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Starr Albert
Starr Albert

It would be an honor to serve as a Staff Assembly Representative to share my love and passion for Winthrop University.  I graduated in 1978 and my school spirit is stronger now than ever! Changes are a big part of our lives in our cities, state, nation, communities, schools and universities and would like to serve as a representative to share ideas in this assembly with our new president and fellow coworkers.




Robert Dellibovi
Robert Dellibovi

I have served on a staff senate at a previous institution where we drafted a constitution and began breakout committees for employee wellbeing, so I have experience with a new assembly. I find pleasure in being there for those that I work with and would love to do anything I can to make sure that everyone’s experience working at Winthrop University is as good as it can be. I think a staff assembly is a great idea and I would love to be a part of starting something that can really be beneficial to the wonderful staff at Winthrop, not just in my department, but across campus. I promise to represent every staff member equally and will always listen, no matter what!




Jeanie Faris
Jeanie Faris

I look forward to the opportunity to grow with our campus as we begin the assembly and continue building relationships with the staff across our campus. Winthrop means a lot to me as a former graduate and now proud to be an employee. It is where I started on the journey to be who I am today and it will be fulfilling to be part of the voice to make this campus better for faculty, staff and students as we are all recruiters for Winthrop and the experience that it provides to all involved.




Julia Fockler
Julia Fockler

I am honored to be nominated to the slate of people being considered for a position on the Winthrop Staff Assembly. After being an employee at Winthrop for almost 10 years I would embrace working on a brand new project from its beginning implementation. I get great enjoyment from facilitating the sharing of information with others as I feel that I always learn something new on every project that I work. I have belonged to groups in my life’s journey that have engaged in the very same activities of this Assembly and I have always felt much reward. Whether it is providing individual support for someone in need, some type of community outreach or the mere social gathering of the group. I have always been self-motivated and willing to “get the job done” no matter what the process. It would be rewarding to share my gifts and talents with the larger Winthrop community.




Rose Guyer
Rose Guyer

I am excited to have a chance to represent my peers on the staff assembly. I feel I would be able to present the concerns and issues identified by my fellow workers for possible consideration and resolution. I welcome the chance to join others on campus to make Winthrop a better place to work.




Megan Rolf
Megan Rolf

As an Admissions Counselor it is necessary that I am open-minded and impartial. Analyzing problems and finding solutions are also an important skill that I utilize daily. Because I am usually the first person that students meet when applying to Winthrop University, it is absolutely necessary that I make a good first impression on both parents and students. This requires that I listen, subjectively evaluate responses and give answers that are clear and concise. In order to do this I must be knowledgeable about all departments and inner-workings of the university. I have developed valuable relationships not only at Winthrop, but in the community that have helped mean gain the knowledge and experience that I have needed to be an effective Counselor and leader. In closing, I feel that based on my familiarity with Winthrop and my skills as an advocate of the university, I would make a valuable unbiased asset and effective member of the Staff Assembly.




James (David) Rollings
James (David) Rollings

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Janelle Sealy
Janelle Sealy

As a Winthrop University Legacy and Alum, as well as a native of Rock Hill, my Winthrop roots are planted very deep. I would like to be considered as a staff representative to better serve my Alma Mater and the Winthrop community, to ensure that the staff members’ opinions and needs are being represented, addressed, and met. Maintaining a positive work environment of fulfilled staff members will, in turn, enable our Winthrop community to have a positive impact on the larger Rock Hill community and beyond.