•Event planning and logistical support
Paula joined the Center in 2004 as an administrative assistant and was most recently promoted to program associate in 2022. She provides a broad range of support to academic and applied research projects and programs, as well as financial management, purchasing, and human resources. She has supported a wide range of externally funded research and other projects with US and international partners such as the National Science Foundation, Library of Congress, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Inter-American Development Bank and Public Libraries, Institute for Museum and Library Services, New York State Board of Elections, to name a few. Paula has served in key coordination roles for CTG’s “Combatting Urban Blight through Regional Information Sharing Pilot” and the “NYSBOE - An Envisioning Future” projects, as well as the CTG Global Advisory Board and the Smart Cities Smart Research-Practice Government Consortium.
As program associate, Paula’s work also focuses on areas involving expense documentation, payment and reconciliation management, financial reporting, student appointment, and event management.
•Master of Business Administration, University at Albany, State University of New York
•Bachelor of Computer Information Systems, State University of New York at Brockport
•Associate of Occupational Studies - Administration and Micro-processing Bryant & Stratton
•Associate in Arts & Science, Monroe Community College