Winnie David is the Faculty Information Systems Manager for the UNLV Office of Faculty Affairs. In this role, she helps support faculty activity reporting. She serves as a data steward to ensure that the data collected are accurate and available for faculty to use to generate curriculum vitas, bio-sketches and reports for administrators, department chairs, and deans. In her previous position, Winnie worked with databases, extracting, transforming, and loading (ETL’ing) data, creating user guides and training materials, and assessing customer satisfaction.
Winnie has been committed to UNLV since 2009. She began as a student worker. Then moved on to a Laboratory Technician position in which she studied the effects of dust inhalation from the Nellis Dunes Recreational Area. She transitioned to a Research Assistant and later Research Associate position with the UNLV Forest Inventory and Analysis Group.
Winnie possesses three bachelor’s degrees in the concentrations of Biochemistry (B.S. 2011), Biology (B.S. 2011), and Anthropology (B.A. 2014), and a master’s degree in Management Information Systems (M.S. 2021).