SAC Elections Committee

The Elections Committee shall be responsible for organizing and monitoring the election process for the Council, as well as, planning an orientation program for newly elected Council Representatives. It is our mission to preserve the integrity of the election process by continuing to follow the guidelines as set forth in the Staff Advisory Council Constitution.

SAC Elections Committee Members
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Mission

The Elections Committee shall be responsible for organizing and monitoring the election process for the Council, as well as, planning an orientation program for newly elected Council Representatives. It is our mission to preserve the integrity of the election process by continuing to follow the guidelines as set forth in the Staff Advisory Council Constitution.

Objectives

A full list of nominees to serve as representatives in all management areas is essential. The Election committee will strive to increase involvement and interest in the election process for the Staff Advisory Council. Increasing representation within the two largest management groups, the School of Medicine and University Administration, will be one of our primary goals for the coming year. The committee has expectations that this will lead to an improved understanding of Council operations. The creation of a nomination sub-committee has been carefully reviewed and initiated. Appropriate constitutional changes have been introduced to assist with the objectives of the elections committee and nomination sub-committee.


SAC 2013 Election Results

Please join us in congratulating the following staff members elected to the Case Western Reserve University Staff Advisory Council (SAC) for a two-year term beginning September 16, 2013. An Orientation Breakfast will be held in their honor Tuesday, September 10, 2013. “It is an honor to be chosen by one's colleagues and this honor brings with it a responsibility to serve to the best of one's abilities.” – President Barbara Snyder

School of Dental Medicine
*Laura Huffman & Heidi McKee

Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences
Diana Fox, Rebecca Orenstein

School of Nursing
Matthew McManus & Pamela Collins

Academic Administration
Andrew Cruse, Tracy Wilson-Holden, Robin G. Kramer

University Administration
Dwayne Bible, Stephanie Corbett, Richard Cowie, *Timothy Eppich, Michael Kurutz, Jing Li, *Jennifer Loudiana, *James (Jim) Nauer, Michael Yeager, Robin Brown, Mischelle Brown, Sharon Burke, *Karen Gregor, *Theresa Grigger, Beth Jones and Martha Payne

*Denotes Re-Election for 2nd term

SAC Officer Elections

The CWRU Staff Advisory Council Elections Committee is pleased to announce Brinn Omabegho, Department Manager – Molecular Biology & Microbiology, as the newly elected Vice-Chair of the council. Her term of office will begin on the third Monday of September 2013. The Vice Chair is elected by the Council to serve a one-year term as Vice Chair followed by a one-year term as Chair.

Brinn Omabegho has served CWRU for 11 years. " I have a strong commitment to our university. I am honored to serve as SAC Vice Chair, as this will give me the opportunity to further support the missions of SAC and Case"

Her university service has included: Department Manager, Department of Molecular Biology & Microbiology Assistant Administrator for the Case/UHC Center for AIDS Research Administrator for departmental graduate student programs

Currently serving her second term on SAC as:

Representative, Diversity Leadership Council Liaison to the SAC Steering Committee, Community Service Committee, Staff Recognition Committee and Member of University Core Facilities Planning Committee

Brinn also volunteers as a Facilitator at Youth Diversity Summits at John Carroll University such as: Reviewer for Stop the Hate! Youth Speak Out! Essay contests; Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage

Congratulations Brinn!

Committee Meetings

Committee normally meets in Sears 670 conference Room on the second Tuesday of each month.

Events

Committee Members