Congratulations to This Week’s Service Plan of Recognition Recipients

We are proud to name this week’s Service Plan of Recognition awardees for their extraordinary work as Chapman responds to COVID-19. Each staff and administrator selected embodies the dedication and integrity that continues to drive and strengthen Chapman University. 

For information on how to nominate employees, read this article about the New Service Recognition Plan.

This week’s recipients are: 

Olga Magana, front line manager, Sodexo

Olga has been one of our front-line managers that has done so much to keep the Chapman community going. She has been a key part of the task force planning and we appreciate all the work that she puts in every day. – Eric Cameron

Elena Marusak, instructional technology, IS&T

Sarem Yadegari, techhub manager, IS&T

Sarah Blake, instructional analyst, IS&T

Julie Johnson, instructional analyst, IS&T

Kimberly Welch, instructional designer, IS&T

While preparing faculty to teach remotely, one faculty member noted: “They were all exceptionally helpful, patient, knowledgeable and considerate.  You should be immensely proud of the work they have performed for the University.” – Helen Norris

Sandra Bacio, executive assistant, Office of Legal Affairs

Sandra has had to go into the office several times to reset computers and process paper documents to facilitate remote working for the legal team. – Janine DuMontelle

Kim Choi, assistant director of budget planning & systems, Budget Office

Kim’s assistance with financial analysis for the 2020-21 academic year has been extremely helpful as we navigate COVID-19.  – Crystal Barney

Farina Sullivan, budget analyst III, Budget Office

Farina’s assistance with financial analysis for the 2020-21 academic year has been extremely helpful as we navigate COVID-19.  – Crystal Barney

Crystal Barney, associate director of budget planning & Systems, Budget Office

Working long hours day and night, Crystal’s assistance with financial analysis for the 2020-21 academic year has been extremely helpful as we navigate COVID-19.  – Harold Hewitt

Marvin Soto, events set-up crew, Facilities Management

Maria Castillo, custodian, Aramark

Marvin and Maria are an integral part of keeping the Orange Home Grown Farmers Market open each weekend. Through their diligent work and warm demeanor, they are helping to ensure patrons are as safe as possible on campus during this difficult time.