Kathy Nesbitt, vice president of employee and information services, recently marked her first year at CU, and is undertaking organizational changes informed by her assessment of operations during that time.
Nesbitt has begun by announcing changes to leadership in Employee Services at system administration. Lisa Landis, associate vice president and chief human resources officer, is transitioning into a consultative role for the office. M. Scott Morris, chief human resources officer at CU-Boulder, will fill Landis’ former post on a temporary basis.
“Lisa has done a wonderful job over the years of improving outcomes for us,” Nesbitt said. Now, with the rollout of Elevate, CU’s upgrade to its finance and payroll systems, concluding, attention will shift to further improving efficiencies in Employee Services. Toward that end, more changes are expected in the coming months.