Controller, Auburn University
I have been attending SACUBO workshops and conferences for 19 years. I am currently on the Research Universities Constituent Committee. I was a member of the Audit Committee in the mid-2000s, and I have assisted with a drive-in workshop.
I tap dance.
I wanted to become more involved in SACUBO. I wanted to increase my contacts (through networking) and develop better relationships with business officers from other institutions.
Associate Vice Chancellor, Finance, University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center
I have attended SACUBO conference the past 3 to 4 years. I serve on the Research Universities Constituent Committee.
I like to run in half marathons and backpacking.
I like the part of putting together the conferences and helping build the program. The time commitment in very manageable!
AVP for Business and Finance, Elon University
I have attended conferences since 2013. I am on the Comprehensive and Doctoral Institutions Constituent Committee, and my school has submitted Best Practice proposals.
I grew up on a farm.
I decided to volunteer after talking with the PD Committee Co-Chair and hear about her experiences. This is a great way to meet colleagues.
Associate VP for Financial Services and Controller, Texas A&M-San Antonio
This is my first involvement with SACUBO after 15 years in the CACUBO region. I attended the 2018 Annual Meeting, as well as the 2010 NGCBO program. A&M – San Antonio is a small institution, so I am serving on the Small Institutions Constituent Committee.
I am a big baseball fan, and I invented two advanced metrics for Division I college baseball.
I moved into the SACUBO region. I had been involved with NACUBO and CACUBO for years, and I wanted to continue serving the higher ed industry. I would stress both the educational and networking aspects of volunteering – it’s not just the accounting stuff.
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