Assistant Vice President of Finance and Controller, Randolph-Macon College
I have been attending SACUBO conferences for the past 4 years. I am currently serving on the Small Institutions Constituent Committee.
I love to travel to National Parks.
I volunteered because I wanted to give back to the worthy mission of higher education. The value of connecting with peers and providing opportunities to improve higher education are exciting and essential.
Director, Finance and Treasury, Rollins College
I have been involved with SACUBO since April 2017 in a variety of arenas. I served as Host Committee Chair for the 2019 Annual Meeting, as a member on the Small Institutions Constituent Committee, and now as an At Large Board member for small institutions. This year, I will be working with the Best Practices Committee and the ad hoc Business Partner Relations Committee.
I love to cruise and spend free time learning about the industry, ships, and innovations with cruise travel!
I wanted to give back to an organization that has given me a lot personally and professionally. Networking and getting to know other professionals in our field has proved rewarding and helpful at my own institution as we continue to navigate changing environments.
Executive Vice President of Administration and Finance, Redlands Community College
This is my second year to serve on the Community Colleges Constituent Committee. It is an honor to serve and be able to make a difference! I have attended SACUBO events for over 10 years and love the experience.
I am an avid runner and have completed over 100 races including 26 half marathons. My goal is to run a full marathon before I turn 45. I better get busy!
I volunteer to make a difference. I have been able to network with folks that do what I do and make connections that will last a lifetime. I have found many friends by volunteering for various worthy causes.
Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration, Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas
I first attended a SACUBO Fall Workshop when it was held at The Peabody in Memphis. I was working with the state conducting college and university audits at the time, and I have been attending ever since. I became more heavily involved when I moved to an on-campus community college position. I am serving for a second term on the Community Colleges Constituent Committee.
I have a catering business “on the side.”
Volunteering is a great way to meet and get to know fellow SACUBO members, especially if you are kind of an introvert around large groups! In addition, you make a lot of professional contacts that can serve as valuable resources for bouncing off questions and sharing ideas. I have made many lifelong personal and professional friendships. In fact, I learned about my current position through a SACUBO contact!
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