Staff Council Representatives

2019-20 Staff Council Leadership

UNC Staff Assembly Delegates

  • Elizabeth White, Chair
  • Matt Horvat, Past Chair
  • Sharon Fogarty, Chair Elect
  • Heather Lathrop, Secretary/Treasurer (1st Alternate)
  • Victoria Scott, Parliamentarian (2nd Alternate)

Find your representative

2019-20 Staff Council Elected Members
Staff Council representatives are from different districts around the campus. Find your location and you'll find both your district and your representatives.  Elected representatives vote on items at meetings if a vote is called. Districts elect representatives and alternates, who can vote if their representative cannot attend a meeting.

District 1 — Administration Building

Representatives:
Jarrett Bailey
George Sills Jr.

Alternate:
Elizabeth White

Departments:

  • Academic Affairs, Faculty Affairs and Provost
  • Chancellor
  • Chief of Staff
  • Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration, and Financial Services (that included Accounts Payable, Budget and Payroll)
  • Strategic Communication
  • Institutional Integrity

District 2 — West Campus (Sunnyside and Main)

Representatives:
Crystal Jester
Victoria Scott

Alternate:
Sharon Fogarty

Departments:

  • Advancement (including  Alumni,  Development, Marketing)
  • Division of Liberal Arts
  • Kenan Institute for the Arts
  • Purchasing (including Surplus and Virtual Bookstore)
  • Summer Intensive Programs
  • UNCSA Foundation

District 3 — Hanes Commons Building

Representatives:
Laurel Banks
Krista Smith

Alternate:
(vacant)

Departments:

  • Counseling
  • Health Services
  • Mail Center
  • One Card Office
  • Student Affairs (including  Student Activities, Student Engagement and Transportation)

District 4 — Residence Life

Representatives:
David Morris
Nick Gawlik

Alternate:
(vacant)

Departments:

  • College Residence Life
  • High School Residence Life

District 5 — Performance Facilities, Filmmaking, Music

Representatives:
Heather Lathrop
Anna Sutton

Alternate:
Robin O’Neal

Departments:

  • Campus Performance Facilities
  • School of Filmmaking
  • School of Music

District 6 — Human Resources, IT, Design & Production

Representatives:
Kemora Brownlee
Dave LaVack

Alternate:
Jerry Solomon

Departments:

  • Human Resources
  • Information Technology
  • School of Design & Production

District 7 — High School Academics, Dance, Drama

Representatives:
Marissa McCullough
Casey Powers

Alternate:
(vacant)

Departments:

  • High School Academic Program
  • School of Dance (including Dance Costume Shop)
  • School of Drama

District 8 — Off-Campus (Downtown)

Representatives:
Tanya Evans
Phillip Perry

Alternate:
Russell Scott

Departments:

  • Center for Design Innovation
  • Community Music School
  • Stevens Center

District 9 — Facilities Management Department

Representatives:
Mark Deal
Jordan Jones

Alternate:
Steve Martin

Department:
Facilities Management Department

District 10 — Campus Police, Library, Student Disabilities Services, Teaching and Learning Center

Representatives:
Frank Brinkley
Kathryn Rowe

Alternate:
Samantha Sheff

Departments:

  • Campus Police
  • Library
  • Teaching and Learning Center

District 11 — Housekeeping Department

Representatives:
LaMarcus Johnson
Lawrence Woolard

Alternate:
Bridgett Robinson

Department:
Housekeeping Department

District 12 — Fitness Center, Welcome Center

Representatives:
Bethany Neary
Alicia Trent

Alternate:
Matt Horvat

Departments:

  • Fitness Center
  • Welcome Center
  • Admissions
  • Financial Aid
  • Registrar
  • Student Accounts/Cashier
  • Office of Academic Planning and Institutional Research

 

Timeline for officers and representatives change

Refer to the By-Laws Article III: Membership.

Representatives
Mid-April: Staff members are nominated or self-nominated to be a district representative
April 30: Voting is completed, results announced.
May 1: Newly-elected representatives begin serving May 1. Election of representatives is staggered:

  • Even-numbered districts terms end April 30, 2020.
  • Odd-numbered districts terms end April 30, 2021.

Officers
May or June meeting: Chair-elect and Secretary/Treasurer are elected. Representatives are nominated for officer positions. These are one-year terms.

July 1: Following the one-year term, the Chair-elect assumes the Chair and the Chair assumes the s Past Chair officer. The Chair appoints a Parliamentarian.

Committee Chairs
Officers invite staff members to serve as chairs on committees. Any staff member can request to serve on a committee. The Executive Committee consists of officers and standing committee chairs.