Mitchell Wein was appointed Haverford’s senior vice president for administration and finance and treasurer of the Corporation, effective July 2014. The senior vice president serves as the chief administrative officer for the College combining the functions of a chief financial and chief operating officer. In this capacity, the division he oversees includes 200 employees and various departments consisting of Human Resources, Facilities Management and Plant Operations, Campus Safety, the Controller’s Office, Budgeting and Planning, Dining Services, the Bookstore, Central Services, and Summer Programs, Conferences and Events.
Prior to joining Haverford, Mitch spent seven years as Vice President for Finance and Administration, Treasurer at Lafayette College after having worked in the private sector for twenty years, as a Managing Director with UBS Investment Bank/UBS PaineWebber and PNC Capital Markets. Wein served as the Head of PNC’s Public Finance Department and held Series 6, 7, 24, 52, 53, and 63 licenses. His client base primarily consisted of colleges, universities, academic medical centers, and state systems of higher education, among others.
In 2015, Mitch was elected to the Board of Directors of the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO). In 2017, he became the Chair of the Board of the Eastern Association of College and University Business Officers and has been on the EACUBO Board since 2013. Mitch also presently serves on the Advisory Council of Emeriti Retirement Health, an independent, non-profit entity.
Mitch Wein earned his graduate degree, a MS in Public Policy and Management and Industrial Administration, with Distinction, from Carnegie Mellon University and his BS degree, in Economics, from Arizona State University.