Administrative Professional Advisory Council presents 2024 AP Contribution Awards

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The Administrative Professional Advisory Council recently recognized six Washington State University staff members with its 2024 AP Contribution Awards.

The award recognizes administrative professionals who have made exceptional contributions to the university system and their respective areas or units. This year’s award winners are:

Closeup of Kimberly Cufley.
Kimberly Cufley

Kimberly Cufley

Spokane

The nominations received in support of Cufley, an administrative manager at the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, highlight her strong Cougar pride and commitment to WSU through the years.

Mica DeMarco

Pullman

DeMarco, a recruitment director at WSU Pullman, was highly recommended by various members of admissions and enrollment, recruitment, and communications for her leadership, innovation, and dedicated care for the success and legacy of WSU.

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Mica DeMarco
Closeup of Jenny Glass.
Jenny Glass

Jenny Glass

Puyallup Extension

The letter of support for Glass, a diagnostic plant pathologist, provides demonstrated examples of her dedication towards fairness and inclusion.

Merri Lecoq

Pullman

As the Cougar Food Pantry Coordinator, Lecoq was recognized for her daily dedication to promoting healthy food options for WSU students.

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Merri Lecoq
Closeup of Michelle Martinez.
Michelle Martinez

Michelle Martinez

Pullman

Martinez, director of administrative services for the College of Veterinary Medicine in Pullman, was nominated by a wide range administrators and faculty for her professionalism, problem-solving, and efforts in engaging others with dignity and respect.

John Rarig

Pullman

Rarig, an undergraduate advisor for the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, was recognized for his empathetic approach towards his work in providing the highest quality advising despite what can be challenging environments.

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John Rarig

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