The Spring Danforth Staff Council Town Hall will feature the following speakers:
Legail Chandler, vice chancellor for human resources – HR updates
Legail is responsible for all aspects of Human Resources for the University, including development and implementation of policies and procedures, evaluation and standardization of benefits and compensation, and advancing the mission of the University. She also oversees the University child care services.
Emily Page, employee wellness senior manager – Wellness update
Emily has almost two decades of experience working in higher education as a health educator, wellness coach, team manager and program developer. She directed programming for the Wellness Center at Rice University in Houston, focusing on the needs of undergraduate and graduate students. Emily arrived at Washington University in St. Louis in 2014 to be an advocate for employee wellness. She manages the Wellness Connection team and guides the growth of strategic initiatives across every campus. Emily enjoys dancing, reading, watching movies, eating interesting foods and watching her young son grow. She ran her first 5k at the age of 40 and is learning how to live mindfully.
Henry S. Webber, executive vice chancellor and chief administrative officer – MyDay update
Mr. Webber serves as the university’s chief administrative officer and oversees facilities, campus planning, capital projects, information technology (joint with the provost), campus security, operations, off-campus real estate acquisition and development, human resources, sustainability, communications, and a variety of other administrative and external affairs areas.
Lisa Owens, project administrator, and Greg Parrott, director of resource management – Purchasing and discounts
Resource Management is the umbrella unit at Washington University in St. Louis under which Purchasing Services, WUSTL Marketplace, Mail Services, Supplier Diversity and Furniture and Design Services reside.