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Corey Jackson, JD
Chief Human Resources Officer, UCSF
Associate Vice Chancellor, Human Resources, UCSF
Senior Vice President, Human Resources, UCSF Health

Corey oversees all talent management and human resources functions across UCSF’s academic, research, administrative, and clinical departments, partnering closely with Academic Affairs to support the academic life cycle. As Chief Human Resources Officer, Corey leads efforts to attract, develop, and retain the diverse talent necessary for UCSF to be the world's preeminent health sciences innovator.

Corey’s background encompasses health care, government, law, sports, diversity, equity, and inclusion. The common thread in Corey’s work over the years: his commitment to creating opportunities that help people have better lives. Before joining UCSF, Corey was Executive Vice President – Chief Talent Officer at Parkland Health & Hospital Systems in Dallas, Texas.

Prior to Parkland, Corey was Vice President for Compliance, Diversity and Ethics at George Mason University, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), and a legislative counsel for the U.S. House of Representatives.

Corey holds a juris doctor from the University of Miami, School of Law and a bachelor of science from Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University.

Corey is a member of the United States Supreme Court Bar and Maryland State Bar, Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI) and Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM). Corey is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and also is a Certified Compensation Professional (CCP), Certified Benefits Professional (CBP), and Certified Diversity Professional – Diversity Training University International. He is affiliated with World at Work – The Total Rewards Association, and the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).

Jeffrey Chiu
Vice President, Human Resources, UCSF Health

Jeffrey is responsible for driving strategic and operational human resources initiatives to carry out UCSF Health's mission, vision and goals. He oversees talent acquisition, compensation, onboarding and HR operations, employee and labor relations, benefits and leave of absence administration, human resource information systems, occupational health services, workers' compensation, ergonomics and disability management, outreach and diversity, workforce planning and contingent/temporary labor.

In his 18 years working in human resources at UCSF, Jeffrey has held many different roles with increasing responsibility moving from an individual contributor to supervisor, to manager, up to his current role as the executive leader. He began his career as a temporary Recruiting Assistant with UCSF Stanford Health Care, was hired as a permanent employee within a few months, and has been with the organization through its transition from UCSF Stanford Health Care to UCSF Medical Center to UCSF Health.

Jeffrey grew up in New Jersey and attended Rutgers University, receiving bachelor's degrees in Marketing and Psychology and a master's degree in human resources management.

Cynthia Lynch Leathers
Assistant Vice Provost, Academic Affairs

Cynthia Lynch Leathers leads the Office of Academic Affairs and Faculty Development and Advancement with responsibility for the overall management of academic personnel activities for the UCSF campus which includes 2,800 faculty, 900 other academics and 3,500 volunteer professors in four Schools. She provides leadership, training, and guidance in the development and implementation of policies and procedures relating to academic personnel. She advises campus leadership, Schools, and Departments on academic personnel policies and procedures, including compliance with compensation policies and faculty disciplinary processes. She represents UCSF on UC system-wide committees and task forces and oversee campus-wide faculty development and advancement initiatives that arise from the Campus Council on Faculty Life.

In her 24 years at UCSF, Cynthia has also held Academic Personnel and Human Resources positions in the Departments of Medicine and Radiology.

Cynthia holds a master's degree in health service management from Golden Gate University and a bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan.

Jenny Schreiber
Assistant Vice Chancellor, UCSF Human Resources

Jenny Schreiber leads HR Shared Services and Specialty Centers for the UCSF campus providing human resources services to close to 20,000 faculty, non-faculty academics, postdoctoral scholars and staff. She oversees the full spectrum of strategic, consultative and transactional HR services to support UCSF as the world's preeminent health sciences innovator. This includes talent acquisition, onboarding, compensation, HR transactions, benefits, disability management and leave of absence administration, workers' compensation, employee and labor relations, Faculty and Staff Assistance Program, and human resource information systems.

Jenny has worked at UCSF for 18 years in a variety of HR roles, including as director of HR Shared Services. Previously, she held HR leadership, management and generalist positions in the Department of Medicine, the School of Medicine Dean's Office Academic Affairs, the Diabetes Center, Campus Human Resources and the UCSF Medical Center.

Jenny holds a bachelor's degree in Psychology from UC Santa Cruz.