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Lynn Johnson Appointed VP of Human Resources

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Lynn Johnson
Lynn Johnson

Lynn Johnson, formerly assistant vice president of Human Resource Services at Stony Brook University, has been appointed to vice president of Human Resource Services.

Johnson is now the chief human resource officer for State and Research Foundation employees working on the West Campus, in the Health Sciences Center, at Stony Brook Manhattan and Stony Brook Southampton and at the Research & Development Park. She also has oversight of the labor relations functions for Research Foundation and State employees in those same areas. In this position, Johnson is the payroll officer for the entire campus, overseeing payroll services for more than 13,000 employees. She will have an expanded role in the operational excellence initiative of Project 50 Forward and is a key member of the Budget Working Group. She will also serve as a member of the University Council.

“Human Resource Services is fundamentally about providing support, helping to create an excellent work environment and helping each of Stony Brook’s employees reach their full potential,” said Stony Brook University President Samuel L. Stanley. “It is a vital component of our University, and I am confident that under Lynn’s stewardship, Human Resources will perform its mission at the highest level.”

Johnson has been an integral member of the Stony Brook University community for more than 20 years, serving in various management positions. In 2000 she became the director of Human Resource Services, and last year was named the assistant vice president for Human Resource Services. While director and then AVP, Johnson was responsible for directing the development of online human resources and payroll services; she co-authored the Faculty & Staff Digest and opened a satellite Human Resource Services office on the Stony Brook Medicine campus. Additionally, when Stony Brook University and Battelle Memorial Institute became co-managers of Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL), Johnson was an important member of the team responsible for transitioning approximately 3,000 BNL employees to Brookhaven Science Associates.

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