UCLA Administration has played a significant role in UCLA’s success and ranking as the number one public institution in the country. It’s exhilarating to dream of what opportunities and meaningful legacy we are building today for UCLA and for its future staff, faculty, and students.
Call 9-1-1 for medical help, and UCLA’s ambulance unit (EMS-1) will likely be the first to arrive on scene to render aid, determine what is needed, and coordinate with UCLA Police and LAFD paramedic ambulance services. “When you are first on scene,” explains EMT Matt Guarino, “you see how someone’s expression changes when you arrive and know that your presence makes an impact.”
Dr. Devin Dillon joined UCLA as Superintendent of PreK-12 Operations effective July 8, 2019. Spend a few minutes with Devin and you’ll quickly realize that she is passionate about education and the unique opportunity that this new position provides.
Senior Architect Pi-Hsuan Kao from the Design and Project Management office at Facilities Management asks, "Does UCLA Administration plan to have a campuswide, systematic approach to address ADA compliance issues for existing buildings, rather than tackling each small construction project individually in a piecemeal manner?”
In June 2019, Teresa Todd and Joseph Stables bid Financial Management Services farewell as they ventured into retirement. Fortunately, capable Bruins Vichelle Jose and Vanessa Alvarado have joined the team to support UCLA Administration and its 11 units with their financial support needs.
Staff Recognition Awards
As the success of UCLA Administration and its 11 units can be attributed to its dedicated, industrious and innovative staff, it is important that we recognize and honor those across our organization who make noteworthy contributions. Read about recent award recipients and their contributions to making UCLA the best it can be.