In just over a year of being employed at the university Kelly Chadwick, CLAS Human Resources coordinator, has had five different supervisors. Even with such change in leadership she has still been able to excel and should be described as the poster child for adapting to change.
For her efforts, Chadwick is the recipient of the ‘Let Your Light Shine’ award for April. This Employee of the Month award is given by the CU Denver l Anschutz Medical Campus Exempt Professional Assembly (EPA).
Chadwick’s nominator noted that two supervisors for the department left the same day, and Kelly was able to step up and be the sole Human Resources (HR) coordinator and succeed in the position. She took initiative to develop resources in the central HR office and even developed processes and procedures to address everyday HR/payroll concerns that arose in the college.
The EPA ‘Let Your Light Shine ’Employee of the Month program kicked off in April 2012 to honor University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus employees who deserve special recognition for their outstanding efforts, which benefit both the University as a whole and those who come in contact with these individuals in the line of their duties Any exempt professional staff member at a director level or below who has been employed with the University for at least one year and is not a current member of the Exempt Professional Assembly Board is eligible. You’ll find the nomination form and more information on the EPA website.