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Employee Recognition Program

Employees of the Year

2010
Lacie Doyle
Lacie Doyle
Program Management Specialist
Student Affairs
The President's Office is pleased to announce that Lacie Doyle, Program Management Specialist in the Student Affairs Office, has been selected as the Employee of the Year for FY 2010! Please join us in congratulating Lacie on this impressive award.

Lacie began her career with Salisbury University in September 2006 as an Administrative Assistant II in the Office of Student Affairs, and currently holds the position of Program Management Specialist. In July 2009, Lacie was selected by the Employee of the Month Selection Committee as the Employee of the Month for her dedication to her job and the students at Salisbury University, and for her great work ethic. She was nominated by Dr. Ellen Neufeldt who, in the nomination letter, shared that after retirement of the executive administrative assistant, Lacie 'not only volunteered to take on additional duties, she did so with a positive and can-do attitude.' Lacie's additional duties included assuming significant administrative responsibilities for the Allenwood Housing Project work. This project involved months of detailed scheduling, taking and disseminating minutes of day-long meetings, coordinating schedules among the University system, and developer, and arranging all of the meeting set ups. The project added hours of complexity to her daily work.

More recently, Lacie played a significant role in this year's successful Honors Convocation. Her leadership and attention to detail helped all involved to stay on script and on track.

Through all the extra work and effort, Lacie has been a shining example of productivity, service, and great attitude while ensuring the best for SU students. Employees like Lacie Doyle help Salisbury University to earn our reputation as A Maryland University of National Distinction.

Congratulations Lacie, and thank you for all you do for SU and our students.
 
 
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