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"I am proud to be a part of a group of people who wants to inspire people in the community to learn, create and contribute is a great opportunity. MCC adjunct faculty bring a diverse level of experiences to the community, which bring about a greater understanding of the world around us."
M.A. in Humanities, Central Michigan University
B.A. in Government, Cornell University
Teaches Humanities at MCC (Center and South)
Darrett has been teaching at MCC for 19 years. He formerly served as an instructor in humanities and history at University of Phoenix from 2010-2020, as well the the Campus Operations Manager at University of Phoenix from 2018-2019.
"Being part of the union, and now a member of the executive board, gives me a different manner in which to involve members and to interact with other members of faculty and administration. My goal, as well as the goal of the AAFMCC Executive Board, is to create a more equitable position financially and in governance, for the adjunct faculty within the college.
Jeffrey T. Kass
Vice President (VP)
B.A. in History, Kalamazoo College
M.A. in History, Wayne State University
Teaches History at MCC (Center and South)
Jeff is one of AAFMCC's founding members who wrote the AAFMCC Mission Statement. From January 2015-May 2016, Jeff served as AFFMCC President, and during this time, he worked with the MCC Foundation to establish the AAFMCC Family and AAFMCC Community Scholarships.
Jeff has worked as an adjunct instructor at Schoolcraft College and at Oakland Community College. Currently, in addition to teaching at MCC, he is also employed as an adjunct professor at Central Michigan University Global Campus.
"As a historian, I have an acute awareness of the need for unions and the protections they provide in the workplace. I tell my students that unions guarantee our rights in the workplace just as the Bill of Rights guarantees them in our civil society. They’re always there, but you don’t need them until you need them. Unions bring democracy to the workplace."