Summer update for the WFU staff council

Wake Forest University’s Personnel Advisory Council shared the following information.

The Wake Forest University Staff Advisory Council (SAC) was formed in 2006 to strengthen communication between staff and administration at all levels. The SAC exists as an advisory body responsible for conveying staff ideas, questions and proposals to university administration, advising the university chancellor on matters affecting staff and informing staff colleagues of issues and policies affecting them.

The meeting date for the staff consultation 2024-25 has been set. All meetings will be held via Zoom and links will be shared in SAC’s monthly newsletter. We hope you will join us!

September 19
October 24
November 21
23 January
February 20th
March 20
April 17
May 22

2024-25 SAC Committee Members

President – ​​Stephanie Carter-Atkins, Housing Life & Housing
Vice President – ​​Ashley Hawkins Parham, Office of Wellbeing
Communications – Betsy Chapman, Communication and external relations

Shandra Caputo, School of Economics
Krista Davis, Information system
Tim Kerr, Facilities and campus services

Fringe benefits
Jim Settle, Office of the Dean of Students

Allison Hunter, University advancement
Bridget Sullivan, Athletics

Pro Humanitate
Ashley Graham Phipps, Office of Personal Development and Career Development

Welcome new members!

Sabrina Mack, Information system
Ansley Tallant, Personnel department

Advancement and registration
Betsy Chapman, Communication and external relations
Sandy Lail, Promotion

Facilities, campus & extra services
Tim Kerr, Facilities and campus services
Christopher Logan, Facilities and campus services
Luis Mendez, Transportation and parking services
Tabatha Renegar, The barn at Reynolda Village

Jessica Koehler, Leadership and character

Thanks to our outgoing members!

Gina Jarrett, School of Law
Branden Nicholson, School of Law
Leigh Anne Robinson, The university’s dean’s office

Presley Allsbrook, Information system
Elizabeth Dam-Regier, Personnel department

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