University of Vermont

CHWB

Our Staff

The Center's administrative staff works (mostly) behind the scenes to ensure that our many services work smoothly.

  • Pam Alexander Pam Alexander

    Pam administers our Electronic Health Record system and has worked at CHWB since 2007. She has over 20 years of systems administration experience providing support to systems in Aerospace, Legal, Banking and Higher Education. She is a small scale farmer, tending chickens, horses, dogs, cats and a pet pig.

  • Sue Demasi Sue Demasi

    Sue is the Business Manager for the Center for Health & Wellbeing. She has worked in the Center since 2002 and previously in the UVM Student Loan office for 17 years. She is responsible for the Financial and Human Resource operations for the Center. Sue earned her Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from Lyndon State College.

  • Tricia Frazer Tricia Frazer

    Tricia is the Center's Business Support Administrator. She provides financial and administrative support to the CHWB Business Manager, and is a member of the UVM NCHIP Team (National College Health Improvement Project). Before coming to UVM, Tricia worked at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH, and Champlain College, in Burlington. She has two sons, one who is a UVM graduate, and one who is a graduate student at the University of North Carolina.

  • Jackie Hayes Jackie Hayes

    Jackie is the Administrative Assistant to the Director, Dr. Jon Porter, and joined the Center for Health & Wellbeing in the fall of 2013. With her degree from UVM, she has been employed by Plymouth Rock Assurance in Boston, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and Vergennes Elementary. In any spare time that she has, Jackie enjoys practicing yoga.

  • Lori Abbott, BSW Rob Ryan

    A self-described "Technology Utility Player" Rob came to the CHWB in 2000 from the University of Washington in Seattle. His background includes grantwriting, software development, and (!) bloodmobile-driving. At UVM he ensures that technology supports the overall goals of the Center for Health & Wellbeing. Rob keeps chickens, reads a lot, and has notably eclectic taste in music. He has seen Nirvana play "Safety Dance," and favors a good hotdog in Reykjavik.

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