Chris Chisler Named Assistant Vice President for University Services
Posted: January 29, 2007 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am
Chris Chisler, who has been serving as interim assistant vice president for University Services since August 2006, has been selected as assistant vice president for University Services after a search process that considered more than 30 applicants.
Chisler succeeds John Spaldo, who was promoted to associate vice president for Operations.
“We are pleased Chris has accepted this position and look forward to the University Services programs growing and developing under her guidance,” says Spaldo.
Chisler has been at Mason since 1995. Before assuming the interim position, she was director of University Services since 1999. Her responsibilities focused on housing, dining services and the ID office. Her previous responsibilities also included setting the direction in security, laundry, the bank and credit union.
During this time Chisler chaired and served on various committees. With Facilities Planning, she co-chaired the planning processes for Liberty Square, Potomac Heights and the Northeast Sector construction projects.
As assistant vice president for University Services, in addition to her previous areas, Chisler will oversee the bookstore, Patriot Center, Johnson Center and Student Unions, Hemlock Overlook, Child Development Center, Print Services, Mail Services and other smaller contracts.
Chisler will have responsibility for and authority to affect strategic policies and plans for all University Services areas. She will continue to serve as
university ombudsman for non-academic issues, co-chair the planning
process for the next phase of student housing, and serve on the Capital Outlay
and Finance Committees, Johnson Center Policy Board, Auxiliary Enterprise Management Council, Human Resources Benefits Committee and other committees.
Prior to joining Mason, Chisler had her own management consulting business
for several years, specializing in design, construction and development areas.