What are Service Centers? They are organization-wide collections of resources and actions to help you do your job and make your life and work at the AFSC more productive, engaged and convenient.  Although each Service Center is dedicated to a different functional area, they share a common design to make them more intuitive to understand and use.
The list below shows the active service center. Click here to view other upcoming or suggested service centers, or contact the IT Helpdesk (helpdesk@afsc.org) with any suggestions for other service centers.

Service Centers that have been identified or are being worked on

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Donald Davis

At AFSC we are purposefully striving to live into the belief that all people are created equal and to reject all forms of discrimination and oppression.  In our policies, procedures, communications, and programming, we hope to be a witness to the world of the true power of diversity and inclusion, and, on an even deeper level, the world-changing power of community, equality and justice.  We hope you find this Diversity and Equity Center a helpful resource in all that you do here at AFSC, as well as in your own personal and professional development.  Let us journey, together, to transform our organization, our communities, our world, and ourselves.

Ewuare Osayande
  • Need help with a concern, dispute, or conflict?
  • Contact the Chief Diversity Officer
  • Take the Unconscious Bias Test
  • Schedule your IDI Feedback Session

The Employment Service Center provides information on how people are hired into AFSC and what steps to take in order to initiate the hiring and onboarding process. You will also find resources for planning and assisting in all hires.

Alyssa Eagan
  • Plan to Hire

The purpose of the Innovation Center is to share innovative ideas and ways to work together here at the AFSC.

Stephen Rockwell
  • Suggest an idea or post a question
  • Get Support Materials for Pilot
  • Vote on an Idea
The purpose of the IT Service Center is to provide advice and support in solving your technical needs.
Richard Jenner


  • Submit Helpdesk Ticket
  • Request/Change or Delete a Network account
  • Request a new Star Clip

The purpose of the Learning Center is to provide access to learning resources and opportunities to help you perform your job better.  We offer a variety of high-quality online and video courses from LINGOs and Lynda, as well custom made AFSC videos and other video/web-based resources.  In addition, we’re interested in hearing what YOU would like to learn about, and invite you to SHARE learning resources you know about with the rest of the AFSC Family.

Larry Goldfield

  • Take a course!
  • Help me find learning resources about a topic

The purpose of the Meeting Support Center is to support your meeting needs, including training and technology support.

Larry Goldfield


  • Schedule meeting support

This Center is here as a resource for information related to AFSC program planning and evaluation. Here you will find a collection of resources related to program planning, monitoring and evaluation that may be of use to you as you plan effective programs.

Richelle Todd-Yamoah
Anne Thompson

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Stephen Rockwell
Harold Pugh

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Lisa Oliveri

The Star Café Service Center provides tools to help you understand, navigate, and manage your work in the Star Cafe.

Seth Horwitz

  • Edit My Profile
  • Change My Password
  • Star Directory Search
  • Star Cafe Feedback

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Harold Pugh