Two receive PEC’s Distinguished Service Award
November 16, 2010Tweet
Binghamton University’s Professional Employees Council (PEC) recognized Nancy Boyd-Goff and Jennifer Hapgood as this year’s Distinguished Service Award winners at a Nov. 10 ceremony.
Boyd-Goff, associate director for Student Accounts, has provided more than 34 years of service to Binghamton University, participating in a wide variety of projects and job accountabilities. She has been a key figure in numerous system implementations and improvements on campus, including a major conversion of the University’s primary student information system. In addition, Boyd-Goff serves as the primary contact for the New York State Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC) and works closely with the Student Loan Service Center (SLSC).
Hapgood, assistant director for Residential Life, has been with Binghamton University’s residential services for more than five years. Hapgood oversees student residents and employees of two apartment communities. She also serves on the executive board and is president-elect of the Northeast Association of College and University Housing Officers (NEACUO). Through her role as a campus Safe Zone coordinator, she supports the campus mission of creating a safe, supportive and welcoming environment for all personal orientations. In addition to her position, Hapgood is enrolled in a full-time doctoral program that compliments her current work.
The Professional Employees Council (PEC) is the officially recognized organization of professional employees at Binghamton University. PEC consists of 26 elected members who represent the concerns and needs of our constituents via a calendar of regular meetings.