Tiny Victories | Donnett Johnson
In this year of so many challenges, tiny victories can almost seem like major accomplishments. The Catalyst wants to highlight your tiny victories in research administration and how you are using them to get through everything life has recently thrown at us. Through sharing our tiny victories, we believe it will give us hope in this year and beyond. Join us as we congratulate Donnett Johnson on her recent Tiny Victory!
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Research and Grant Award Specialist II
Johnson C. Smith University
Work was so well done while we were all working remotely that when we returned back to the office on May 3, I was promoted to this position as a Research and Grant Award Specialist II instead of a Grants and Contract Support person.
I had introduced the faculty and staff to using DocuSign for signing all of the required documents while we were remote and it made the work flow faster and more efficient. So, I was recommended for this new position which was a vacant position.
Compiled by Carly Pigg, Coordinator of Grants and Development
LSU Health New Orleans