Five Osgoode staff receive awards for outstanding service or leadership: Craig Butosi, Meghan Carrington, Meghan Thomas, Aneta Gasiorowska and Paul Wye

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Staff Recognition Awards

Congratulations to Craig Butosi, Meghan Carrington, Meghan Thomas, Aneta Gasiorowska and Paul Wye, recipients of this year’s Osgoode Staff Recognition Awards. Dean Mary Condon announced the names of the winners on December 4 at an online faculty and staff meeting.

The 2020 Wendy Rambo Outstanding Service Award recipients are: Craig Butosi, Manager, Library Operations ( for less than five years’ service); Meghan Carrington, Communications & Events Coordinator, Office of External Relations & Communications (for more than five years’ service); and Meghan Thomas, Director, Professional Graduate and International Programs, Osgoode Professional Development (for more than five years’ service).

The Wendy Rambo Outstanding Service Award, named in honour of a beloved faculty secretary who worked in the Dean’s Office from 1984 until her passing in 1998, is given annually to the Law School staff member who has consistently provided a high level of service and made significant contributions to the Osgoode community.

In addition, the 2020 Louella Sturdy Leadership Award was given to Aneta Gasiorowska, Manager, Human Resources and Administration, Office of the Executive Officer, and Paul Wye, Manager, Information Technology & Innovation, Osgoode Professional Development.

The Louella Sturdy Leadership Award is awarded annually to the Law School staff member who has made an outstanding contribution through his or her leadership and teamwork with members of the Osgoode community. A consummate professional, Louella Sturdy faithfully and selflessly dedicated herself to the Law School for 43 years, serving as Registrar from 1957 until her retirement in 1991.

The award recipients were nominated by faculty, students and staff in a process requiring several letters of support for each nominee. Nominees received many glowing tributes – too many to mention here – for the ways in which they contribute to the life of the Law School, and an Awards Selection Committee chose the successful nominees.