Controller, Lander University
I have attended at least one SACUBO conference each year since 2008. I serve on the Comprehensive and Doctoral Institutions Constituent Committee.
I love to kayak, and I rescue dogs who otherwise would be neglected or abused.
I was encouraged to volunteer by Greg Lovins and Patrick Wamsley. Out of my deep respect for them, I enthusiastically volunteered. Serving is extremely rewarding and fun. You meet many new people and make lasting friendships.
Associate Vice President for Finance and Budget, University of South Carolina
I have attended SACUBO events since 2008 for CPE and when working in a College (not Central Administration). I learned about all aspects of campus via SACUBO. The only committee I have served on so far is the Research Universities Constituent Committee – and I want to do more! I spoke at Point Clear (at the Fall Workshop) on a panel. I also am a NACUBO Fellow and moderating a discussion in Austin.
I moved from the Schools of Business and Medicine to Central Administration – which seems to be more unusual than one would think.
I love this group – they are thoughtful, wise, giving, and accessible. Volunteering was a way to have more access to great perspectives and best practices and to promote this to others in higher ed. Attending and fully participating makes my career richer and makes me more effective for my institution.
Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration, Eastern Kentucky University
I have been attending meetings (off and on, as budget permits) for 15 years. I serve on the Comprehensive and Doctoral Institutions Constituent Committee. I also helped with organizing, planning, and coordination of the Annual Meeting when it was held in Louisville.
I love goats – I would be a goat farmer if I were not in higher education.
I decided to volunteer to share my knowledge and experience with others, help the field as much as I can, and help others grow and advance.
Executive Vice President for Business and Administrative Services, Oklahoma Baptist University
I have attended CBMI, Fall Workshops, and Annual Meetings over the years. I am serving on the Small Institutions Constituent Committee.
I am trying to succeed at several Colorado 14,000+ feet peaks.
I was asked to contribute and felt the need to give back.
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