Cohort 1 institutions can contact their institution’s Workday help desk on the Workday Support Services site for questions about Workday.
Steven Fulkerson, VP for Administration / CIO
Nathan Nolen, Project Director
Project Team Leads
David Glover, Technical Lead
Shannon Phillips, Human Capital Management Lead
Tara Smith, Finance Lead
Samantha Higgins, Change Management Lead
Marla Strecker, Student Administration Lead
Questions about Project One? Email the Project One team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to know more about campus-specific Project One activities? Contact your Project Coordinator!
|Shavawn Smith, AAS||Matt Brown, UADA|
|Ashley Smith, ASMSA||Brette Hughes, UAF|
|Charlotte Johnson, CCCUA||Bev McClendon / Robert Wilson , UAFS|
|Margaret Cotton, CJI||Chuck Jordan, UACCHT|
|Steven Person, UACS||Brian Keltch, UALR|
|Jay Parker, eVersity||Anissa Ross, UAM|
|Blake Cannon, PCCUA||Ronnie Wallingsford / Jim Bowling, UAMS|
|Lea Ramsey, UACCB||Willette Totten, UAPB|
|Stephen Wallace, UACCM||Charlette Moore, UAPTC|
|Melissa Cloud, UACCRM|
Change Champions assist in building awareness, promoting buy-in, and providing support to team members and end users impacted by the Workday implementation on their campus.
|Shavawn Smith, AAS||Bev McClendon, UAFS|
|Ashley Smith, ASMSA||Robert Wilson, UAFS|
|Suzanne Ward, CCCUA||Courtney Carder*, UALR|
|Cheryl May, CJI||Alex Becker, UAM|
|Stan Sullivant, PCCUA||Eric Balbo*, UAMS|
|Kim Whitten, UACCB||Will Smith, UAPB|
|Marla Matthews, UACCHT||Henry Brooks, UAPB|
|Rachel Mullins, UACCM||LaTisha Smith, UAPB|
|Brenda Miner, UACCRM||Jonail Landers, UAPB|
|Steve Person, UACS||Steve Lochmann, UAPB|
|Christina Miller*, UADA||Margaret Ellibee, UAPTC|
*indicates Change Coordinator for that institution.
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