Katie Turner, University Program Specialist
Katie Turner has worked in the Office of Faculty Governance in various administrative support roles since February 2011. She holds a master’s degree in gender studies from the University of Florida and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Stetson University.
Katie is currently a university program specialist and is responsible for logistical, programming and communications support for the General Faculty and Faculty Council, faculty elections, committee chairs, and chair and secretary of the faculty.
Katie may be reached at (919) 962-2146 or Katie_turner@unc.edu.
Lisa-Jean Michienzi, Executive Assistant
Lisa-Jean Michienzi joined the Office of Faculty Governance in August 2017. She formerly worked as an administrative support associate in the UNC Chapel Hill Research Labs of Archaeology and has a well-developed understanding of curriculum development, customer service and university systems management. Her knowledge of UNC enables her to understand and uniquely contribute to the needs of faculty, staff and students. In her spare time, she enjoys interior design, outdoor activities including camping, and hiking, and she is an avid animal lover.
Lisa-Jean is the first point of contact for the secretary of the faculty and chair of the faculty and handles correspondence and scheduling matters for those positions. She also manages the office’s budget, human resources and space management needs. She maintains the Campus Y reservation calendar. Lisa-Jean can be reached at (919) 962-7609 or email@example.com.
Kadejah Murray, University Program Associate
Kadejah Murray joined the Office of Faculty Governance as an undergraduate work-study student in 2014. She joined the team as a permanent staff member shortly after graduating this summer with a bachelor’s degree in sociology and women’s and gender studies. During her time at Carolina, Kadejah served as an intern for the Carolina Population Center and the Southern Oral History Program. As Moxie Scholar, she also interned at the Pauli Murray Project located at Duke University’s Franklin Humanities Institute.
Kadejah is currently responsible for committee scheduling matters, records management, ensuring open meetings compliance and assisting the university program specialist with Faculty Council and committee logistics. She can be reached at (919) 962-1671 or firstname.lastname@example.org.