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The main telephone number for Centre College is 859.238.5200. Calls to this number will be routed to the appropriate extension. In an after-hours emergency, call 859.236.4357.
600 West Walnut Street
Danville, KY 40422
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (Closed from noon to 1 p.m. for lunch)
Monday – Friday, excluding College holidays
Meredith joined the Centre Human Resources office as the payroll and benefits coordinator in September of 2007, and became human resources operations manager and director of the Greater Kentucky Higher Education Recruitment Consortium in 2018. Her responsibilities include a variety of duties including: To administer and coordinate all aspects of Centre College payroll (quarterly taxes and reports, W-2s, etc.), coordinate all benefit billings (retirement plan remittances, etc.), handle day-to-day applications of employee benefits (health, vision, dental, life and cancer insurances, long-term disability, retirement plan, flexible spending accounts, tuition benefits, FMLA, unemployment, workers compensation, employee benefit time etc.), compile and report HR data for AAUP, IPEDS, OES, CUPA and various other surveys for the College. She regularly assists employees and students with any payroll or benefits related questions, issues or concerns.
Before coming to Centre Meredith was the treasurer and benefits specialist for Grant County Board of Education from 2004 to 2007 and before that benefits specialist and HR generalist for Provident Bank from 2000 to 2004.
Meredith is a 2000 graduate of the University of the Cumberlands with a B.A in Business Administration with an emphasis in management and a minor in psychology.
Sarah Curry worked for several years as a policy researcher and advocate with such organizations as OneAmerica, National Immigration Forum, and the National Domestic Workers Alliance. Previously, Sarah was the Legislative Strategist & Policy Manager for the We Belong Together campaign, a campaign to engage everyday women and immigrant women in the fight for immigration reform as part of the struggle for women’s equality. There she helped organize the first Senate Judiciary hearing on women & immigration. Her research and policy advocacy has centered on comprehensive immigration reform, immigrant integration & inclusivity, human rights at the northern border, and racial profiling. She holds a MA in Anthropology from George Mason University. She recently graduated with a MFA in Fiction from Virginia Commonwealth University, where she taught introductory fiction and poetry.
File last updated: 8/22/17