Greetings on behalf of the SACUBO Board of Directors! I am delighted to serve as SACUBO’s President and share with you our association’s strategic plan, goals, and activities for the coming year. SACUBO’s strategic plan is organized around four ideals: Innovate – Educate – Advocate – Lead. Our plan for 2016-2021 establishes goals, and these ideals and goals will drive our efforts and activities in 2019-2020.Continue Reading
2019 Distinguished Business Officer Award:
Bob Brown, senior vice president for finance and administration, University of North Texas.
2019 Service to NACUBO Award:
Ed Kania, vice president of business and finance and treasurer, Rollins College.
2019 Rodney H. Adams Endowment Management Award:
Elizabeth George, director of investments, North Carolina State University.
Congratulations to Wilma Phillips (vice president for finance, Faulkner University) who will serve as the 2019-2020 NACUBO secretary and to Corey Bradford (senior vice president, business affairs, Prairie View A&M University) who joined the NACUBO Board as an at-large member.
The Call for Proposals for Best Practices is now open. Finalist will be invited to showcase their “best practice” at the 2020 Annual Meeting in San Antonio.
Submit your proposal by October 11.Learn More
The SACUBO benchmarking program is now the ACUBO benchmarking program. All four regions (SACUBO, CACUBO, WACUBO, and EACUBO) – known as the “ACUBOs” – participated in the FY 2018 benchmarking program. This program is a customized on-demand peer benchmarking service. It provides for data collection, analysis, and reporting – all in one place. Users can create customized peer groups and filter reports to meet their needs. Best of all, it is FREE for SACUBO institutions.Learn More
Board Member, HBCU and Diversity Coordinator
Board Member at Large Representing Comprehensive and Doctoral Institutions
Chair of the Distinguished Service Committee
Board Member at Large Representing Small Institutions
Board Member, Sponsorship Coordinator