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Stanford Redwood City Operations Team

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Email the Facilities & Operations team: srwc-operations@stanford.edu


Chris Bright, Campus Director

Chris was appointed in Fall 2017 to oversee Stanford Redwood City campus from facilities and team transitions to coordinating systems and vendors needed to effectively operate a large, complex campus including food, the fitness center, technology infrastructure, maintenance, security, budgeting, events and community building programs. 

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Lisa Simpson, Campus Services Manager

Lisa joined the SRWC operations team in June 2018 after serving as Associate Director of Events & Operations with Stanford Graduate School of Business. Lisa is responsible for campus services and amenities including management of café/catering, wellness, conference center, campus events and community programs, shipping and receiving, lobby ambassadors, and parking and transportation support.


Erick Lobos, Facility Operations Manager

Erick started with SRWC Ops in June 2018,  after supporting Stanford and LBRE Zone Management for five years. In this role, he is leading the facilities operations team and the departmental strategic planning. He is also responsible for the campus building automation systems, sustainability program, engineering, construction and project management. 


Kevin Creed, Safety & Security Manager

Kevin joined the SRWC team in Fall 2018 after seven years at Stanford Environmental Health and Safety Office. In his new role, Kevin is responsible for managing a wide-range of health and safety disciplines to support our campus, including: emergency response, ergonomics, medicine supplies, business continuity, and code compliance.


Colleen Sullivan, Operations Administrator

Colleen has been with LBRE since 2013. In her new role, she will have administrative and operational responsibilities at the Stanford Redwood City campus, including staff support, property administration, customer service, vendor support, event planning, fleet administration, and finance/purchasing transactions and compliance.


Jessica Castillo, Campus Programs and Events Specialist

Jessica Castillo joined the Operations team in October 2019 as the Campus Programs and Events Specialist. She is responsible for coordinating campus engagement through diverse experiences, as well as space activation.  She has been with Stanford University since 2005.  Jessica was the recipient of the 2016  Vidalakis Achievement Award for bringing ‘fun and collaboration’ into the workplace.  She has had the privilege to work landmark events like Apple’s WWDC, 1st & Future Super Bowl 50 technology competition, and environmental mock policy trials in Washington, D.C.  Developing strong relationships is the foundation to everything she does, both personally and professionally. 


Terri Flamer, Facilities Specialist

Terri Flamer joined the SRWC Operations team in April 2019 after 9 years running the day to day operations of two Porter Drive facilities in the Stanford Research Park.

Currently, Terri is responsible for maintaining the Campus Card access and Key distribution program at the SRWC Campus.


Albert Karam, Facilities and Operations Engineer

Albert joined SRWC operations in June of 2019 and is responsible for building and systems management and maintenance as well as manages building enhancement, and capital projects. 


Hector Moran

Hector started in July of 2019 as a facilities technician.  His background in maintenance and carpentry brought him to the Operations team.


Office of External Relations

The Office of Government and Community Relations coordinates and facilitates Stanford’s interactions with local, state and federal governments, as well as its relationship with neighboring communities.

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Lucy Wicks, Director, Government and Community Relations

Lucy Wicks acts as a liaison between Stanford University and community-based organizations, government officials, businesses and individuals located in and around Stanford’s main campus and the new Stanford in Redwood City project area. Through this position she provides the community with information about the University and its resources. These relationships also enable Wicks to inform and advise the University about the needs and interests of the community and of cities.

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University Human Resources - HR Communications

HR Communications plans, crafts and delivers workplace communications to engage, connect and enhance the experience of current, former and future employees.  The HR Communications team publishes the monthly SRWC newsletter and the Cardinal at Work Insider.

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