Staff member accepted to staff leadership institute
|Author: Terri C.|
Date: Friday, September 9th, 2011
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The Staff Council, Human Resources and Continuing Education are pleased to announce the 2011-2012 class of the Staff Leadership Institute. Congratulations to the following individuals:
Participant Title Department
Melinda Bailey, BSA - Housing & Residence Life
Jessica Dunnegan, Office Coordinator - Biology
Anthony Elliott, Testing Specialist - Distance Learning
Lisa Epley, Testing Specialist - Distance Learning
Melissa Flowers, Advising Associate - Academic Advising and Retention
Cynthia George, Safety Compliance Specialist - Environment Health & Safety
Stephanie Hammons, Office Associate - Honors College
Martha Holloway, BSA - Facilities Management, South Campus
Keith Lancaster, Systems Administrator - WKU Health Services
Stephen Lancaster, Sr. Desktop Support Consultant - Tech Support Services
Michael Loftis, Computer Lab Consultant - Academic Technology
Jason Owen, Interactive Video Services Tech - Communication Technologies
Debbie Pace, Project Manager - Capital Construction
Tammy Price, BSA Teamleader - Facilities Management
Liza Ramirez, Office Associate - E'Town/Ft.Knox/Radcliff Regional Campus
Jennifer Ragan, Administrative Assistant - Women's Basketball
Patricia Reynolds, Office Associate - Ogden College, Dean's Office
Debbie Richardson, Business Operations Associate - Academic Technology
Michael Samec, BSA - Facilities Management
Whitney Turner, Student Records Associate - Registrar's Office
Alternate Fran Matheis, Financial Analyst - WKU Foundation
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