of Innovation for Social Change. 1. College of Architecture. We have a fundamental vision and mission…. The Colonias Program is about. COLONIAS PROGRAM. PEOPLE. PLACE.

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    1. The Colonias Program atTexas A&M

    2. The ColoniasProgram

    3. What we bring to the table:A Model of Innovation for Social Change

    4. 1 College of Architecture We have a fundamental vision and mission…

    5. The Colonias Program is about... COLONIASPROGRAM PEOPLE... PLACE... What people do in a place...

    6. … We Answer questionsthroughinnovative research, We Solve problemsthroughknowledge and experience in diverse relevant disciplinary domains, We Satisfy needsthroughinnovative products and services, We Realize opportunitiesthroughinnovative entrepreneurship, and We Fulfill aspirationsthroughfacilitation, coaching, and capacity building…

    7. Starting with our fundamental formula... We ask... Then we ask again.. Then we listen… NO Did we get it right? Then we deliver… YES And then we continue to deliver... Source: Oscar Muñoz, Director of the Colonias Program

    8. 2 College of Architecture We target six knowledge domains as the focal points of our efforts...

    9. HealthandHumanServices(Well-Being) Individuals Families Communities EconomicDevelopmentYoung Women and MenAdult Women and Men The Elderly Education andWorkforceDevelopmentChildrenYoung Women and MenAdult Women and Men The Elderly For PEOPLE... The ColoniasProgram

    10. CivilInfrastructureSystems EnergyWaterTransportation/MobilitySewage and StormwaterCommunications UrbanPlanningandDesignUrbanSemi-urban,Semi-ruralRural, andDisadvantagedCommunities Housing andCriticalCommunityFacilitiesAffordable andSustainable Housing,andCommunity Resource,Service, and Self-helpCenters For PLACE... The ColoniasProgram

    11. 3 College of Architecture We bring five key infrastructures in place...

    12. A College of Architecture A Physical Infrastructure:We have established a physical presence where it is needed most...

    13. Geographic Area ofOperations… 41 CommunityResource, Service, andSelf-Help Centers

    14. Val Verde County CRCs:  Cienegas • Del Rio Self Help El Paso County CRCs:  Buena Vista  Canotillo/Westway  Clint  Montana Vista  Socorro  Sparks Terrel County CRC:  Sanderson Maverick County CRCs:  Loma Bonita • Pueblo Nuevo • Seco Mines • Computer Center Hudspeth County CRC:  Fort Hancock Presidio County CRC:  Presidio Nueces County CRC:  Corpus Christi Webb County CRCs: Bruni  Buenos Aires (Urban CRC)  El Cenizo  La Presa  Larga Vista  Quad-Cities Peñitas West  Rio Bravo  Santa Teresa  Webb County Self Help and Nutrition Center (Hwy 359) Willacy County CRCs: La Sara  Lyford/Sebastian Zapata County CRC:  Zapata Star County CRC:  Colonias Unidas Hidalgo County CRCs:  Alamo • Progreso Alton  Monte Alto  North San Juan  San Carlos Cameron County CRC:  Browne • Cameron Park • Mexican Consulate

    15. B College of Architecture A Human Infrastructure:We have people where they are needed most...

    16. Direct Line of Supervisionand Communication Non-Supervisory Direct Line of Communication Dean College of Architecture Dr. Jorge Vanegas College Station Staff Assistant Dean for Finance & Administration Chris Novosad Regional Staff Members of the CHUDExecutive Council Members of the CHUDFinance Committee DirectorColonias Program Oscar Muñoz Assistant Director Finance & AdministrationBarbara Henry BusinessAssistant I JenniferRobertson Graduate Assistants (As needed) Western Rio Grande Region Central Rio Grande Region Lower Rio Grande Region Other EmergingRegions

    17. Dean College of Architecture Dr. Jorge Vanegas Assistant Dean for Finance & Administration Chris Novosad Direct Line of Supervisionand Communication Non-Supervisory Direct Line of Communication DirectorColonias Program Oscar Muñoz Assistant Director Finance & AdministrationBarbara Henry Regional Staff Graduate Assistants (As needed) Business Coordinator I Jennifer Robertson Western Rio Grande Region Associate Director Eufemia (Pema) Garcia Central Rio Grande Region Associate Director José Gutiérrez Lower Rio Grande Region Associate Director Laura Treviño Total Staff: 25+ Total Staff: 25+ Total Staff: 25+ ProgramCoordinators Diana Garcia& Susan Hernández-Hurt AdministrativeAssistant Yolanda Bryant ProgramCoordinator Sara Buentello AdministrativeAssistant Linda Casares ProgramCoordinator Maria Leal AdministrativeAssistant Irene Treviño Community Resource Centers OutreachWorkers(Promotoras) VISTA/AmeriCorps Members Community Resource Centers OutreachWorkers(Promotoras) VISTA/AmeriCorps Members Community Resource Centers OutreachWorkers(Promotoras) VISTA/AmeriCorps Members * Number Includes Variable Staff Composed Primarily of Outreach Workers (Promotoras) & VISTA Members

    18. Promotoras: The Heart of the Colonias Program

    19. C College of Architecture A Mobility Infrastructure:We provide mobility for those who do not have any...

    20. Mobility Health andHuman Services,Education andWorkforceDevelopment, andEconomicDevelopmentPrograms ColoniaResidents

    21. D College of Architecture A Connectivity Infrastructure:We provide connectivity to reduce/eliminate isolation, and enable remote interaction and collaboration...

    22. Connectivity Promotoras Vans Lower Rio Grande Region Lower Rio Grande Region Central Rio Grande Region Central Rio Grande Region Western Rio Grande Region Western Rio Grande Region CHUDCYBER-INFRASTRUCTURE(College Station) U.S.A. World Public Sector Organizations Public Sector Organizations Private Sector Organizations Private Sector Organizations Academic Institutions Academic Institutions Regional Offices, and Community Resource &Service Centers Regional Offices, and Community Resource & Service Centers Regional Offices, and Community Resource &Service Centers Central Rio Grande Region Western Rio Grande Region Lower Rio Grande Region

    23. E College of Architecture A Partner Network Infrastructure:We partner with others to expand, complement, and/or supplement the existing resource base...

    24. Partnerships Public and Private Partners (sample) Total To Date:Over 400

    25. Partners √ The Community and its Leaders √ End-users √ Policy Makers ColoniasProgramsSolutions √ Government Officials √ Builders √ RegulatoryAgencies √ Manufacturersand Suppliers √ Architectsand Engineers √ Finance and Funding Institutions √ Planners

    26. College of Architecture In closing, in 20 years of operation, we have delivered outcomes that are tangible and real…

    27. To date, for FY2011: $18,297,767(State Funding) $36,379,112(Leveraged Funding) $54,676,879(Total Funding)

    28. The End(for now…)