Group 4 Candidates
College of Arts and Letters, College of Business, Facilities Management, Information Technology
Moses Collier Jr.
My name is Moses Collier Jr and I work in the Facilities Services Custodial Department. In September it will be 10 years that I have worked for the University in a few positions within Custodial. I also work part time (PEAC) and volunteer (Sport Clubs) with the Judo program as a coach and adviser.
I have interest in working with the following committees: The Events and Marketing Committee, The Professional Development Committee, New Employee Orientation, The Diversity Council Committee, The Institutional Effectiveness & Assessment Council (IEAC), and The Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) Accessibility Committee. I understand that it is most likely not possible to work with all of these committees but If I am able to work with any, these are where I have interest.
COLLEGE OF ARTS & LETTERS
I joined Idaho State University as a Financial Technician for the College of Arts and Letters in October 2014. My passion and interests are to be a part of a collective effort to influence positive change. As our campus goes through a transformation, I look forward to an exciting path, a path designed to help students write their stories of success. I have enjoyed many career opportunities in finance both in the private and public sectors while pursuing personal goals. I am a first-generation college student and have returned to school after 25 years. My current position has provided me the opportunity to interact with amazing individuals across campus and within the community. I am a proud mom of three children and enjoy spending time with family and friends. I look forward to new endeavors here on campus and helping others to develop the next successful chapter.
I would like to nominate Mark Tiede, Custodial Fore-person with Facilities Services, for Staff Council based on the experience that he brings to Idaho State University. Mark has a B.S. in Business Management as well as previous service with the Naval Reserves (retired). Mark has over 25 years in Production Management, and he specializes in Continuous Improvement and other key growth potentials in organizations. Mark has strong leadership skills and Human Relations skills that would represent the staff In Idaho State University in a positive and constructive manner to satisfy the goals of the University and Staff. Mark’s professionalism surpasses others in leadership style, character, and personal development. Additionally, it has been a pleasure to work with Mark as he brings an excellent energy to our department through his friendliness and bright personality. Mark would be an excellent fit to represent the Staff Council here at Idaho State University.