Any state classified employee is eligible to serve on a CPC committee. If you are interested in joining a CPC committee, then please contact the respective committee chair.
Chair – Megan Skeehan
The Executive Committee sets the CPC meeting agenda, conducts monthly meetings, oversees budget and executive functions of the Council, and acts on behalf of the Council between regular meetings. This committee is comprised of members elected by the CPC to the positions of Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer.
Chair – Leah Bosch
The Communications Committee is responsible for disseminating information about the Council, University, and state classified employees. This committee explores means of communication and makes recommendations on the appropriate methods to use in various instances.
Employee Recognition Committee
Chair – Nancy Cowley
The Employee Recognition Committee oversees all aspects of Council awards. This committee keeps criteria and guidelines up-to-date, solicits applications and nominations, selects awardees, informs all nominees, nominators, and department heads when the selection process is complete, and publicizes the achievements of award recipients. Awards may be added or deleted by a majority vote of the Council.
Chair – Brian Gilbert
The Legislative Committee reviews and reports on legislation which may have an impact on the University community, especially when the impact on state classified employees is direct. This committee also reports information to and work closely with the Vice President for University Operations and the General Counsel.
Outreach Events Committee
Chair – Will Schwab
The Outreach Events Committee is charged with increasing the visibility and engagement of the Council and state classified employees at Colorado State University. This committee oversees the planning and execution of Council outreach and events, and the Council’s involvement with University events and service projects.
Work Life Committee
Chair – Kelly Hixson
The Work Life Committee is charged with researching, reviewing, evaluating and suggesting ways to improve the work lives of state classified employees.