Mission Statement

Part 1. The purpose of the forum is to foster a supportive, collaborative, and professional environment among employees. Key components include: 
  • Enhancing and identifying opportunities to improve communications campus-wide;
  • Providing professional development, community service, and social networking opportunities;
  • Cultivating an understanding of Ignatian values and how that impacts our work, pursuant to the College's mission and vision and the spirit of “magis.”
  • Gathering employees to discuss pertinent campus-wide issues and opportunities as they arise, and to address those in consultation with Human Resources

Part 2. All activities of the forum will be directed toward these purposes and duties.

Coming up soon!

Stress Management Lunch-N-Learn
Stress is a natural and normal part of life. We can't avoid stress, and, in fact, some level of stress is positive; it helps keep us motivated and productive.  Too music stress, however, can have negative physical, emotional, and cognitive consequences. This workshop will discuss ways to manage stress so that it doesn't manage you.
Join Michele Vinciquerra in Grewen Hall 411 from 12-1 p.m. on Wednesday, February 5. Space is limited, so please RSVP here.

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Each Friday, employees are encouraged wear jeans and contribute to the Jeans Friday fund. A $5 donation is suggested, but any amount, large or small, is appreciated!  At the end of each month, the Employee Forum dontates the funds to a worthy cause/charitable organization. Bring your donation to any member of the forum! ​Have a suggestion for a person, cause, or charity to support? Let us know here!

February cause: American Heart Association

A Phenomenal ‘Phin is someone whose excels in living out the mission, vision, and core values of the College. Our mission-based competencies are the desired skills, knowledge, abilities, and personal attributes that are critical to optimal performance in the Le Moyne work environment. Award Winners will be given a certificate of recognition from the Employee Forum and will be invited to a celebration with all recipients in the spring. ​

Do you know an employee on campus who exemplifies the Le Moyne dedication to cura personalis and/or magis? Who truly cares for the whole person, or is always striving to do better and be more? Nominate them today to be recognized for their efforts and dedication by the Employee Forum Executive Board and the Le Moyne community.

Phenominal Phin Form

Mission Based Competencies Chart



The membership of the Employee Forum will be composed of elected members representing multiple divisions across the campus community; with representation from both exempt and non-exempt employees. At least these positions must be fulfilled;

  • 2 Chairs
  • 2 Chair-Elects
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer

  • If possible, officials in the same position should be comprised of one exempt and one non-exempt employee.
  • Officials can serve no more than one term in the same position.
  • Chair-Elects are expected to move to the Co-Chair position for their second term.
  • Persons can serve no more than two consecutive one-year terms on the Executive Board.
  • New terms start at the beginning of each Fall semester.


Executive Board Members

  • Chair: Jeffrey Samuels
  • Chair: Annie Steve '17
  • Nicole Adams '02
  • David Alena '05
  • Courtney Case '17
  • Brooke Merrifield '17, MS '19
  • Jennifer Reddy '13
  • Elizabeth Scott
  • Daniella Vazquez '17

The employee forum is made up of representation from both non-exempt and exempt members of Le Moyne’s community.