Promotes and coordinates annual PACE Elections process. Verifies eligibility and willingness of nominated individuals. Gathers and disperses candidate information to PACE members. Oversees voting and announces election results.
Coordinates PACE review of stage 2 policy drafts. Coordinates with University Policy Office related to the policy pipeline. Disperses policy drafts to PACE General Board for review. Gathers and compiles feedback from PACE General Board members and conducts a vote to accept feedback as PACE’s official comments. Submits official PACE comments to policy stewards and policy office.
I have been happily employed at Utah Valley University for over 20 years. I have received two Associate in Applied Science degrees, one Associate in Science degree and I am currently working towards my Bachelors of Science degree. During my 20 years of service, I have had the pleasure of working at the Utah Fire and Rescue Academy / Emergency Service department. I began as an Admin and worked my way up-the-ladder to an Assistant Director position. Since 2011, I have also had the opportunity to serve UVU employees as the PACE Policy Review Committee Chair. My career at UVU has truly been an exciting and rewarding journey.
On a personal note, I enjoy the outdoors tremendously – camping, snowmobiling, ice fishing and rhino riding are just a few of my favorite activities. My husband and I are lucky enough to have 14 beautiful grandchildren so when we get together it’s a PARTY!!
Coordinates PACE General Board involvement in discussions and communications related to university benefits. Attends monthly and ad-hoc University Benefits Committee, as called by the Benefits Office. PACE President and President-Elect/Past President also attend University Benefits Committee. PACE has two votes on the University Benefits Committee.
Corey W. Callahan came to UVSC in September 1996 from First Security Bank. In June 1999 he accepted the position of UVU Benefits Manager where he served until June 2010. As the UVU Benefits Manager, He also served as the chair of the UVU Benefits Committee and was at the forefront in moving UVU’s medical and dental plans from fully-insured to partially self-insured. Corey holds a certification from the WorldatWork Society as a Certified Benefits Professional (CBP) and is a member of the Intermountain Compensation and Benefits Association. As the PACE Salary, Benefits, and Equity Chair he is able to convey staff concerns and contribute to solutions with his broad knowledge of salary and benefits issues.
Corey grew up in American Fork and currently lives in Lehi with his wife and three children. He enjoys the outdoors, volunteering with the youth in his neighborhood, working around his home, and spending time with his family.
Promotes PACE programs for recognizing exemplary employees. In coordination with university leaders, and in accordance with university recognition policies and procedures, selects PACE Distinguished Employee Award recipients. Encourages peer recognition and selects recipients of Wolverine Sighting Awards. Coordinates with university divisions and departments to promote recognition programs and to provide meaningful awards to employees. Provides recommendations for programs to recognize great employees.
Sue Stephenson is a Career Employment Counselor with 13+ years’ experience helping clients connect their strengths, values and passions to career opportunities. She is known for enabling others to recognize and articulate their value in such a way that they impress even themselves. Sue loves helping students link their education to their employment and empowering students through knowledge and applied skills to create the life of their dreams. She has a teaching certificate and has taught in both the high school and university levels teaching College Success, Career & Major Exploration, Career Preparation for Biology/Biotech, and ballroom dance classes. Sue earned a Master’s degree from BYU, and is a professional resume writer and professional interview coach. She also serves as a club co-advisor, a mentor to students at UVU and to community members, teaching classes and offering career development trainings.
Sue has witnessed that it takes a team effort to educate a student and get them ready and empowered to follow their dreams and change the world. Many times these team members are unsung heroes yet they deserve to be recognized for their contributions and that is why she is passionate about chairing the Recognition Committee, helping the unsung to become a familiar melody running through the hearts and minds of UVU employees.
Maintains PACE Bylaws and Procedures documents. Aids PACE Committees and Senators in updating committee procedures, and performs at least an annual review of all procedures. Makes and receives recommendations for changes to PACE Bylaws, and explains Bylaws changes to PACE membership at the annual PACE General Meeting. Ensures PACE Executive and General Boards follow Bylaws and Procedures in all activities.
Lesli Baker was elected as the Bylaws and Procedures Chair in 2012. She has worked at the UVU Library since 1998 as a Reference/Instruction Librarian and as the Assistant Director – Public Services.
Lesli graduated from BYU with a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s degree in Library Science. She also completed a master’s degree in educational technology from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Coordinates and promotes involvement of PACE members with the university community and encourages social interaction between employees. Oversees various social events for employees annually. Encourages involvement of university employees in social and service opportunities.
Marianna is a study abroad coordinator in the International & Multicultural Studies department. She is a first-generation American; her family hails from Poland. She graduated from UVU with a bachelor's degree in Communication and is making plans to get an MPA soon. She enjoys singing, planning events, eating international foods, and traveling in the U.S. and abroad. She's married to Tom, an associate professor at UVU. Marianna thoroughly enjoys working with UVU staff, students, and faculty. She is thrilled to help PACE members get involved in their work community.
Provides tools and guidance for communications from PACE and PACE Committees with PACE membership. Maintains PACE web and social networking sites. Makes recommendations to PACE Executive Board on communication best practices.
Nathan Gerber has been the Director of Web Development Services at UVU since 1999 and has been a web solutions advocate specializing in helping departments build effective and productive web solutions. As technologies evolve, Nathan works with the UVU community to be a driving force in helping move their web systems in the right direction. With the web being a major component of communications in today's world, Nathan is unique positioned to leverage multiple channels and solutions in the efforts of PACE.
Promote and encourage PACE member involvement in the legislative process. Coordinate PACE legislative efforts with university legislative liaisons and efforts. Coordinate PACE legislative efforts with those of the Utah Higher Education Staff Association (UHESA).
I have worked in the Human Resource arena for over 20 years and have loved every minute of it. Five of the 20 years have been with UVU. Recently, I was just promoted to Employment Manager. I am fortunate to work with some amazing people "campus-wide" as well. The part I find most rewarding is when I can help employees find solutions and move forward in a successful way. Since 2012, I have also had the opportunity to serve UVU employees as the PACE Legislative Committee Chair.
On a personal note, I love spending time with my family and friends - especially my 5 wonderful grandkids. My hobbies include: landscaping and yard work; boating, and working out.
Promotes Staff Education and Staff Development Fund programs to employees. Gathers and compiles requests for funding. Selects funding recipients according to policies and guidelines. Coordinates budgets for Staff Education and Staff Development, including check requests for funding recipients, according to policies and guidelines.
Shalece Nuttall is currently the Advisement Trainer in the Advisor Training and Development department where she contributes to the professional and educational development of advisors, advising administrators, and students. She has been at UVU since 2003 working in various positions in the Woodbury School of Business. She spent five years advising Accounting, Business, Economics, Finance, Hospitality Management, and Legal Studies students. Shalece has a Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Instructional Design and Educational Technology, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Paralegal Studies.
Shalece has served as the Social Committee Chair 2008-10, and is currently serving as the Staff Education/Development Chair 2012-14. Outside of UVU Shalece enjoys spending time with her husband Blake and four children, camping, four-wheeling, hunting, fishing, and enjoying the outdoors.
Approves Service Leave requests by all employees according to university policy and guidelines. Compiles reports received about service performed by employees. Coordinates PACE service opportunities and projects. Coordinates with university scholarship offices on all details related to the PACE Scholarship program. Promotes PACE Scholarship to employees to solicit donations. Selects and recognizes scholarship recipients according to policies and guidelines.
David Phillips began to serve on PACE in July 2013 as the Service/Scholarship Committee Chair. He is the Bursar in the Business Services Department. David grew up in Farr West, Utah. He earned a BA in Accounting from Weber State University and an MBA from Utah State University. David is a CPA and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
David is married with six children and resides in Spanish Fork. As a family, they enjoy camping (travel trailer style) and ATV riding. They are active in their church and presently serve as Cub Scout leaders in their neighborhood. He has no problem admitting that he is a “Den Mother”.