This month, we are pleased to bring you an interview with Jeanne Casares, Associate Vice President & CIO for the Institute. The Office of the CIO is a fairly busy spot but Jeanne was happy to sit down for an interview.
Tell us a little about your RIT career.
I just celebrated my 10th year anniversary here at RIT (which went by in a blink – time flies so quickly!) and have held the role of CIO at the helm of the Information Technology Services team since my arrival.
What do you enjoy the most about your role here?
Staff Council is seeking nominations for representatives in Blocks 1, 3, and 5 to serve from June 2019 thru May 2021! Not sure what block you're in? Check out our Representatives page for a listing of all departments and divisions for each block.
Staff Council is also seeking nominations from Non-Exempt employees only for Block 4 to serve for one year from June 2019 thru May 2020.
This month, we are pleased to bring you this interview with Darci Lane-Williams, Director of the Center for Women and Gender.
Tell us a little about your RIT career…how long have you worked here, in what roles, etc.
I have been at RIT since the fall of 2009. During my time here, I have always been a part of CWaG.
I started as an Assistant Director for Counseling and Advocacy and became Director on the summer of 2011.
What do you enjoy most about your role as Director of the Center for Women and Gender
RIT Staff Council has been busy this Fall semester! Before we enjoy the Thanksgiving break and start thinking about the holiday season, I’d like to take some time to highlight what we’ve been up to and discuss our plans for the rest of the year.
This month, we are especially pleased to bring you this interview with Peg Meyers, Staff Council Coordinator, aka the backbone of RIT Staff Council! Our interview comes as Peg celebrates 25 years of service at RIT, and shortly after making a big announcement (read on to find out more)!
Do you know an individual or team of staff members who excel in the performance of their duties? Who foster collaboration, communication, and cooperation among their colleagues and university constituents? Who take an innovative approach to their job? In short, a staff person or team that has had a major impact on RIT? Please take a minute to share your stories of these outstanding staff!