ATHENS, Ohio (Oct. 10, 2005) -- Phyllis Moody was honored at the Classified Senate September meeting as Ohio University's Classified Employee of the Month for September 2005. Moody, who has been with Ohio University for six years, is an administrative associate in the Office of Education Abroad.
Moody was nominated for the award by Anne Molineu, who commended Moody for her responsibility for the two largest events hosted within her department each year. Not only does Moody organize all aspects of the two occasions, but she is always the first to arrive and the last to leave, Molineu said. Moody is also in charge of the busy front office where she exhibits patience and skill to ensure that all visitors are helped.
With the rapid growth of the Office of Education Abroad and the increased service demands, Moody is proud of her ability to continually keep up with the increasing workload. She is also proud to be working in an office with a global perspective. Outside of the office, Moody received her Certified Professional Secretary Certification this past May and is president-elect for the International Association of Administrative Professionals, Athens Chapter. Her dream job is "one in which I am able to make a difference," Moody said.
This monthly award is made based on nominations submitted by members of the university community for any classified employee who is setting standards for excellence and innovation by promoting unity, community, continuity and visibility. Award winners show outstanding individual achievement, contribution, innovation and performance of their jobs. The nomination form is available online at www.ohiou.edu/csen/EOTM.HTML or can be obtained by contacting Billi Jo Reeves at 593-2158 or email@example.com.
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