Wiseman receives Administrative Professional of Year honor

Kelly Wiseman receives the Administrative Professional of the Year award from University Store supply and art buyer Marnie Becker, left, and manager Misty Eaton.
Kelly Wiseman receives the Administrative Professional of the Year award from University Store supply and art buyer Marnie Becker, left, and manager Misty Eaton.

Kelly Wiseman in the in the Office of Academic and Student Programs received the Administrative Professional of the Year Award April 24 sponsored by the University Store in the Wyoming Union.

Wiseman, staff assistant in the office, was selected by University Store staff members.

“Kelly is a truly exceptional employee, and without her I absolutely would not be able to operate in my position effectively,” says Donna Brown, associate dean and director of the office, in her nomination.

Brown has taken on multiple administrative roles and says that has added to Wiseman’s workload.

“Yet, she has maintained her ever-present positive and supportive attitude,” says Brown. “I am well aware how blessed I am, as is the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, to have such an exceptional employee in our midst.”

Brown cited Wiseman’s event planning and coordination skills and pointed to her efforts for the Brand of Excellence Scholarship banquet, the Community College Articulation Conference, and the college’s spring commencement ceremony.

Joining Kelly Wiseman from the Office of Academic and Student Programs are, from left, McCall Linke, Kerry Casper, and Donna Brown, associate dean and director.
Joining Kelly Wiseman from the Office of Academic and Student Programs are, from left, McCall Linke, Kerry Casper, and Donna Brown, associate dean and director.

Wiseman serves on several committees across campus, including Advising Conversations, Career Conversations, Family Weekend Committee, Transfer Student Initiatives Committee, Classroom Scheduling Committee, and she is president of the Wyoming Chapter of Gamma Sigma Delta, the international honor society of agriculture.

“She always has been, and will continue to be, recognized as an exceptional ambassador for this office, the students, and the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources,” says Brown.