Sylvia Hall named assistant vice president of administration at Binghamton University
Sylvia Hall has been named assistant vice president for administration at Binghamton University, State University of New York.
As the assistant vice president, she will lead a staff of 25 and have responsibility for the full range of human resources activities, staff training development and the University's payroll. Hall was formerly director of human resources.
“Sylvia’s promotion is a change both to recognize the importance of human resources within the organizational structure and to acknowledge her contributions in the role and to the University,” said James Van Voorst, Binghamton University’s vice president for administration.
Hall has provided leadership on a number of initiatives while at Binghamton University, including serving team leader for the HR Oracle system implementation, creating a variety of workforce development programs, and leading the team that was awarded the 1996 Governor's workforce champion honor. She is a sought after trainer and speaker and has served as a consultant on human resources issues to many state agencies.
Hall holds a bachelor's degree and a master's degree from SUNY Cortland and has worked in the SUNY system for over 33 years. She joined Binghamton University as the assistant director of personnel services in 1996 and in 1999, was promoted to director of human resources.