UO hires Darci Heroy to help Penny Daugherty with her Title IX issues

That’s got to be a tough job, given Ms Daugherty’s famous incompetence. I wonder how much experience Heroy has, and how much we’re paying her. Here’s the blurb from the Amitrius Coaching and Consulting website:

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Here’s Ms Heroy’s report on what UO is doing to reduce sexual assaults. Accomplishment #1? Hire Ms Heroy to consult. The rest of it the usual consultant stuff, padded out with appendices.

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6 Responses to UO hires Darci Heroy to help Penny Daugherty with her Title IX issues

  1. Anonymous says:

    It’s not what you know, but who…former staffer for Penny. Check out her LinkedIn profile:

  2. Cat says:

    Ah, the Oregon Way: take an incompetent senior administrator, don’t fire, review, or set benchmarks for them, but instead, when their incompetence can no long be ignored because the job must actually be done, shunt most of their responsibilities onto an underling, who will later (rightly) be promoted for competently performing this work, while the original admin continues to pull the same tidy salary and does nothing but occasionally gum up the work by intervening, and even receives elevated titles comensurate with the promotion of the underling now doing the substance of their job. Thus does admin bloat really occur. Then, of course, once that incompetent, or sometimes semi-competent, administrator retires, or semi-retires, they get “golden parachuted” into a lucrative semi-job, say in Portland.

  3. XDH says:

    The Oregon way is to take that incompetent senior administrator and reassign him/her to “special projects” once a qualified successor has been determined. Any bets on how long before an email goes out announcing PD is now on a “special project”?

  4. sweep it under the rug.....again. says:

    if she can just focus on breathing…..and nothing else, that should keep everyone safe

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