I serve as the Project Administrator for the Fox School Strategic Planning Task Force. I collaborate on an elite committee determined to implement cultural, structural, and functional change throughout students, administration, faculty, and staff of about 11,000 in the Fox School of Business. I first served as Undergraduate Representative for 5 months before being requested to become the Project Administrator and work closely with Director of Strategic Planning and Dean’s Office to supervise all members, Steering Committee, and project deadlines and deliverables. While serving, I have developed an organization flowchart for all ~1,000 faculty, staff, and administration of the Fox School of Business as well as PowerPoint Presentations that have been presented to the Temple University’s Board of Trustees and the Fox School’s Board of Visitors.
This was closely related to my MIS major specifically within the Digital Solutions Studio class. I would attend class on Monday, and we would learn what and who a stakeholder was and what role they served within a project. Then on Wednesday, I had Task Force meetings wherein the first meeting, we actually conducted a stakeholder analysis of the Fox School of Business. This is one example of the many times my curricular and co-curricular experiences collided to further my understanding of a subject.