What is CUCSA?

CUCSA (Council of University of California Staff Assemblies) is an assembly of UC staff representing each UC location (i.e., campus, health system UCOP and Berkeley Lab). CUSCA is dedicated to maintaining and enhancing communication within the UC community on matters of interest to non-represented employees in accordance with California laws and Regent policy. 


The Council's objective is to provide  a forum  where UC staff discuss and research topics of mutual interest that impact staff at each UC location. These perspectives are shared with key UC decision-makers through reports and collaborating on the biannual Employee Engagement Survey. CUCSA  delegates serve a 2-year term. Berkeley Lab’s current delegates are: Melissa Romanus and Neli Lopez.

CUCSA Delegate Description 

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Berkeley Lab CUCSA Delegates - 2023/2024

Melissa Romanus

National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center

First Year Delegate

Neli Lopez

Human Resources

Second Year Delegate

Current CUCSA Projects/Research

The current CUCSA Delegation is focusing on six specific areas: 

Team Building Exercise 

UC Irvine

Team Building Exercise 

UC Irvine