The OLLI Leadership Council is designed to support the University and campus in relation to OLLI at UConn, specifically in the areas of programming and activities. The Council serves to provide the OLLI Coordinator with committee updates, to carry out the curriculum planning process, and to foster the growth and sustainability of membership through advisory and volunteer activities. The University is solely responsible for all legal, financial/budgetary, staffing/personnel, and administration of the OLLI program. The OLLI Leadership Council functions as a voluntary, advisory leadership group established by the University; members of the Council serve at the will of the OLLI and campus administration. All paid staff of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute are employees of the University of Connecticut and report to the campus administration. All members of the Leadership Council must adhere to the OLLI at UConn Volunteer Policy.
For a complete list of Leadership Council Members and their bios, click here.