The following Wake Forest staff (Reynolda Campus) retired in 2017-2018:
Donna Gung, Executive Assistant, Office of the President
Kathy Idol, Communications Coordinator and Counselor, Financial Aid
Terry Poovey, Admissions Assistant, Undergraduate Admissions
Preston Stockton, Manager, Reynolda Gardens
Lynn Sutton, Vice Provost, Office of the Provost
Connie Green, Administrative Coordinator, English
Pamela Karr, Training and Development Manager, Counseling
Patricia (Patty) Kennedy, Administrative Assistant, Health and Exercise Science
Patricia (Patty) Lanier, Administrative Coordinator, Office of the Dean of the College
Cindy O’Hagan, Coordinator, Curriculum Materials, Education
Judith (Judi) Affeldt, Administrative Assistant, School of Business
Patricia (Pat) Peacock, Associate Director, School of Business
Janet Cromer, Associate Director, School of Law
Ann Robertson, Program Coordinator, School of Law
Ronald (Ron) Atkins, Service Technician, Facilities and Campus Services
Winford Cook, Sanitation Coordinator, Facilities and Campus Services
Carrnell Covington, Custodian, Facilities and Campus Services
Hazel Daniels, Custodian, Facilities and Campus Services
Lester Ferrell, Custodian, Facilities and Campus Service
Rebecca Harrington, Maintenance and Utilities Analyst, Facilities and Campus Services
Annie (Ann) Knox, Parking Supervisor, Parking and Transportation
Ava Nelums, Custodian, Facilities and Campus Services
Julio Parada, Server, Graylyn
Raymond (Ray) Trindade, Auto Technician, Facilities and Campus Services
Diane Wise, Administrative Coordinator, Procurement Services
Michael (Mike) Ford, Director, Philanthropy Programs, Pro Humanitate Institute
Donalee White, Administrator Coordinator, Learning Assistance Center
Jane Jones, Administrative Coordinator, University Advancement
Nancy Pierce, Territory Development Coordinator, University Advancement
Cherin Poovey, Managing Editor, Wake Forest Magazine, University Advancement
Janet Williamson, Deputy Editor, University Advancement
Walter (Doug) Bland, Associate Athletic Director, Athletics
Dianne Dailey, Head Coach, Women’s Golf, Athletics
Anita (Ann) Flynn, Academic Counselor, Athletics
Ethan Reeve, Head Coordinator, Sports Performance, Athletics
Betty Shronts, Administrative Assistant, Athletics
Categories: Inside WFU
Please find below a list of academic department chairs and their administrative assistants for 2015-2016, as of July 1, 2015:
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Categories: Staff News
Nominations are now been accepted for the 2010 Employee of the Year awards. The deadline for nominations is Sept. 29.
Each year, Wake Forest presents awards to two staff members who demonstrate exemplary dedication and devotion to the University. Winners receive a $1,000 cash award and a plaque. The awards will be presented at the Staff Recognition Luncheon on Oct. 7.
All regular staff members (budgeted to work at least 1,000 hours annually) with five or more years of continuous service (at the time of nomination) with the University are eligible to be nominated.
Two awards are presented: one to a staff member from the FLSA exempt staff category (executives, administrators and other professionals who do not earn overtime) and one to a staff member from the FLSA non-exempt/hourly category (technicians, clerical and office support, paraprofessionals, skilled craft workers, and service and maintenance workers.)
Nomination forms are available online. Forms must be submitted to the nominated staff member’s department head by Monday, Sept. 27, for comments and signature, and must be submitted to Human Resources no later than the end of the day on Sept. 29.
Last year, Connie Green, administrative assistant in the English department, and Jean Kimmer, associate registrar, were named Employees of the Year.
Nominations are reviewed by a selection committee of representatives from all areas of the University, including the Staff Advisory Council. Selection is made on the following criteria:
Dedication to Duty – Through unselfish dedication to duty, staff member has contributed significant service to his or her department and the University community.
Innovation – Staff member has initiated and successfully established new and outstanding methods, practices, plans or designs of fundamental value to the University.
Safety/Heroism – Staff member has demonstrated outstanding judgment, courage or ability in an emergency; meritorious action or service to prevent injury, loss of life or damage to loss of property.
Other Achievements – Staff member has displayed service that deserves recognition.