Diversity and Inclusion

 
A&P Diversity and Inclusion

Mission

Administration and Planning strives to keep diversity and inclusion at the forefront of our leadership agenda and work collaboratively to develop programs, policies, practices, and initiatives that reflect our commitment to building a diverse workforce and creating an inclusive work environment.

Vision

We value, celebrate, and leverage our differences to inspire an environment of innovation and creative problem solving to meet the needs of our students, faculty, staff, patients, customers, visitors, communities, and other stakeholders.

Goals

Workforce Diversity - Build a diverse, qualified, and high-performing workforce that is reflective of our university community, by drawing from all segments of society.

Workplace Inclusion - Cultivate a flexible, collaborative, and inclusive work environment that leverages diversity and enables all individuals to contribute to their full potential.

Sustainability - Develop an infrastructure, programs, policies, and strategies to equip leaders with the ability to manage and leverage diversity, be accountable, measure results, refine approaches, and institutionalize a culture of inclusion

DICE - Diversity, Intercultural, and Community Engagement

Roll the DICE with A&P – gain valuable leadership and diversity skills. A&P staff can earn an annual certificate by completing five DICE-approved activities in the categories of education, service and reflection. Track activities in BuckeyeLearn and complete a reflection survey to qualify.

We can help you grow personally and professionally while embracing Ohio State’s culture in as little as 30 minutes per month throughout the course of a year.

Resources

  • Learn More - Learn more about the DICE program, focusing on diversity, social justice, service, and leadership.  Read about the benefits and track your activities across three categories: education, service and engagement, and reflection.
  • Get Started - In BuckeyeLearn, track your five activities, do a reflection survey, and request your certificate.
  • DICE Events - Take part in a wide variety of DICE events available on the Student Life Multicultural Calendar.

Questions? Please email A&P HR's Katina Landgraff.

 

 

Council Members

 

Name & EmailPhone
Laura Stehura, Chair/Chief Diversity Officer
A&P HR Services
614-292-6589
Eric CifernoStatistical Information Specialist
UniPrint
614-292-2000
Phillipa DavisAdministrative Associate
TTM CABS
614-292-6195
Kent Halloran, Safety Engineer
FOD Environmental Health & Safety
614-292-5529
James Jackson, Public Relations and Mktg Manager
A&P Communications
614-292-5282
Najette KanounFacilities Engineer
FOD Facilities Support
614-292-0259
Kevin KoestersSr Project Manager
FOD Medical District
614-293-0514
Mike LylesManager-Facilities Management
FOD Academic District
614-688-4225
Aaron Moore, Program Coordinator
A&P Senior VP Admin
614-514-5911
Luther Nolan, Groundskeeper
FOD Landscape Services
 
Casey ParisRadio Traffic Coordinator
WOSU Public Media
614-292-9839
Johnna SellsDispatcher Superintendent
DPS
614-688-2937
Marie TullidgeReal Estate Coordinator
PARE
614-292-5924

 

Ohio State D&I News

Displaying 1 - 3 of 3
January 14, 2019

Jan 24 - 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. - Longaberger Alumni House

Lunch & learn event with Psychiatric Counselor Jodie Leister, who will lead an Emotional Intelligence skill-building session. We all know people that just seem to have everything figured out. They are calm and collected, able to set...

December 31, 2018

Feb 13 - 7p to 8p - Mershon Auditorium
Ta-Nehisi Coates is a distinguished writer in residence at New York University's Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. He is the author of the bestselling books " The Beautiful Struggle , We Were Eight Years in Power" and " Between...

December 18, 2018

You may have heard the quote, “Find a job that you like and you won’t work a day in your life.” Now, a group of Administration and Planning staff is gathering feedback in an effort to further enhance your workplace environment.

Last month, 13 A&P employees took part in...