Upcoming changes in EHE HR team


I want to share some of the exciting changes the EHE Human Resources (HR) team has experienced over the past few months.

Beginning Monday, Oct. 3, two of our staple HR professionals will take on new roles and responsibilities. Additionally, we are happy to announce the newest member of our team: Adam Daniels.

EHE Administrative Team

Jackie Severance-Chambers will move to the HR generalist position for EHE Administration.

She has been with The Ohio State University for nearly 15 years. Severance-Chambers has been the HR professional for the Department of Teaching and Learning (T&L) for more than 10 years. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her new role. Her contributions to the college, specifically T&L, cannot be understated. Severance-Chambers’ commitment to her department and strong relationships with leaders, faculty, staff and students is unparalleled. I am thrilled that she brings her experience and enthusiasm to this new opportunity.

Department of Teaching and Learning

Our newest member to the EHE family is Adam Daniels. He will fill an HR generalist vacancy in the college and will serve the Department of Teaching and Learning.

His start date is also Monday, Oct. 3. Daniels has spent the last three years in New York City recruiting for a number of firms. He has experience sourcing, creating and establishing talent pipelines, developing talent strategy and implementing recruitment metrics and dashboards. He is returning to Ohio State where he worked in a number of different HR roles at both the university’s Office of Human Resources and the Office of Administration and Planning for nearly seven years. He also has his bachelor’s degree in business from The Ohio State University.

Department of Educational Studies

Jodi Renshaw will support faculty and staff in the Department of Educational Studies as the department’s new HR professional. 

Jodi is an EHE stalwart, supporting the administrative team for nearly 10 years. She also is approaching 25 years of university experience. Her depth and breadth of knowledge of university HR is unmatched. I know she will be an incredible asset to the department in this new career challenge.



Please join me in congratulating and welcoming our HR staff into their new roles. 

Should you ever need to know the contact information for your local HR professional, please visit the EHE HR Staff resources page.