Comings and Goings

  • December 7, 2011

Employees listed below were hired in the following months:

July
Ricardo Avitia, Student services professional I, Planning and Enrollment Management
Katherine Dillon, Administrative support coordinator, University Advancement
Kirk Gaston, Lieutenant, University Police Department
Leroy Morishita, Interim president, President’s Office
Bradley Wells, Interim vice president, Administration and Finance

August
Ben Chau, Information technology consultant, User Support Services
Ralph Jones, Head track coach, Intercollegiate Athletics
My-Lan Huynh, Student services professional III, Student life and Leadership
Cherina Medina, Student services professional III, Accessibility Services
Denise Needlemen, Interim associate vice president, Human Resources

September
Mimi Akaba, Instructional support tech, Nursing
Jenna Casady, Assistant water polo coach, Intercollegiate Athletics
Stephanie Couch, Interim director, Center for STEM Education
Ronald Davis, Track coaching assistant, Intercollegiate Athletics
Tamra Donnelly, Administrative analyst, Academic Senate
Christine Herdt, Registered nurse, Student Health Services
Darren Lewis, Assistant baseball coach, Intercollegiate Athletics
Eugene Lim, Director, Server Operations Services
James McShane, Assistant softball coach, Intercollegiate Athletics
Jonathan Norfolk, Assistant baseball coach, Intercollegiate Athletics
Linda Pon, Athletic trainer, Intercollegiate Athletics
Robert Raiston, Head baseball coach, Intercollegiate Athletics
Rosydalia Torres, Administrative support coordinator, Continuing and International Education
Nga Tran, Student services professional II, Nursing
Borre Ulrichsen, Associate vice president, Information Technology Applications and Support

October
Mercedes Alvarez Arancedo, Interim director of Campus Information Services, Administrative Applications
Sandra Claflin, Administrative support coordinator, College of Education and Allied Studies
Casey Decker, Student services professional I, Planning and Enrollment Management




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