The Human Resources Office is committed to working strategically to support the University of New England’s core values by anticipating and providing solutions to its changing needs. We deliver quality Human Resources Services that attract, develop, motivate and retain a diverse workforce within an innovative work environment. We achieve results through inter-professional collaboration, exceptional customer service and respect.

Professional Staff

Sharen Beaulieu

Associate Vice President of Human Resources

(207) 602-2339

Sharen L. Beaulieu, Associate Vice President of Human Resources, has been employed with the University of New England for 10 years.  Sharen has been a leader in Human Resources for over 23 years in various industries such as higher education, warehousing, logistics, transportation and distribution, and manufacturing.  Prior to joining UNE Sharen was responsible for implementing strategic initiatives for Fortune 500 and worldwide organizations such as Weyerhauser and Menlo Logistics. 

Sharen earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration... Read More

Cat Martins

Benefits & Disability Specialist

(207) 602-2394

Cat Martins, Benefits & Disability Specialist, has been employed with the University of New England for 7 years.  While a medical biology student at the University, Cat worked in the HR office as a work study student.  After graduating and obtaining her Bachelor’s degree in 2010, she joined the HR team full-time as the HR Assistant.  Cat currently serves as the University’s Benefits & Disability Specialist which manages all employee medical leaves, workplace injuries, and benefits.  Cat also obtained her... Read More


Title IX Coordinator

(207) 221-4554

McDougall Hall

Angela has been a member of the University New England Community since 1998 and has held various positions within the University particularly in the areas of Residential Education, Student Conduct, and New Student Orientation.  As Title IX Coordinator, she is responsible for the University's compliance under Title IX of the Educational Ammendments of 1972, providing awareness and prevention programming for students, faculty, and staff, and responding to concerns and complaints involving gender equity issues, harrassment, and sexual and relationship violence.... Read More