While you get up to speed on the Workday implementation, take some time to get to know the Administrative Transformation Program all-star team members who make our work possible. This month, we’re sitting down for a Q&A with Morgan Andersen, the ATP Integrations Strategy Lead.
What’s your hometown?
San Diego, CA
How long have you worked for the Universities of Wisconsin, where, and in what roles?
I came to UW two years ago as the associate director of financial applications at UW-Madison’s Division of Information Technology, and I joined ATP in March of this year.
What’s your role and team on ATP?
I’m the ATP Integrations Strategy Lead working with integrations and ancillary systems.
Why did you want to work for ATP?
I started working with the UW-Madison ERP Ancillary Systems Program (ASP) a year and a half ago, and after some reorganizations in that space, I wanted to continue to support the successful rollout of Workday at the Universities of Wisconsin.
What’s a fun fact about you?
I lived in Helsinki, Finland, for six years before moving to Madison and speak Danish at home with my two kids.
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