Welcome to the CUPA-HR New York Metro Chapter.  We are looking forward to another outstanding year filled with programming, knowledge-sharing and networking. We welcome the participation of all HR colleagues in institutions of higher education in the New York metropolitan area, and invite you to contact any Board member for additional information.

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CUPA HR NY Metro Chapter Fall Program
September 26, 2019 @ LIM College
12 East 53rd Street | Between Madison and 5th
Facilitated by Lisa Conza, Gallagher

Thursday, September 26, 2019| 8:30 AM-12:00 PM

When It’s Time to Change You’ve Got to Rearrange

Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. Be sure to bring ID with you for check-in at the front desk.

In a climate where “change is the only constant,” what’s an HR function to do? We must learn to translate the ideology of strategic planning documents into executable action plans in order to intentionally arm our institutions with the data, insights and actionable planning tools that help the community weather the tides of change.

Let’s talk about:

HR’s role in the success of the institution
Creating a deliberate campus community
Intersection of Employee and Student needs
Measuring outcomes and accountability
The imminent talent crisis in higher ed (The Silver Tsunami)

While we will cover the topics mentioned above, please come with any topics that you’d like to discuss as well!

Presentation and discussion will be facilitated by Lisa Conza, a Higher Education Practice Leader from Gallagher. In addition, we will kick off the event with a presentation on Engagement led by Sujata Malhotra, Past President and current Eastern regional CUPA board member as well as Michelle Fullem, Eastern regional CUPA board member.

We will wrap up the meeting with a discussion facilitated by Jody Pariante, Vice President of Human Resources, NY Law School about institutions’ protocols for gender transitions and a review of harassment prevention measures.

At the end of this session, attendees will be equipped to address challenges regarding the above topics, develop a sound knowledge base and have a better understanding of strategies that they can effectively utilize when faced with the ever evolving workplace.


Who Should Attend?
This program is designed for HR professionals from all HR disciplines, including employee engagement, employee relations, benefits, compliance and leadership.

Thank you to our Gold Sponsors!
Gallagher Benefits Services

Sibson Consulting

Grant Thornton

Sentinel Benefits & Financial Group

 2019 NY Metro Chapter Officers