Finalists selected for 2012 Employee of the Year

Friday, September 28, 2012

Six UNC Charlotte staff members have been selected as the finalists for the 2012 Employee of the Year Award from 17 nominees. The individuals were nominated for outstanding service to the University.

Finalists, who will dine with Chancellor Philip L. Dubois at his table during the Staff Recognition Awards Luncheon on Oct. 5, will receive an engraved 49er stature. Two employees, one each from the FLSA Subject and Exempt categories, will be named employees of the year. Each recipient will receive a check for $2,000.

Finalists in the FLSA Subject category were Pamela Erickson, Office of Field Experiences; Devin Hatley, Office of Waste Reduction and Recycling, Facilities Management; and Jerry Lecomte II, Department of Police and Public Safety.

Sandy Kohn, Student Union, Activities and Recreation Department; LouAnn Lamb, business services; and Beverly Lueke, College of Arts + Architecture; were the finalists from the FLSA Exempt category.

Members of the Employee of the Year Selection Committee were Tamara Allman, housing and residence life; Juandra Burris, academic services; Lyndee  Ivey, academic affairs; Betty Coulter, risk management, safety and security; Judy Freed, technical operations and planning; Ellen Harris, treasury services; Bob Herman-Smith, social work; Cris Hill, Chancellor’s Office; Rick Lekj, computer science; Jennifer Livengood, art and art history; Jerry Mann, student union, activities and recreation; Lebra Nance, mechanical engineering and engineering sciences; Scott Plunkett, Alumni Association; Connie Rampey, student affairs; Dorothy Vick, facilities management, capital projects; and Becky Warren, business services.