The Benefits Advisory Committee (BAC) is comprised of GW faculty and staff from various disciplines and departments across the university.
The committee's mission is to provide ongoing feedback regarding GW’s full range of benefits and programs to Benefits, thus supporting the goal of providing benefits that are competitive with the market and best meet the needs of both the George Washington University and its diverse employee population.
2023 Benefits Advisory Committee members:
Linda Briggs, Associate Professor of Nursing - School of Nursing
Joseph Cordes, Professor of Economics, Public Policy and Public Administration, and International Affairs; Co-Director, Regulatory Studies Center - Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration
Murli Gupta, Professor of Mathematics - Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Lisa Schwartz, Associate Professor of Biomedical Laboratory Sciences - School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Philip Wirtz, Vice Dean for Programs and Education for GW School of Business; Professor of Decision Sciences & Psychology - School of Business
Melanie Schroeder, Emergency Medicine Resident - Graduate Medical Education Resident
Nicole Campbell, Executive Director, Graduate Admissions and International Partnerships - Elliott School of International Affairs
Christine Gallagher, Research Project Director, STOP Obesity Alliance, Redstone Center - Milken Institute School of Public Health
Rachel Teplitsky, Director of Administration - Director of Administration - Development and Alumni Relations
Rose Dunnegan, Managing Director, Business Integration Group - Division of Safety and Facilities
Nonnie Mullin, Academic Department Administrative Supervisor, Antropology - Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Leslie Ward, Associate Director of Accreditation and Data – Graduate School of Education and Human Development
Please contact Janet Monaco at [email protected] with questions regarding the Benefits Advisory Committee.
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