Ariana Rivera & Joycie Yu, Updates Team in DMATS

Kudos to Ariana Rivera and Joycie Yu, who have been working with the Updates team all summer! Their willingness to take on different data cleanup projects (and get through them amazingly fast) has made a huge difference, not to mention their day-to-day help with updates requests received and processed. Thank you so much!

– Lisa Marker, DMATS (Data Management and Advancement Training & Support)

Jayme Jack, Regional Advancement

Jayme is always an incredible team player but this week, she was especially so in helping me pack and ship materials for the 20 (!) football viewing party sites. I couldn’t have finished this large project without her extra set of hands and willingness to get
pompom debris on everything. Thank you, JJ!!

– Catrina Dagostino

2016 Fiscal Fling Committee

This year’s Fiscal Fling Committee did a great job and we’d like to thank all of them for taking on the olympic task of creating a fun-filled party for all of us – thank you!

  • Sarah Egan
  • David Houk
  • Jennifer Langston
  • Savannah Ledgerwood
  • Cailean McWhorter
  • Courtney Seely
  • Guy Schoonmaker
  • Maya Trachtenberg
  • Vuong Tran

Erin Bailey-Sun, Alumni & Constituent Relations

Thanks to Erin Bailey-Sun, the UWAA/ACR team and everyone across campus who produced and attended the Mighty Tieton Block Party. The success of Mighty Tieton wasn’t just the content, it was the partnerships and collaborations across the University that made it so great. These partnerships include the School of Art, Foster School of Business, Human Centered Design and Engineering, the College of Pharmacy, the College of Built Environments, CoMotion, The College of Architecture, College of Arts and Sciences, and the Libraries.

– Grant Kollet, Alumni & Constituent Relations

Chris McEwen, ATS & Barron Cato, PMRA

Kudos to Chris McEwen and Barron Cato for jumping in at the very (and I mean VERY) last minute to participate in the ‘Planning a Killer Event’ panel discussion at this year’s Engagement Summer Session. They provided interesting and useful insight into managing event data, migrating to Cvent, and modeling and analytics for event data. Without their contribution the ‘data’ portion of this presentation would have surely devolved into 30 minutes of me grumbling about ADVANCE.

– Mike Visaya, Information Management (Advancement Services)