CofC Staff Advisory Committee Announces New Executive Officers

Campus Updates

The College of Charleston Staff Advisory Committee to the President announces its newly elected executive officers.

In addition to welcoming its newest members, the College of Charleston Staff Advisory Committee to the President (SAC) is excited to announce its newly elected executive officers.

The newly elected SAC Executive Committee officers are:

  • Chair: Lindsey Copeland, Institutional Advancement*
  • Vice Chair: Brittany Denis, Information Technology
  • Secretary: Kait Lamontagne, Center for Student Learning*
  • Treasurer: Carolyna Ramirez, Business Affairs*

*second year reelection

“I am very excited to continue to work with such an incredible group of people and so grateful that they put their trust in me as their leader,” says Copeland, senior director of analytics and database management. “I cannot wait to see what we accomplish this year.”

Hosting several events throughout the year – including the annual Celebration of Staff where staff accomplishments are celebrated and the recipients of the annual Staff Awards are announced – SAC represents employees across all units of the College, including approximately 1,000 full- and part-time exempt and non-exempt staff members.

RELATED: Find out all about the 2024 Staff Celebration Lunch and Staff Awards Presentation.

The purpose of SAC is to advise the president about staff opinions concerning matters of importance to the staff and institution, to receive the president’s requests for advice and counsel regarding matters relevant to the staff, to increase awareness of the staff’s contributions to the College, to promote the recognition of outstanding staff and to advocate for ongoing initiatives supporting employee success and well-being.

SAC values the unique perspectives, backgrounds and experiences of all College of Charleston staff and aims to provide representation from all areas of the College to support an inclusive workplace that inspires excellence and innovation resulting in a thriving staff community.

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