FY 2013 Executive Committee
From left to right: Joleen Gould, Secretary, W. Dennie Clemons, Chair,
Olga Garcia, Parlimentarian, Shawna Ridley, Vice Chair
The Executive Committee membership is composed of the EAC Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary, and Historian. The Executive Committee sets the agenda for all meetings, recommends changes in the EAC Organization Guidelines or procedures, and provides overall and general guidance and direction for the EAC. Additionally, the Executive Committee serves as an information resource and sounding board for the Chancellor on issues of importance to UT System Employees.
Executive Committee for Fiscal Year 2014:
JoAnn Rios, Chair (UT Health Science Center San Antonio)
Gerald Cleveland, Vice Chair (UT Medical Branch)
Tara Andrews, Secretary (UT Southwestern)
Ronnie Garcia, Historian (UT Pan American)
Ad hoc committees may be appointed to assist the EAC with its work. These committees may
include institution officers or employees who are not EAC representatives; however, the chair of the ad hoc committee must be a current EAC representative. The
organization and constituency of ad hoc committees will be determined by the nature of the task.
Mission: To connect all UT Campuses and employees and develop a culture of family under "UT"
Beth Payne, Cair
Ronnie Garcia, Executive Committee Sponsor
Workforce Satisfaction / Career Ladder
Mission: To empower the workforce to invest within themselves by way of a Career Development Plan in order to support and/or ensure satisfaction and retention when encountered with adverse effects of economic uncertainty and market volatility in relation to the industry of higher education.
Kimberly Coleman, Chair
Laurie Thompson, Co-Chair
Mission: To determine if an equitable standard of professionalism exists across all institutions.
Ryan Baldwin, Chair
Mission: To Identify lessons learn to improve the process of system
implementations and develop a best practices for future implementations. To reduce the impact and stress on Staff of a software change by having them properly prepared to insure a smooth successful implementation.
Rochelle Pena, Chair