Charlotte Honeycutt Elected Vice-President of UA Staff Advisory Council
School of Landscape Architecture and Planning administrative associate, Charlotte Honeycutt, was elected Administrative Vice-President of the UA Staff Advisory Council (SAC).
The University of Arizona Staff Advisory Council exists to foster and enhance communications between the 5,300+ classified staff and the University community; to provide a forum for discussing and defining the role of classified staff in the University; to represent and advocate their concerns within the University community and statewide; to serve as a resource for inquires and requests; to advise and make recommendations on existing and proposed University policies and procedures; and to ensure inclusion of classified staff on University committees.
Charlotte has a background in business finance, business management, event planning and administration. She has been a Seminar Coordinator at the Department of Chemistry/Biochemistry, an Accountant for the UA HealthCare Partnership, with the Business Office at the Campus Rec Center, and is currently the Administrative Associate to the director of the School of Landscape Architecture and Planning at the College of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture.
She serves on several University of Arizona committees:
- Executive Committee for the UA Commission on the Status of Women
- Chairperson for the Young Women's Empowerment Academy
- Staff Advisory Council (SAC) representative for the College of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture
- Legistative Advocacy Committee Chair
- Campus Recreation Advisory Board Committee Chair