The Service to NACUBO Award recognizes outstanding individual contributions to NACUBO professional development programs and publications.
Edward A. Kania - Rollins College
Edward A. Kania, vice president of business and finance and treasurer at Rollins College (FL), received the Service to NACUBO Award for his numerous contributions to the association, including as a faculty member for the Future Business Officers Program and as a peer mentor for new business officers. He is a past member of the NACUBO Small Constituents Council and also is active in regional affiliates, serving as a past chair of EACUBO’s Small College Committee and a member of SACUBO’s Small Institutions Constituent Committee. Kania also has participated in NACUBO events, podcasts, and publications
Corey S. Bradford - Prairie View A&M University
Corey S. Bradford Sr., senior vice president of business affairs at Prairie View A&M University (TX), received the Service to NACUBO Award for his numerous contributions to the association, including as a faculty member for the Future Business Officers Program and on the advisory committee for the 2016 National Profile of Higher Education Chief Business Officers. Bradford also has participated on the Comprehensive and Doctoral Institutions Council, and he conceptualized the Business of the University Conference, which his institution hosts in conjunction with NACUBO and its southern affiliate, SACUBO.
Listen to Corey Bradford’s CBO Speaks podcast, where he shares insights on growing into financial leadership, campus grown and deep mission-level investment in the broader civic community economic development.
Brontè Burleigh-Jones - Dickinson College
Charles Tegen - Clemson University
Cynthia Teniente-Matson - Texas A&M University, San Antonio
Ruth Johnston - University of Washington
Dennis W. Reedy - Indiana University
Award not presented
Award not presented
David R. Glezerman - Temple University