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Lycoming College today announced the appointment of Kacy Hagan as its director of Human Resources and Risk Management, where she will serve a key role as a senior officer on the administrative cabinet for President Kent C. Trachte, Ph.D.
Hagan brings a wealth of experience in higher education human resources to Lycoming College from a previous position at Mansfield University of Pennsylvania, where she served as director of Human Resources, as well as Social Equity Officer and Title IX Coordinator. She oversaw Mansfield’s employee relations, benefits, compensation and searches for the 400+ employees on the campus. As Title IX coordinator, Hagan served as the university’s primary Title IX investigator and Title IX trainer for faculty, staff, and students.
In this new role, Hagan will lead the department of Human Resources, including all recruitment and staffing, benefits and compensation administration, payroll, database management (HRIS), recordkeeping retention and file maintenance, performance management, legal and regulatory compliance, policy and procedure development, employee training and development, and employee relations.
“I am thrilled to join the Lycoming College team and look forward to supporting the school’s efforts to be an employer of choice and provide excellent services to its faculty, staff, and students.”
Prior to joining Lycoming College, Hagan was the manager of Human Resources for Truck-Lite Co., LLC’s three Pennsylvania facilities in Wellsboro, Pa. She also held human resources positions at Able2 Enhancing Potential Inc., the National Associate of Insurance & Financial Advisors, and Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP.
Hagan has a Masters of Business Administration from Strayer University, and earned a Bachelor of Arts from University of Mary Washington.
“We were very impressed with Kacy’s credentials, and have no doubt that she is up to the task of tackling the challenges that lie ahead,” said Jeff Bennett, vice president and Chief Financial Officer for Lycoming College.”