University of Texas at San Antonio
Business Service Manager, COEHD
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She’s is an utter embarrassment for Hispanics!
She literally fits the stereotype for hispanic employees:
- Comes to work late constantly
- Doesn’t do her job
- Works messy
The hispanic community has disowned her.
I’m sharing Lisa’s tactics and strategies she uses towards people whom she feels insecure around. First starters, Lisa will expect you to be understanding and patient with her as she is new to being a manager however if you as an employee make a mistake or just cough the wrong way (despite being new to the school and job field) she will be all over you and use your mistake against you. This is called hypocrisy at its finest! Second, she will attempt to guilt shame you for having standards and for respecting those who carry themselves well. Lisa wants you to tolerate and respect her intolerable ways, her foul character and everything else that would make a sane person submit their two week notice. Third, she will try to intimidate you by stating of all the people she has connections with and who are in high places in the university in making you feel inferior and of her marine former coworker. She only states that towards employees who are new at the university instead of seasoned employees. In adding, most of the employees she is referring to used to or are currently working at the department of ELPS (Educational Leadership and Policy Studies). The former coworker she is referring to is a former infantry marine who’s name is Michael Logan or Dr. Michael Logan and goes by a nickname of Chosin Wun. He did a short term service, got out and pursued other ambitions such as his current employment with UTSA. He currently works for the Veteran section at the university. His information is publicly available in LinkedIn.
Lisa is unsurprisingly is the type to call everyone who bears the uniform despite their branch a soldier.
What bothers me the most, she expects respect from ppl but will not respect others especially towards public servants (military). She has no ever served, not even a year of ROTC in high schools, never has stepped foot on a military installation nor has any relatives that wore the uniform.
If she wanted to use somebody from the service to feel special or so due to their job affiliation. Try using an elite service mbr next time. Team 6, Delta force and etc. That’s the real military.
Again, there is not much to expect from a person who has never left San Antonio.
The irony that she will tell people to humble themselves (when she is an atheist) when in fact she should humble herself when it comes to concepts and topics like as this that she clearly doesn’t understand nor have any knowledge of. As one would say stay in your lane.
Lastly, the whole I’m a tough character she portrays where she is from the West Side doesn’t fly with most people at the university like Dr. Langman, the Secretary of COEHD and Mr. Mejía (just to name of few). If Lisa was really tough she would have faced her fears head on early on in attending the university she wanted to attend outside of San Antonio in her 20’s rather than listening to the criticism from people stating she wouldn’t succeed at the college of her choosing. That’s why she attended UTSA as a student and ended up being employed. Further more, if she was tough she would have pressed on towards her first career in becoming a Veterinarian instead of giving up. Tough girls make things happen no matter the obstacles and challenges they have to go through. All in all this explains why she is a miserable person.
The intentions of these comments is to speak truth and shed light about her, nothing more.
If Lisa becomes difficult to work with, understand don’t take it personal. It’s just her, especially when you understand her story every negativity you experience from her will make sense.
Having understanding of a person is great but you shouldn’t have to tolerate any office harassment or any ill treatment from her. Document and call the UTSA police and/or SAPD.
If she were to get fired down the road, don’t feel bad. She fired multiple people in the past according to her comments. It’s called Karma.
• Gender discrimination
• Office Politics
In preventing any hearsay, the following comments are from events witnessed and experienced first hand.
I have witnessed Lisa multiple times in the office and outside the workplace (office function) express her hatred towards men. Specifically heterosexual males.
I have witnessed Lisa express numerous times in the office of her disdain and hatred towards religious individuals. Please note, I have heard her in the office identify herself as a Atheist.
I have noticed her social interaction with members of the African American community is awkward. There was an incident where a African American professor Dr. Harris who wasn’t paid for 5 months at UTSA. According to Lisa Chavez, the Admin at that time didn’t process her paperwork. I have to call BS on it. Lisa Chavez oversees the whole department for peoples pay and usually micro manages over ppl. I have a hard time believing that it fell through the cracks as Lisa would have caught such mistake. Now I’m not speculating that this has anything to do with one’s race. However, in noticing how awkward and aggressive she is towards members of a certain race does concern me and does bring some matters to question.
In the BSC office there is definitely office politics present as much as Lisa may say we are a team.
I will state Lisa is far from being a professional at her job. She will yell, harass, intimidate and single you out for anything if you were speak up on anything within the office. Furthermore, I witnessed her criticize and complain anyone coming to work dressed professional in clothing attire (specifically business casual attire). Mind you, she comes to the job wearing the same hoodie and jeans with her hiking boots.
Know your rights, document any unusual activity and speak up to any appropriate office regarding Lisa’s behavior.
- Speak to HR (please note be cautious as Lisa is supposedly good friends with Nadia Lopez who is our College rep for HR)
- Contact UTSA police department
(Yes, please contact the police department)
There is a behavioral section with the department that looks at any behavioral problems on members. Lisa Chavez does have a mental illness according to her and I would recommend contacting their office and the police department to report any unusual behavior from Lisa.
- Lastly, The San Antonio police department.
Knowing how Lisa is, I strongly advise in contacting the city police and report any prolonged type of harassment from her. There is a penal code that protects citizens from any type of harassment behavior.
The are federal laws that prohibit any of these type of actions that Lisa commits.
The reason I’m stating this the above topics are actual events witnessed and experienced.
I do not want to see anyone experience any undesirable treatment from her. Lisa does not look like the type to do such horrendous activities but she does. As the saying goes, the ones you least expect someone to be tends to be. Lastly, Lisa has fired people in the past especially lots of males! She usually keeps for the most part females in the office. If there is any male she speaks to they tend to be part of the LGBTQ community and or effeminate.
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