Magazine article ASEE Prism

Asee Staffers Recognized for Extra Effort

Magazine article ASEE Prism

Asee Staffers Recognized for Extra Effort

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A monthly award has been introduced at ASEE headquarters to showcase staffers who go above and beyond expectations to provide service to members, assist colleagues outside their own departments, fill in during another's absence, or improve the organization's efficiency and bottom line. The awards are decided by a staff committee.

APRIL

Steve Woodard

Senior Systems Administrator

Steve was nominated for all the work that he does, but specifically for improving our IT infrastructure to enhance the reliability of our server farm and network. Steve has also implemented the capability to diagnose and correct issues remotely when he is out of the office, which means he's on call weekends, evenings, when he is out sick, or on vacation.

Shanae Jones

Council Affairs Coordinator

Shanae was nominated because of her role in taking on added responsibilities following the departure of the Council Affairs Manager, and then flawlessly assisting a new manager in making the transition during a busy conference.

Jacqueline David

Senior Accountant

Having been with ASEE less than one month, Jackie found a way to slash news1^ letter distribution costs by updating the Constant Contact distribution list, which we pay for based on the number of contacts in the database. She took the discovery to Editorial, and the distribution list was promptly updated.

Mary Lord

Deputy Editor

Mary was nominated for multiple contributions. These included working with Jackie on updating the Constant Contact database list quickly, and secondly, painting a watercolor good enough to grace the cover of the December issue of Prism, which not only saved us money - we didn't have to pay someone else - but it was also a great cover!

MAY

Dejha Wright

Staff Accountant

Dejha was nominated for assisting in the training of three new accounting employees almost simultaneously, providing institutional knowledge, and taking on added responsibilities while her department was short-staffed. …

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