Join Tarsi Dunlop ’09, Political Science major, for a candid and informal conversation about her life and work in DC.
Friday, October 27
12:30 pm in ADK Library (CCI)
Here is more about Tarsi. Come with your questions, all class years and majors welcome.
Tarsi Dunlop is a nonprofit leader, committed to building progressive capacity and infrastructure, Millennial leadership and education equity and access. She is currently the Program and Membership Associate for Local Progress at the Center for Popular Democracy. Prior to that, she served as the Program and Operations Manager at the Learning First Alliance (LFA), a national partnership of education associations committed to strengthening public schools for all children. Her writing has been featured in outlets including the Washington Post, National Priorities Project, and the Next New Deal. She serves as a national board advisory member for Forge Columbus (a civic innovation hub in Columbus, OH) and as part of the Emerging Leaders Group for the Franklin Project at the Aspen Institute.. Prior to LFA, Tarsi was the Director of Operations and Communications at the Roosevelt Institute | Campus Network – the nation’s first student policy organization. She remains an active alumni, editing student policy ideas and serving as a steering committee member to help build up the organization’s alumni network.
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There will be open information sessions on October 23rd and 24th for employees to learn more about Flexible Spending Accounts. The presentations will be available via WebEx. Limited space is available for those in Vermont who prefer to participate in person. Please register in Google Forms.
Monday, October 23: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT Location: Davis Library 201 or to access the meeting virtually please see below Information Session. Benefits eligible employees unfamiliar with the flexible spending plans may attend this session to learn about health and dependent care flexible spending accounts.
Tuesday, October 24: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT Location: Sunderland Room 122 or to access the seminar virtually please see below Workshop, for existing enrollees. This is a hands-on workshop to learn how to log on, navigate, and submit claims via the portal or the mobile app.
If you have questions about your 2017 Flexible Spending Accounts, feel free to reach out to customer service at MyCafeteriaPlan at (937) 865-6500 or toll free at (800) 865-6543. You may also contact Nancy Lindberg or Franklin Daniel in Human Resources at 802-443-3372.
Please mark your calendars – the annual open enrollment period for Middlebury’s health and welfare benefit plans will be held from November 1st through the 14th. All benefits-eligible employees are required to complete the on-line process during this window so please watch your email on November 1st for instructions and benefit details. If you will be out of town and will not have access to the internet during the open enrollment period please contact Human Resources at 802-443-3372 before November 1st to make alternate enrollment arrangements. Meanwhile, to reduce pressure on yourself during the open enrollment period consider beginning the process of estimating your flexible spending account elections now, so that you are ready to go when open enrollment starts.