Twelve University of Georgia staff members have been selected to participate in the third cohort of the Women’s Staff Leadership Institute:
"This program helps address a critical need to support women in their careers and guides them through particular issues they face in leadership,” Juan Jarrett, associate vice president for human resources, said.“Human Resources Training and Development strives to help the university community succeed and flourish in their diverse and varied roles, and the Women’s Staff Leadership Institute is a significant part of that effort.”
The cohort includes employees from seven units and five schools and colleges. The 2019 program runs April to November. Participants are meeting monthly to attend workshops and discussions.
The 2019 class includes Beth Woods, the executive director for the Office of Information Technology in the Franklin College. We are grateful for the leadership that our colleagues provide from around the university to promote the healthy and productive work environment that we all enjoy.