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AP Assembly - Letter from the President

Dear Colleagues,

The AP Assembly is a professional organization comprised of all Administrative Professionals on campus. We serve in an advising capacity to the university president; have representation on the University Senate, as well as various Senate committees; provide opportunities for connection with our five committees (Recognition, Communications, Community Engagement, Personal and Professional Development, and Voice of the AP); and strive to develop community across campus.

The elected, volunteer executive board provides leadership guided by our AP Assembly constitution.  Please look for our bi-monthly AP Assembly Newsletters for updates on upcoming events or check our meeting and events link on this website. The 2017-18 Executive Board looks forward to serving you this year through our goal to best meet the needs of the AP community.

As your President this year, I have three initiatives: representing, refining, and recognizing.

  • Representing: This year the AP Assembly will continue to work closely with the AP Association to make sure the AP voice is heard regarding new policies, processes, leadership, and procedures at Oakland University
  • Refining: As a group we have so many great committees, traditions, and processes. This year the focus will be on making sure those are solidified, efficient, and celebrated.
  • Recognizing: AP’s across campus are doing so much to impact our students, offices, and community. We want to recognize those efforts. Focus will be put on the awards we already have and how we can make them better, and what potential we have to establish new award/recognition initiatives.

I can’t wait to see AP’s from all over campus at our events and meetings this year.   “Change brings opportunity”, (Nico Qubein). I am excited to embrace all of the opportunities that come to the AP Assembly in  2017-2018.

Best Regards,

Anna Mrdeza

President, AP Assembly

APAssembly@oakland.edu