The spring 2019 class of John Marshall Leadership Fellows has been selected.
The inaugural class of fellows will include 20 faculty and staff members, listed below in alphabetical order:
- James Baldwin, Accounts Payable
- Lacie Bittinger, College of Business
- Shawn Chinn, Housing and Residence Life
- Habiba Chirchir, College of Science
- Adam Dalton, College of Arts and Media
- Holly Dunmore, School of Medicine
- Rayshawn Eastman, Student Affairs
- Zach Garrett, College of Health Professions
- Kristen Lillvis, College of Liberal Arts
- Jessica Lowman, Institutional Research
- Kim McFall, College of Education and Professional Development
- Timothy Melvin, Academic Affairs
- Terri Moran, School of Pharmacy
- Leah Payne, University Communications
- Kelli Prejean, College of Liberal Arts
- Brittany Riley, School of Pharmacy
- Sabrina Thomas, Libraries
- Sandy York, College of Arts and Media
- Eric Wallace, Physical Plant
- Sharorong Zhang, College of Business
The new fellows program is intended to develop faculty and staff leaders across the university. The program is conducted annually during the spring term under the sponsorship of and administered by the Center for Teaching and Learning. Applications are accepted each fall for spring cohorts.
Each cohort is composed of a select group of faculty and staff interested in developing their leadership potential, learning more about university functions and policies, and collaborating as a team to address a current university issue.
For more information about the program, visit www.marshall.edu/leadership-fellows.