Donna Merwarth is a Research Associate III in the psychology department. She has been at Colorado State University for 15 years and in her current position for 15 years. She heard about the position through a friend and decided to apply.
Merwarth was nominated for the Everyday Hero award by Terri Ratzlaff.
“Donna consistently goes above and beyond in her IT role,” said Ratzlaff. “She not only answers any nonsensical question you might have right away, but takes time to help any faculty or staff who may not be as tech savvy with their needs at all hours.”
Ratzlaff added that Merwarth is dedicated, has great customer service, and is a wonderful co-worker and friend.
In her free time, Merwarth enjoys bonsai plants and photography. In being nominated for this award, she is ecstatic that people are taking notice. She believes it is the small things that are important, such as a smile or a hearty hand shake.
Merwarth is dedicated to her job and her future plans are making sure everything runs successfully there. She also hopes to pursue learning about plants and the environment.
Everyday Hero is a special program sponsored by the Classified Personnel Council to recognize the day-to-day achievements of all CSU employees (state classified, administrative professionals, and faculty). To nominate someone, visit the CPC website.