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Administrative Managers Advisory Council

The Arts & Sciences Dean’s Office established the Administrative Managers Advisory Council (AMAC) as the successor to the previously established PeopleSoft Transition Advisory Council (PTAC).  AMAC serves as part of the College’s staff governance structure, providing recommendations and feedback to the Business Operations Leadership Team (BOLT).  BOLT directs the activities of AMAC, ensures timely decisions are made, and ensures that timely feedback is provided regarding the issues and recommendations that are brought to its attention.  AMAC is responsible for soliciting feedback from and representing Administrative Managers and their units regarding best practices, communication, policies, business processes, systems, and training.

AMAC Members


L. E. Alexander

AMAC Representative through July 2024
Economics

genez@email.unc.edu
L. E. Alexander

Rekha Balasubramanyam

AMAC Representative through July 2024
Biomedical Engineering

srbalasu@email.unc.edu
Rekha Balasubramanyam

Michelle Blackwell

AMAC Representative through July 2025
Undergraduate Education

emblackw@unc.edu
Michelle Blackwell

Tracey Cave

AMAC Representative through July 2024
Religious Studies

tcave@email.unc.edu
Tracey Cave

Joe Daley

Finance & Budget Management
AMAC Facilitator

jjdaley@unc.edu
Joe Daley

Diana Devereaux

AMAC Representative through July 2025
City and Regional Planning

dmchase@email.unc.edu
Diana Devereaux

Roseanda Hall

Dean's Office
AMAC Facilitator

roseanda_hall@unc.edu
Roseanda Hall

Maura Murphy

AMAC Representative through July 2025
Playmakers

murf@email.unc.edu
Maura Murphy

Erin Pelletier

AMAC Representative through July 2024
Psychology & Neuroscience

erinpell@email.unc.edu
Erin Pelletier

Laura Yurco

AMAC Representative through July 2025
Chemistry

laura_yurco@unc.edu
Laura Yurco