2016 Faculty-Staff Service Award

2016 Faculty-Staff Service Award

The Alumnae Association was pleased to present its 2016 Faculty-Staff Service Award to John Mulhall, transportation coordinator for the College’s motor pool. The award is given annually to members of the faculty or staff who go above and beyond in their service to the Association and to alumnae.

An employee since 1968, Mulhall is often the first “Wellesley” face that many College visitors encounter when they travel to campus for Wellesley business. Not only does he help coordinate their travel to campus, but he provides explicit and careful instructions on where they can meet him at the ever-more-complicated airport or train stations. He is also instrumental in arranging on-campus transportation for the many alumnae events held during the year.

In presenting the award, Alumnae Association Executive Director Missy Siner Shea ’89 noted, “The WCAA staff love working with him, which we do a lot. … This wonderful man always exhibits a real interest in whatever task is at hand. … Whether it is their first ride from him or just one of many, we often hear compliments from our alumnae about his warm and friendly demeanor, impeccable service, and absolute reliability.”

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