Category: Elections

Oct 10

The votes are in!

Congratulations to newly elected Employee Advisory Council Members: Lori Kocian DeWillis, associate director of support services, Office of the Provost (representing Academic Enterprise); Laura David, cluster nurse manager at the Gib Lewis and Goodman facilities (representing Correctional Managed Care); Gopakumar Manikandaseril, RN, Surgical Intensive Care Unit, (representing Hospitals and Clinics); and Truc Phuong Tran, business systems …

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Oct 26

EAC Fall 2016 Election from Nov. 1st – Nov. 20th (Candidates Info Now Posted)

Click here to vote! The EAC is looking for 4 candidates to replace members who have completed their commitment to the council. Our thanks go to the following members who have completed their commitment: Frank Valiulis, Souby George, Kevin Moore and Mary Schlobohm. Nominations were accepted from October 3, 2016 – October 21, 2016, with …

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Oct 13

EAC Election Nominations for Fall 2016 – Open Now!

The UTMB Employee Advisory Council (EAC) exists to foster bi-directional communication and dialog for all Classified staff, Administrative & Professional (A&P) positions, and Non-Teaching staff, excluding residents. The Council, which is sponsored and endorsed by the Office of the President, works to promote a positive and collaborative work environment that is committed to assessing, prioritizing …

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Feb 24

EAC Members

Back Row: Tilly Clark, Dawn Meyer, Kevin Moore, Neal Cooper, Mary Ann Hellinghausen, Mary Schlobohm, Jennifer Anderson and Frank Valiulis. Front Row: Laura Rosales, Debbie Conley, Jerri Robison, Julie Cantini, Angel Morales and Souby George. (Not pictured: Jacqueline Pope and Philesha Evans).

Feb 24

Newly-elected or appointed EAC Members

Newly-elected or appointed EAC Members:  Tilly Clark, Dawn Meyer, Angel Morales, Mary Schlobohm and Jennifer Anderson.

Dec 02

Newly-elected EAC Members Announced

Congratulations to newly-elected Employee Advisory Council (EAC) members. They are: Institutional Support: Tilly Clark CMC: Angel Morales Hospitals/Clinic: Dawn Meyer and Schools/Academic Enterprise: Jennifer Anderson Also, a big thank you to all the nominees and voters –  there were 13 people running for election, and more than 1,275 employees voting in the election!  

Nov 10

EAC Elections Open November 10th – December 1st

Now through Dec. 1, 2014, is your chance  to vote for an Employee  Advisory Council representative to represent employees within your entity at UTMB. Voting is open to classified, Administrative & Professional (A&P) and non-teaching staff, excluding residents. To view bios and photos for each candidate within an entity (Academic Enterprise, Correctional Managed Care, Hospitals …

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Oct 27

EAC Call For Nominations Extended to October 31, 2014

The UTMB Employee Advisory Council (EAC) exists to foster bi-directional communication and dialog for all Classified staff, Administrative & Professional (A&P) positions, and Non-Teaching staff, excluding residents. The Council, which is sponsored and endorsed by the Office of the President, works to promote a positive and collaborative work environment that is committed to assessing, prioritizing …

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Nov 25

Newly-elected EAC Members Announced

Congratulations to newly-elected Employee Advisory Council (EAC) members. They are:        Frank Valiulis, representing Institutional Support staff                             Kevin Moore, representing Correctional Managed Care employees                     Susanne Johnston, representing the Academic Enterprise, and            …

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Nov 04

Elections 2013

The UTMB Employee Advisory Council (EAC) exists to foster bi-directional communication and dialog for all Classified staff, Administrative & Professional (A&P) positions, and new for this year, Non-Teaching staff (excluding residents). The Council, which is sponsored and endorsed by the Office of the President, works to promote a positive and collaborative work environment that is …

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