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Compensation Task Force

About the Task Force

At their March meeting, Longwood's Board of Visitors passed a resolution creating a Compensation Task Force charged with developing an action plan to make the university more competitive in hiring and retaining outstanding faculty and staff.

The board resolution, which was passed on March 31, recognizes "the lack of competitiveness of faculty and staff compensation [as] the greatest threat to the future success of the university." The Compensation Task Force will be exploring short-term and long-term solutions to address compensation issues.

 

Task Force Membership

  • Marianne Radcliff
    Board of Visitors, chair
  • Stephen Mobley
    Board of Visitors
  • Paul Barrett
    Dean of the College of Business and Economics
  • Larissa Fergeson
    Chair of the Faculty Senate and Associate Professor of History
  • Keary Mariannino
    Chair of the Staff Advisory Committee and Administrative Assistant to the Dean of the Greenwood Library
  • Michelle Meadows
    Associate Athletics Director for Student-Athlete Enhancement and Senior Woman Administrator
  • Bryan Rowland
    Vice President for University Advancement
  • Derek Taylor
    Faculty Representative to the Board of Visitors and Professor of English

Facilitating the work of the task force will be Lisa Mooney, classification and compensation manager, and Tracy Nelson, assistant vice president for financial operations.

 

Task Force Report

Download / View the Compensation Task Force Report (pdf)



All faculty and staff are encouraged to provide input to the task force about compensation issues, either in an email sent directly to any or all members or anonymously via the comments form above.

All comments posted through this site will be submitted anonymously to the task force.

 

Board of Visitors Resolution

“Whereas the Longwood University Board of Visitors recognizes that the lack of competitiveness of faculty and staff compensation constitutes the greatest threat to the future success of the University, be it resolved that the Board will convene a Compensation Task Force comprising Board members, faculty and staff to create an action plan to make Longwood more competitive in hiring and retaining outstanding faculty and staff. The plan will explore short-term and long-term solutions to address compensation issues. The members of the task force will be named and begin their work immediately, and will present the action plan to the full Board of Visitors no later than the end of the fall semester.”
[March 31, 2012]