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Resident Council

Council Leadership

The Council is comprised of a President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary and 18 District Representatives.

Council Focus

The Resident Council represents Panorama residents through elected representatives from each neighborhood district within Panorama.

Council Function

The council fosters communication between Panorama management and residents and supports resident activities. The Council organizes campus-wide forums and events for residents.

Rich Cobb

President

Carolyn Odio

Vice President

Donna Vance

Secretary

Becky Anderson

Treasurer

District Representatives

The Panorama Campus is divided into 20 districts. District Representatives are elected for a 3-year term by the residents within their district.

Current Representatives: Dave Milne, Jim Howell, Steve Tilley, Jim Vaupel, Bob Nailing, Mary Jo Eldenburg, Jo Ann McVeigh, Robin Hunt, Mike Walsh, Jim Tooney, Marcia Tomlin, Linda Boundurant, John Stern, Jan Fleming, Marie Brand, Karen Case, Jean Garwood.

What Is the Role of the Resident Council?

The Council fosters communication between Panorama management and residents and supports resident activities. The Resident Council organizes campus-wide forums, manages distribution of the Panorama Resident Directory, plans the annual Activity Fair, conducts the Employee Appreciation Fund Campaign and nominates residents to serve as Resident Directors on the Panorama Board of Directors, among other activities.

The Resident Council provides financial support to eligible resident activities. The Council is a department of the Panorama Corporation with regard to budget and works closely with Panorama staff and Resident Council-sponsored groups in the budget process.

The Liaison Initiative was established by Resident Council to enhance the flow of communication to and from residents and management staff. There is a Concerns Liaison for issues residents may have that have not been resolved by a district representative or via work orders.

What Do District Representatives Do?

District representatives perform a variety of tasks for their residents and for the Council, including:

  • Welcoming new neighbors in their districts and helping to organize district meetings and events;
  • Communicating with their neighbors on events and issues on campus or in their districts;
  • Serving as resources for residents needing information or services;
  • Participating in monthly Council meetings and serving on Council committees.