January 2011



Vanessa Powell and Malissa Webb  - Dining and Hospitality would like to recognize two deserving employees for January employee of the month.  Vanessa Powell and Malissa Webb spent a great deal of time over the pastHoliday break completing a very important projectfor the department.  Both ladies learned the Dining and Hospitality department's new food management software program, Computrition.  Vanessa and Missy spent three weeks researching, writing and inputting recipe information vital to the operation of this program.  They have both shown great pride and interest in their work on this project and now possess the knowledge of the Computrition program to help their co-workers                                                                          learn to use the program to the department's advantage.  Thank you Vanessa and Missy for your dedication. 



Don Masternak, Managing Director of Facilities Operations, has been nominated as the Facilities Operations Employee of the Month.  While Don makes many noteworthy contributions this nomination is to specifically recognize his graduation from the APPA Institute for Facilities Management.  APPA is a national organization for facilities professionals.  The Institute for Facilities Management is a four year (one week per year) intensive training program specifically designed for those who are dedicated to excellence in all aspects of facilities leadership in higher education.  Congratulations Don on graduation from the Institute! 





Carolyn Killewald  '04 is the office manager and horse show secretary at the Nancy G. Held Equestrian Center.  Her role at the Held Center includes planning events and projects, working with accounts receivable, purchasing, and serving as a liaison between the Center and its students, as well as community members and the faculty/staff of Albion College.  For competitions, she is in charge of coordinating competitors' entries and fees, issuing awards, and tracking results.  Carolyn's attention to detail, easy going nature, and knowledge of the horse world make her invaluable to her co-workers at the Held Center and an integral part of the Albion College staff.  Thank you, Carolyn, for everything you do – and we do mean everything!