Mentoring Subcommittee

Staff Development and Engagement Committee

Our Mission

Have you ever wished someone could assist you with the challenges and opportunities you face professionally?

Do you wish you had the opportunity to gain some insight about UB’s culture or advancing your career at the university?

Do you feel that you have skills and insight that could help a colleague?

The goal of the program is to provide formal or informal mentoring to UB Professional Employees. The program will match protégés with mentors from UB’s professional staff who have the experience, knowledge and insight that assists the protégé in meeting their goals. These goals may be in career, leadership or professional development areas, skills/organizational development, project completion, community involvement, exploring issues such as interpersonal relationships or goal setting. Active mentoring supports employee goals and development, and ultimately, UB’s mission.

If you are interested in learning more about the program or participating in it, email us with a phone number and time we can get in touch with you. One of us will call you to explain the program and gather from you some information we need to get the process started. 

Learn more about the PSS Mentoring Program.

Committee Charge

The PSS Mentoring committee was developed to assist members with career development and empowerment. The goals of the committee are to:

  • Offer a formal and informal mentor/protégé program
  • Provide an online reference guide to university resources which can assist employees with professional development and streamlining their work

Committee Members

Vice-Chairs: Travis Eisele, Kimberly Krzemien

Current Members: Susan Steck, Marianne Sullivan, Ed Brodka, Grace Lazzara