P.O. Box 400228
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4226
- Megan K. Lowe
Organization & Committees
|Susan Carkeek||Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer||(434) 924-4475|
|R. Edward Howell||Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of the Medical Center, UVA Health System||(434) 243-9308|
|Colette Sheehy||Vice President for Management and Budget||(434) 924-3349|
|Melody Bianchetto||Associate Vice President for Finance||(434) 982-2347|
|Jim Matteo||Treasurer||(434) 243-0069|
|Gary Nimax||Assistant Vice President for Compliance and Enterprise Risk Management||(434) 243-8992|
|Barbara Deily||Chief Audit Executive||(434) 924-4110|
|Michael A. Gibson||Chief of Police, University of Virginia||(434) 924-8837|
|Marjorie L. Sidebottom||Director of Emergency Preparedness||(434) 924-8745|
|Megan Lowe||Assistant Vice President and Chief of Staff||(434) 924-1486|
|Chief Executive Officer, U.Va. Investment Management Company||(434) 924-4245|
|University of Virginia Foundation, Chief Executive Officer||(434) 982-4848|
Executive Vice Presidential Committees
Access for Persons with Disabilities:
The Committee on Access for Persons with Disabilities is charged with making recommendations for, and providing oversight to, projects designed to improve access for persons with disabilities to University programs and facilities. It will support the interests of persons with disabilities within the University Community and work to insure the University's compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. This charge includes actions which: eliminate physical barriers to University programs; provide information and services to persons with disabilities; and improve and oversee the quality of services to persons with disabilities.
Members: M. Wynne Stuart (Chair), Deborah Berkeley, Laurie Casteen, John Evans, Brad Holland, Richard Minturn, Melissa Oliver, Charles Tolbert, Rebecca White, and David Villiott.
Student Members: Emily Marshall and Ryan Deneault.
Ex Officio: Melvin Mallory, Robert Diamond, Kathleen O'Varanese, Darlene Scott-Scurry, Terry Tigner, and Robert Waite.
Accident Review Committee
The Accident Review Committee evaluates each crash in which an agency-owned vehicle is involved. After thoroughly reviewing all of the material concerning each crash, the Review Committee determines whether the crash was Preventable, Non-Preventable, or Incident, based upon the definitions of the criteria provided by the Department of State Police. After a crash is evaluated and classified by the committee, it is forwarded to the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for review and final disposition.
Members: Rick Schupp (Chair), Allison Grant, Maryann Gritmon, Justin Pickral, Will Shaw.
Ex-Officio: Debbie Hinton.
Arboretum and Landscape:
The Arboretum and Landscape Committee is charged by the Office of the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer with exercising broad general oversight of the University's landscape planning and its general condition, including its ongoing grounds maintenance programs. The Committee shall advise the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, through the Architect for the University, concerning all matters related to landscape and site development (including changes to the Landscape Master Plan and development of site design guidelines for new facilities). The Committee will review all significant landscape designs and make recommendations for alterations to areas within the University Grounds landscape and open space areas. At the end of each academic year, the Chair will submit a summary report of the committee’s activities to the Office of the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. The Committee usually makes an annual visit to Blandy Farm to consult with its resident Director regarding matters related to the State Arboretum and to make recommendations as may be appropriate. The Committee will administer the Seward Forest Fund to decide on the judicious application of its resources and to review an annual accounting of its financial status. The committee will also forward a nomination to the Office of the President each spring for the recipient of the Founders Day tree planted annually.
Members: Anna Towns (Chair), Richard Allen, Nancy Bertram, Tom Faulders, Kirby Felts, Erika Herz, Jill Krantz, Susan McKinnon, Elizabeth Meyer, and Carl Trindle.
Student Members: Chelsea DeWitt and William Chantry.
Ex Officio: Brian Hogg, Richard Hopkins, Mary Hughes, Jay Klingel, James Murray, David Neuman, and Patricia Romer.
Security and General Safety:
The Security and General Safety Committee shall receive suggestions and recommendations and submit each recommendation, if approved by the committee, to the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for improvement of sub-standard safety conditions in the various facilities of the University. The committee shall also encourage through educational channels, safety procedures to be practiced in the several activities of the University's everyday routine and recommend training programs for individuals in the University community. The committee shall review all matters concerning security and safety of the University, with the exception of those matters coming specifically within the purview of the standing Committee on Radiation Safety. At the end of each academic year, the Chair will submit a summary report of the committee's activities to the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.
Members: Marjorie Sidebottom (Chair), James Fitz-Gerald, Joni Louque, Elyta Koh, Ellen Missana, Edith Morris, Gay Perez, Kathleen Roy, Al Sapienza, Mary Anne Thompson, Daniel Steeper, and Kevin Wade.
Student Members: Meghana Kaloji and Arushi Kumar.
Ex Officio: Jason Bauman, Virginia Carter, James Fitzgerald, John Flood, Jonathan Monceaux, Claire Kaplan, Jay Klingel, Michael Gibson, Richard Schupp, Jeff Sitler (Executive Secretary), Charles Walcott, and Helen Wilson.
Pandemic Flu: The Pandemic Flu Committee is charged with appointing a pandemic coordinator and response team and incorporating it into existing emergency planning infrastructure as well as incorporating into the pandemic plan scenarios that address university functioning based upon various levels of illness in students and employees, and different types of community containment interventions. The committee will also address issues of mental health and social services to meet the needs of the college community during and after a pandemic. In addition, the potential for providing ambulatory care services during a pandemic needs to be studied. Satellite sites for ambulatory clinics need to be identified, evaluated, and plans for necessary equipment and supplies established. They will develop a continuity of operations plan for maintaining essential operations including payroll; ongoing communication with employees, students and families; security; maintenance; as well as housekeeping and food services for student housing. The committee will study and implement infection control policies and procedures that help limit the spread of influence on campus. They will also be charged with establishing communication plans with University Relations and ITC.
Members: James Turner (Chair), Anda Webb, Susan Harris, Marjorie Sidebottom, Sanford Feldman, David Ripley, Richard Kovatch, Angela Davis, Rebecca White, Lieutenant Vincent Jones, Officer Brian Del Vecchio, Christina Morell, Beth Hodsdon, Roy Crewz, Allison Anderson, Shirley Payne, Ralph Allen, Rebecca Brown, and William Petri.