HR Governance

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UCSF Human Resources engages with clients to provide input, guidance and feedback on the strategic initiatives that drive our priorities in support of One UCSF.

About the HR advisory board

The HR Advisory Board advises the senior vice president/associate vice chancellor, Human Resources, on priorities, performance, and services to support UCSF’s talent management strategy. Input may identify gaps or improvement opportunities. Specifically, the board will be asked to:

  • Provide feedback on alignment of talent strategy with UCSF-wide goals and objectives
  • Review talent management and workforce metrics to identify enterprise talent management priorities
  • Review survey results and service partnership agreement data to identify HR service strengths and opportunities
  • Advise on new and/or anticipated customer needs
  • Provide input on communication approach to different teammate audiences and their needs

As part of governance group membership, stakeholders are asked to:

  • Attend meetings and represent their own and constituent feedback.
  • Ensure diverse perspectives are included in their feedback/input.
  • Gather input from colleagues/constituents to provide feedback and share back relevant HR Advisory Board issues and outcomes.

Current members*

  • Brooks Bigart, Council on Campus Climate, Culture and Inclusion
  • Clarice Estsrada, Executive Vice Chancellor & Provost's office
  • Stuart Heard, faculty representative 
  • Kelly McNeill, School of Medicine CAO
  • Erica Rajabi, Women’s Health
  • Cecilia Chang, School of Nursing
  • Becky Daro, Finance and Administrative Services
  • Eunice Stephens, School of Dentistry
  • Shay Strachan, Health Strategy and Affiliates Network
  • Eva Ihle, Academic Senate Representative
  • Shelby Dantzler, Information Technology
  • Alesia Woods, School of Pharmacy
  • Samantha Yee, School of Medicine
  • Human Resources: Corey Jackson, Jeff Chiu, Stephanie Collins, J. Michael Lane, Patrick McClain and Katharine Tull

*Members serve two year terms