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Mentoring Program

We are excited to announce our new mentoring program for all secretarial/clerical staff on campus.  The mentors are willing to help you get familiar with Fredonia and get acquainted with the polices and procedures on campus.  Please feel to reach out to any of them if you have a question, need guidance, information, etc.

Introducing our mentors (in alphabetical order):


picture of dawn huntDawn Hunt, Administrative Assistant II, President's Office

Dawn was promoted to Secretary II in the President's Office in October 2017.  

Previously, Dawn was the Secretary for the Department of Biology since August of 2009.  Prior to that she worked in the Purchasing Department and the Research Foundation Post Award Grants Administration Office. She has a total of 13 years of service with the State University of New York at Fredonia.  She says being able to work in the Academic Affairs area, with the faculty, staff and students, is a wonderful experience, and one she would like to share with you! 

In 2011, she completed the Business, Economics and Management Associates Degree with SUNY Empire State.  She also attended Jamestown Business College in 1986 and earned a certificate in the Medical Office Assistant Program. 

Please feel free to contact her at any time with questions regarding your new position. 

Dawn can be reached by e-mail at dawn.hunt@fredonia.edu or at extension 3456.


picture of kellie sacilowskiKellie Sacilowski, Administrative Assistant II, School of Music

(Academic Affairs Division)
 
Kellie is currently the Administrative Assistant 2 in the School of Music. 

Kellie started her career at Fredonia in Facilities Services as an Office Assistant 1 in 2014, from there she was promoted in January 2016 to Administrative Assistant 1 in Applied Professional Studies and Economics. In November 2017 , Kellie transferred to The Rockefeller Arts Center as an Administrative Assistant to the Director.

Prior to working at Fredonia, Kellie worked for  the New York State Department of Corrections at Lakeview Shock Incarceration and Correctional Facility as an Office Assistant I for 13 years. Since coming to Fredonia she feels blessed to be surrounded by so many amazing people to work with.  She wants to be a mentor to new staff to show them what this campus has to offer. 

Kellie is also the Treasurer for CSEA Local 607 Union and many other committees on campus.

She graduated from Jamestown Business College in 1998 with an Associates Degree in Administrative Assistant with a concentration in Information Processing.  While she worked for DOCCS, she acted as a mentor to new employees for many years.  Please contact her with any questions or concerns you may have. 

Kellie can be reached by e-mail at kellie.sacilowski@fredonia.edu or at extension 3153.

picture of stephanie teachmanStephanie Teachman, Administrative Assistant II, Office of the Provost

(Academic Affairs Division)

B.A. History – The State University of New York at Fredonia

Stephanie started her state service when she was a freshman at Fredonia working as a student assistant in Student Affairs. In June 2013 she returned as a part time Office Assistant I in Human Resources. Stephanie has worked in the Dean's Office for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, The Youngerman Center for Communication Disorders, the department of Computer and Information Sciences, and the Office of International Education - holding titles of Office Assistant I (Keyboarding), Office Assistant II, and Administrative Assistant I.  In September of 2021, Stephanie was promoted to her current position.  

Stephanie also has prior state service as a part time Toll Collector for the NYS Thruway Authority.

Stephanie is the President for CSEA Local 607.  She has served on various CSEA and Campus committees, as well as being involved in the surrounding communities. Stephanie is excited to welcome new employees to Fredonia as well as share her experiences and knowledge with them.

Stephanie can be reached by e-mail at stephanie.teachman@fredonia.edu or at extension 3335.