Who is The Women's Advisory Committee for Support Staff?
The committee’s role is to voice staff issues, specifically those that relate to women support staff. The committee’s goal is to share information and provide a channel of communication between the Executive Vice President for Administrative Services and support staff.
What does The Committee do?
Identify areas in which the University could improve responsiveness to concerns from women and other support staff concerns, suggest alternative solutions for perceived problems, and represent support staff in all areas of the University
Recommend policies, programs, or procedures that impact women support staff employed at Michigan State University
Ensure a productive educational work environment (particularly in areas related to women's concerns), including general issues of campus climate and programs as they affect employees throughout the University
Alert the administration and recommend solutions for problem areas related to women support staff and other employees at the University
Serve as liaison between support staff employees and the University administration.