EMU regents approve 20 new staff
YPSILANTI - The Eastern Michigan University Board of Regents approved the appointments of 20 new staff at its regular meeting Nov. 15. Of the 20 appointments, 12 (60 percent) are females and eight (40 percent) are males. Demographics include 14 Caucasians (75 percent), one Hispanic (5 percent) and five African Americans (20 percent).
Staff receiving appointments are:
• Sandra Wagner, of Dexter, head women’s golf coach. Prior to her appointment at Eastern Michigan University, Wagner was assistant women’s golf coach at the University of Michigan from 2000-2005. She also is a golf pro at Miles of Golf-Kendall Academy in Ann Arbor. Wagner received her bachelor’s degree in business management from Ferris State University.
• Craig Capelli, of Ann Arbor, head women’s tennis coach. Previously, Capelli was director of tennis at The Chippewa Club from 2000-2005 and program director there from 1996-99. He received his bachelor’s degree in management from Eastern Michigan University.
• Douglas Bunce, of Ann Arbor, human resources generalist I, human resources. Bunce previously was a human resource representative with Manpower at the University of Michigan Health Systems in Ann Arbor from 2003-2005. Before that, he was a sales representative/department trainer with Sears from 1998-2004. Bunce received both his master’s degree in human resource management and organizational development, and his bachelor’s degree in psychology/business management, from Eastern Michigan University.
• Tasha Ring, of Ypsilanti, manager, regional admissions, admission off-campus outreach. Before coming to EMU, Ring was marketing manager at Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions in Cincinnati, Ohio. Prior to that, Ring was a leasing consultant with Nexus PM (The Drees Company). Ring received her bachelor’s degree in arts administration/marketing from Eastern Michigan University.
• Darin Taylor, of Southfield, campus police officer, department of public safety. Prior to EMU, Taylor was a police officer with the Detroit Police Department from 2004-2005. Taylor received his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Eastern Michigan University.
• Travis Temeyer, of Ypsilanti, assistant coordinator of construction projects, minor specialist alterations. Temeyer most recently had been in a student-training program with John Deere from 2003-05. Before that, he was an architectural technician with StruXture Architects in Waterloo, Iowa. Temeyer received his bachelor’s degree in industrial technology management from the University of Northern Iowa.
• Tina Robinson,of Ypsilanti, construction accountant, vice president for student affairs. Prior to coming to EMU, Robinson was a field account superviser for Barton Malow Company in Southfield from 2000-2005. Before that, Robinson was an account receivable/payable coordinator with James P. Ryan Architects & Associates in Farmington Hills from 1999-2000. She received her bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Phoenix in Southfield.
• Susan Sohn,of Farmington Hills, specialist, Office of International Students. Sohn has served as a graduate assistant in the Office of International Students in 2005 and as a graduate assistant in the office of the vice president for student affairs from 2004-2005. Prior to coming to EMU, Sohn was a program manager with Lawrence Technological University’s Manufacturing Academy of Plastic Sciences (MAPS) from 2003-2004. She received her master’s degree in industrial engineering from Purdue University and her bachelor’s degree in industrial administration from General Motors Institute in Flint.
• Raquel Huffman,of Northville, health and safety specialist, health safety administration. Prior to coming to EMU, Huffman completed a safety department internship with William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak. She received her bachelor’s degree from Ferris State University.
Other staff receiving appointments are:
• Alicia Doty-Densemo, of Belleville, senior secretary, students with disability services.
• D’Anne Hula, of Whitmore Lake, secretary II, biology.
• Shenika Young of Ypsilanti, customer service representative II, continuing education regional center-Detroit.
• Mohammad Abdul Sater, of Ypsilanti, fast food worker, dining services.
• Ashley Sullivan, of Canton, fast food worker, dining services.
• Kenneth Kopka, of Dundee, groundsperson; grounds, walks and roadways.
• Rebecca Maylone, of Osseo, fast food worker, dining services.
• Corey Baskin, of Belleville, academic support program specialist, Upward Bound Program.
• Christine Notis,of Belleville, research assistant II, biology.
• Kathrine Stahl,of Belleville, interior designer, physical plant office.
•Josehns Goncalves, of Ann Arbor, access services specialist, students with disability services.
Eastern Michigan University is a public, comprehensive university that offers programs in the arts, sciences and professions. EMU prepares students with the intellectual skills and practical experiences to succeed in their careers and lives, and to be better citizens.
Eastern Michigan University is a public, comprehensive university that offers programs in the arts, sciences and professions. EMU prepares students with the intellectual skills and practical experiences to succeed in their career and lives, and to be better citizens.
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