Person to Person — October 2015

This page celebrates new appointments, promotions and transfers that took place this month at Carleton. Congratulations to all.

Professional Services Appointments

Kristy Allen has accepted the position of Purchasing and University Services Administrative Assistant in the Department of University Services.

Katherine Gardner has accepted the term position of Administrative Assistant in the Educational Development Centre.

Fiona Wright has accepted the term position of Art Gallery Education Assistant in the Carleton University Art Gallery.

Gorana Botic has accepted the position of Confidential Secretary and Assistant to the Chair in the Department of Psychology.

Kaitlin Barkley has accepted the position of Undergraduate and Departmental Administrative Assistant in the Department of Psychology.

Angela McCormick has accepted the position of Microfabrication Laboratory Technician in the Department of Electronics.

Roisin Holahan has accepted the position of Administrative Assistant, Major Gifts in the Department of University Advancement.

Stefanie Doucett has accepted the position of Communications Operator/Dispatcher in the Department of University Safety.

Gillian Alexander-Nelson has accepted the position of Employer Services Assistant in Co-op and Career Services.

Jamie Lee Davies has accepted the term position of Receptionist in the Office of the President.

On the Move

John Nelson has been promoted to the position of International Outreach Manager in the Office of the Vice-President (Research and International).

Robyn Green has been promoted to the position of BGINS Program Administrator in the Kroeger College of Public Affairs.

Geoff Brooks has been promoted to the position of Service Centre Representative for Facilities Management and Planning.

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