As we proceed our deal with reaching Imaginative and prescient 2030, it’s important that we foster a
tradition that displays our values of outstanding care, distinctive accountability,
and distinctive outcomes. With this in thoughts, we’re happy to announce the next
management modifications within the Division of Folks and Tradition.
Dr. Rasha Qudisat has accepted the place of chief inclusion and variety officer (CIDO). She has
displayed excellent management and imaginative and prescient because the interim CIDO for the previous three
months. Her imaginative and prescient contains rising, nurturing, and sustaining an inclusive tradition
the place variations are leveraged to drive innovation and studying to satisfy the wants
of all of UVU’s communities. By her management, the Workplace of Inclusion has begun
designing a measurement system to develop focused, results-based programming to deal with
important points and higher present studying and innovation sources for instructional
plans and profession improvement. By constructing on current fairness, inclusion, and variety
work and adopting a bottom-up strategy, the workplace will increase assist for UVU’s communities.
We’re excited to see the collaboration throughout campus beneath her management. Dr. Qudisat
will report back to Marilyn Meyer, vp of Folks and Tradition, and can serve
as a member of the presidential cupboard.
Daniel Delgadillo is now the director of Tradition and Expertise and can report on to Marilyn Meyer.
Daniel will lead the creation and implementation of methods and applications that align
with the college’s mission, improve UVU’s tradition, and enhance the worker expertise.
He’ll proceed to guide the organizational improvement group and can now oversee
the workforce planning group, which is chargeable for recruitment and hiring.
Daniel is a seasoned chief who has labored at UVU for greater than 15 years. Concerning
this new function, he mentioned, “I am grateful for the belief given to me to guide a brand new crew
and form the tradition right here at UVU. As we attempt to be among the many best-in-state employers,
it can be crucial that leaders empower others and create a tradition of belonging.”
Please be a part of us in congratulating Rasha and Daniel on their new positions and tasks.
President Astrid S. Tuminez
Vice President of Folks and Tradition