Human Resources celebrates recent graduates of leadership development program

group of people holding certificates
The spring 2022 graduates of the Professionals Program, sponsored by Human Resources, include employees from across the Augusta University enterprise.

Human Resources recently graduated their second cohort from their Professionals Program this semester. This program, designed for aspiring leaders at Augusta University and AU Health, offers an environment for engaging and informative opportunities for learning.

The 16 members of this cohort included:

  • Brittany Addison, Facilities Services Coordinator, Facilities Administration
  • Courtney Bentley, Faculty Support Services Specialist, Faculty Support Services
  • Rebecca Cirrillo, Operational Excellence Specialist, Operational Excellence
  • Meagan Clark, Administrative Assistant 1, New Student and Family Transitions
  • Crystal Corey, Manager, Internal Audit
  • Ashley Hall, Nurse Educator, Nursing Education
  • Jeff Hart, Lead AV Engineer, Information Technology
  • LaTisha Joiner, Coordinator for Student Organizations, Student Life and Engagement
  • Cynthia Long, Pre-access Service Representative, Patient Access Services
  • Stephanie Maciaszek, Provider Relations Specialist, Outreach
  • Janelle Mangrum, Program Manager 2, College of Nursing-Operational
  • Atavia Mitchell, Officer Coordinator, Study Abroad
  • Raoul Pacheco, Assistant Chair, Department of Art and Design
  • Eva Peeler, Charge Nurse, Ambulatory Pediatrics
  • LaTorya Ward, Registration Specialist, Registration Services
  • Teresa Young Pinheiro, Assistant Director, Academic Admissions

During the program, participants sat in for sessions on the following subjects:

  • Communicating Your Professional Presence
  • Understanding Your Emotional Intelligence
  • Managing Change
  • Managing Your Tasks and Time for Successful Project Management
  • Understanding Your Communication Style and Identifying Your Style Under Stress
  • Understanding the Business of Higher Education & Academic Medicine
  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace
Like Love Haha Wow Sad Angry
jag head
Written by

Augusta University Staff is a collection of talented writers, photographers, students and professionals; all working together to promote and support the amazing impacts and every day wins of Augusta University and the people that make up JagNation.

View all articles
jag head Written by Staff

Jagwire is your source for news and stories from Augusta University. Daily updates highlight the many ways students, faculty, staff, researchers and clinicians "bring their A games" in classrooms and clinics on four campuses in Augusta and locations across the state of Georgia.

graphic that says download jag mobile with icon buttons below that say download on app store and download on google play with a picture of a phone
Students smiling for a photo in front of the James Brown statue downtown.