Donna Pacheco becomes NCA's first director of administration.After five years of service to NCA (Network Computing Architecture) An architecture from Oracle for developing applications within a networked computing environment. It provides a three-tier distributed environment based on CORBA that uses program components known as "cartridges. , Donna Schneider Schnei·der , Vreni Born 1964.
Swiss alpine skier. She won the overall World Cup in 1989, 1994, and 1995, was a four-time world champion, and earned five Olympic medals. Pacheco has been promoted to the new position of director of administration and assistant to the president. Pacheco takes on an expanded role after serving as executive assistant to the president since 2001.
"Donna has been an incredible asset to NCA's executive office and membership, and her abilities and dedication already reflected higher contributions," said Robert F. Nelson, NCA president & c.e.o. "Her elevation elevation, vertical distance from a datum plane, usually mean sea level to a point above the earth. Often used synonymously with altitude, elevation is the height on the earth's surface and altitude, the height in space above the surface. to this new position both recognizes and maximizes Donna's value to the organization."
Pacheco came to the NCA from the Colombian Coffee Federation, where she served as executive assistant to president Alvaro Villegas.
In her new position, Pacheco will expand her current role and take on added responsibilities. As a key component of NCA's professional staff, the newly created position will include primary responsibility for financial reconciliation and reporting, human resources The fancy word for "people." The human resources department within an organization, years ago known as the "personnel department," manages the administrative aspects of the employees. administration, office management, events coordination and execution, and representation of the Association on behalf of the president & c.e.o.
The new director of administration will also provide logistical lo·gis·tic also lo·gis·ti·cal
1. Of or relating to symbolic logic.
2. Of or relating to logistics.
[Medieval Latin logisticus, of calculation and operational management for the Fall Educational Conference, annual convention, Coffee on the Hill, and other events. In her new role, Pacheco will also act as staff liaison to the NCA Producer Committee.