Anjelica Lymon is the College of Law’s Human Resources Officer. She is responsible for the direction, planning, development, and implementation of Human Resources operations within the college. In her current role, she oversees all human resources matters related to Law School administrators, faculty, staff, adjunct and part-time instructors, graduate assistants, hourly student employees, and limited term/temporary employees. Anjelica manages the college’s Human Resources Office staff. Her office provides support for faculty promotion, tenure and reappointment processes, employee recruitment and retention, and performance management. She serves as the college representative to the university’s Human Resources Advisory Committee and is a liaison to the offices of the provost and president regarding faculty management and data reporting. She also assists the Dean and Assistant Dean for Administration and Finance with various functions including support for college accreditation.
Anjelica joined the College of Law as a student assistant in November 1987. In January 1993, she was promoted to a regular administrative role. She is a graduate of Georgia State University and holds a Bachelor of Science in mathematics (1993) and Bachelor of Arts in psychology (2008). She earned a Master of Arts from Argosy University in 2012 majoring in Higher and Post-secondary education with concentrations in leadership, human resources, and higher education administration.
Anjelica is a member of the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources, the Society for Human Resource Management, American Counseling Association, and the American Psychological Association.