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We are pleased to welcome the 2020-2021 Board of Directors, chaired by Robert Moore, senior vice president, finance and administration, treasurer, and acting co-president at Colorado College.

The board officers are:

  • Robert Moore, chair, acting co-president, treasurer, and senior vice president for finance and administration, Colorado College
  • Susan Scroggins, vice chair, senior vice president for finance and treasurer, Valparaiso University
  • Susan A. Maddux, secretary, vice president for finance and administration, Furman University
  • Lynn V. Valenter, past chair, vice chancellor for finance and operations, Washington State University, Vancouver 

New members of the board include:

  • John Crawford, assistant vice chancellor for business management and chief financial officer, Texas A&M Engineering Program
  • Lisa Frace, senior associate vice chancellor and chief finance and budget officer, University of California, Davis
  • Brian Gutierrez, vice chancellor for finance and administration, Texas Christian University
  • Bob Swanson, controller and chief accounting officer, Bowling Green State University

NACUBO’s board sets the strategic direction for the association and provides advice and oversight during and between its regular meetings. Thank you to all our board members – we look forward to a productive year.


Katy McCreary

Senior Manager, Public Relations


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