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We are pleased to welcome the 2021-2022 NACUBO Board of Directors, chaired by Susan Scroggins, senior vice president for finance and treasurer, Valparaiso University.

The board officers are

Susan Scroggins, chair; senior vice president for finance and treasurer, Valparaiso University
Nicole Trufant, vice chair; senior vice president, finance and administration, University of New England
Keith "Mac" McIntosh, secretary; vice president for information systems and chief information officer, University of Richmond
Robert Moore, immediate past chair; senior vice president, finance and administration, Colorado College
Susan Whealler Johnston, ex officio; president and CEO, NACUBO

New members of the board include

Brad Baca, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Western Colorado University
Angela Blanton, vice president for finance and chief financial officer, Carnegie Mellon University
Hania Ferrara, senior vice president for finance and chief operating officer, Fairleigh Dickinson University
Kelly Fox, executive vice president for administration and finance, Georgia Tech
Clair Knapp, vice president for finance and chief business officer, Manchester University
James S. Matteo, vice president for finance and treasurer, Princeton 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 memberswe look forward to a productive year.

Contact

Katy McCreary

Director, Public Relations

202.861.2503


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