Congratulations to Employees on New Leadership Roles
May 5, 2021
Announcement message from Rebecca Vilsack, Assistant Vice President, Information Technology Financials Systems & Interim Enterprise Application Development
As several of our University of Central Florida Information Technology team members transition to Knight Vision positions, opportunities have opened for others to shift to interim leadership roles. Please join me in congratulating the following colleagues who have chosen to temporarily take on new or additional responsibilities. I have the utmost confidence in each of them and look forward to seeing how they will shape our teams going forward.
- Manoharan Arumugam leads the Financials Support Services Application Programming management. His direct reports are Jay Holt, Carlos Chardon, and Hector Santos. He also will supervise an interim applications programmer IV when the position is filled.
- Chris Beaman now leads HCM/Faculty/CRM. Kristal Holmes and Robert Wynn report to him.
- Toni Lee continues to lead Reporting and will continue to have Gloria Martinez Mangual as a direct report,
The following individuals now report directly to me:
- Varsha Das joins HCM/Faculty/CRM/Reporting team management while also retaining her role in Financials Support Services. Her direct reports are Chris Beaman and Toni Lee.
- Ronald Mathews joins Enterprise Integrations and now manages this area. His direct reports are Jim Daniel, Christopher Krause, and Michelle Maraj.
- Dorann Mullins now manages the Financials Support Services team.
- Melissa Padula continues to manage the Student team and has taken on additional responsibilities such as the ERP Team Leads meeting.
- Marc Cassidy, Cam Dang, and Terry Wheeler remain in their previous roles but now report to me.
I would also like to personally commend all of you as you continue to provide excellent service and support to the university while adapting to multiple management changes and adjustments to your own roles.
If you have questions about the interim positions or how they affect you, feel free to reach out to me.