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Eric Frost named associate vice president for human resources
SYRACUSE—Eric Frost, who has served in SUNY Upstate Medical University’s Department of Human Resources for the past ten years as benefits manager and most recently as interim director, has been named associate vice president of human resources.
The appointment, effective immediately, was announced by Senior Associate Vice President Wanda Thompson.
“Eric has provided leadership during this transition period for Human Resources and has made significant enhancements to the department through his key role in the university’s Engaging Excellence initiative,” said Thompson. “He is well-respected throughout campus for his integrity and is perfectly suited to move the department forward as it implements our Employer of Choice initiatives.”
As associate vice president, Frost will be responsible for all human resource functions of the area’s largest employer, including oversight of employee benefits, organizational training & development, employee/labor relations, recruitment and appointments, compensation and performance management, employee assistance program, as well as the diversity/affirmative action and employee/student health offices.
As benefits manager, Frost oversaw the benefits programs for SUNY and Research Foundation of SUNY employees.
Prior to joining SUNY Upstate in 1997, Frost served for 14 years in a variety of positions at Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, including as director of benefits administration, where he developed and implemented new human resources programs, systems and key employee communications.
A graduate of LeMoyne College, Frost resides in Manlius.
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