Achieving the mission and values of Lesley University requires an engaged community.
A voluntary group of faculty, administrators and staff whose mission is to
cultivate a learning environment, in all the programs, which acknowledges and
appreciates the inherent worth and dignity of every person. The Council fosters
sensitivity and mutual respect among members of the Lesley community, and offers
encouragement and support so that all individuals can strive to reach their
full potential. At the heart of the mission is a commitment to social justice
for all. To this end, the Council is dedicated to honoring and understanding differences
in all their dimensions. The Council believes in leveraging these differences
by addressing constructs of power and privilege which often result in
oppression, marginalization, and discrimination. The work focuses on retention
efforts of students, faculty, and staff, that support and encourage the
creation of a diverse community. The Council devotes efforts to inspiring and
maintaining a University environment that embodies the positive attributes of a
civil and just society.
A voluntary group of employees whose mission is to afford employees the
opportunity to congregate in a social manner in order to learn about employees
from all areas of the institution and provide a recreational component to their
work environment. The goal of the Committee is to build community, foster more
open communication and improve the quality of work life for the employees working
at Lesley University.
A voluntary group of non-faculty employees in job
grades 7 through 25. The responsibilities of the Council are to:
initiative between Lesley University and Tufts Health Plan, supported by a
committee with members from all levels of faculty and staff. The committee was
formed to develop, implement, communicate, promote, and support Lesley wellness
programs. WELLynx recognizes that the health and wellbeing of the Lesley
community is essential to the current and future success of the University, and
is committed to promoting health and wellness through a variety of
collaborative programs and services. Wellness is broadly defined and includes
multiple dimensions of health: physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social,
Composed of representatives from Finance, Human Resources, Legal and an at-large faculty/staff member. The committee is charged with the management and oversight of the Lesley University Retirement Plan, a 403(b) plan. It has a fiduciary responsibility to ensure that the Plan is managed in accordance with the Plan documents, and the Department of Labor regulations and Internal Revenue Codes that govern such plans. The ROC monitors the investment performance and associated fees for the Plan, and makes recommendations for changes as necessary.
Composed of representatives from each of Lesley University's academic colleges, Finance and Human Resources. The committee is charged with providing faculty and staff input into the decisions related to the design and pricing of the employee health and welfare benefit plan (e.g., medical, dental, vision, life and long term disability (LTD) insurance, etc.). Review benefit plan design changes, employee and employer costs and options for enhancing the overall benefits program and is also responsible for communicating committee discussions to and collecting feedback from their respective constituencies.
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