Office of the Senior Vice President
c/o Mary Anne Mahin
VP and Chief Human Resources Officer
Washington, DC 20057
Phone: (202) 687-2440
Task Force on Staff-AAP Organization
Appointed by Spiros Dimolitsas, Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, in late 2009, the Task Force on Staff-AAP Organization was comprised of Georgetown University staff and Academic Administrative Professionals (AAPs) from the Main Campus, Medical Center, Law Center, and University Services, and Mary Anne Mahin, Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer, who served as co-chair of the Task Force.
The purpose of the Task Force was to develop and recommend the structure for an organization to represent Georgetown University non-union staff and AAPs so that their views and interests may be considered, alongside those of faculty and students, in the conduct of institutional affairs that affect life in the workplace and in the advancement of the University's mission.
In December 2011, the University Executive Committee approved a recommendation for a Staff-AAP Organization and the work of the Task Force was completed. An election committee was formed to run the inaugural election in June 2012 for the university's first Staff-AAP Advisory Council.
2012 Staff-AAP Advisory Council Election
View the June 2012 Election Results.
For more information on the election, see the Staff-AAP Advisory Council 2012 Election site.
Election Committee Members
Brian Boston, Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship
Aurilla "Dee Dee" Fusco, GULC Office of Advancement
Diana Kassar, School of Medicine
Clare Ogden, School of Foreign Service
Francis Schemel, SJ, Human Resources
Michael Smith, Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Affirmative Action
Melvin Wylie, GULC Facilities Department
To contact the Election Committee email email@example.com.
2012 Town Hall Meetings
Georgetown staff and AAPs are invited to attend one of the following four Town Hall Meetings to learn and ask questions about the recently approved recommendation for a Staff-AAP Advisory Council, this June's inaugural election, and the criteria for running for a council seat: