The Employee Assembly ensures staff involvement and representation in non-academic and work-life matters, identifying concerns relating to staff and working with the university Administration to seek solutions.
The Employee Assembly consists of 29 members, representing the community of Cornell employees, and is committed to providing staff with a means of continuous involvement in the governance of the University. Working closely with members of the administration, the EA encourages higher visibility for employees as community members, more equal participation with faculty and students in the policy-making process, and an increased sense of community through shared responsibilities.
Staff Feedback Forums - 2020 Summer Series
Over the summer months, the EA will hold several focused 3-minute forums and other 60-minute open forums.
Current Structure of the Employee Assembly
Seats available now, recommendations for change, timeline and process for implementation
Employee Assembly Zoom Bomb Statement
Read the full statement from the Employee Assembly regarding a recent Zoom Bombing incident.
COVID-19 Virtual Staff Forums
View the latest virtual staff forums and transcripts related to the COVID-19 outbreak
Meet the LeadershipView All Members
Hei Hei Depew
Exempt Employee Representative At-Large
Karen Michelle Loparco
Graduate School, Law School, and Johnson School Representative
Jamie Rosner Duong
School of Hotel Administration Representative
Ellen T Miller
Research, Technology Transfer and Information Technology Representative At-Large
Rigel Frederick Lochner
Health & Safety Representative At-Large
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Employee Assembly Employee Welfare Committee
Reviews and recommends proposals and initiatives related to employee health and wellness, work/life, dependent care and family support, diversity and inclusion, sustainability, transportation, compensation and any other topic deemed relevant to employee welfare.More Information Apply Now