The New Business Officers (NBO) Program is designed to provide resources, information, and guidance to those new to the Chief Business Officer role within a higher education setting. Throughout the four-afternoon, online workshop, participants will examine the complexities of the role and learn from experienced chief business officers, presidents, provosts, NACUBO experts, and other significant higher education representatives. Key issues for the success of every new business officer will be covered.
Attendance at the New Business Officers Program is limited to first-time chief business and financial officers who report directly to a president or chancellor and who have been in their current positions for less than three years. Business officers interested in this program will need to complete a short questionnaire. If the business officer meets the program eligibility requirements, a registration link will be sent to the applicant via email.
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What You Will Learn
NACUBO’s professional development programs are designed to deliver the skills, concepts, and best practices for success to individuals in the business of higher education. The following course information is provided to help you determine the best learning experience to meet your needs
Demonstrate an understanding of the elements to develop relationships with key constituents on campus.
Develop a set of tools and strategies to navigate the complexities on the chief business officer role.
Discuss and gain insight on current topics and issues facing chief business officers working in higher education.
Who Should Attend
Chief Financial Officers
Vice Presidents for Finance and/or Administration
Meet The Presenters
Janice Abraham, , United Educators
Guilbert Brown, Consultant, Millersville University of Pennsylvania
Leslie Brunelli, senior vice chancellor for finance and treasurer, University of Denver
Bronte Burleigh-Jones, , Dickinson College
Terri Dautcher, , NACUBO Consulting Service
Karen Davis, , California Lutheran University
Bryan Dickson, director, student financial services and educational programs, NACUBO
David English, , Denison University
J. Michael Gower, , Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey New Brunswick Campus
Laura Hubbard, vice president for finance and administration, State University of New York at Buffalo
Edward Kania, , Rollins College
Carol Kissal, , George Mason University
Wendy Libby, , Stetson University
Keith McIntosh, , University of Richmond
Lander Medlin, , APPA-Leadership in Educational Facilities
Kerry Pannell, , Council of Independent Colleges
Rose Pascarell, , George Mason University
Vilas Prabhu, , Millersville University of Pennsylvania
Amir Rahnamay-Azar, , Syracuse University
Ronald Rhames, , Midlands Technical College
Gregory Sanial, , Grand Valley State University
Susan Scroggins, , Valparaiso University
Robert Shea, Jr, , University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Aletha Shipley, , Columbus State Community College
Tokumbo Shobowale, , The New School
Nicole Trufant, , University of New England
Jean Vock, , University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Matthew Ward, , California Lutheran University
Teri Zamora, , San Jacinto College District
Estimated 10.5 CPE Credits
NACUBO is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website www.nasbaregistry.org.
Business officers interested in this program will need to complete a short questionnaire. If the business officer meets the program eligibility requirements, a registration link will be sent to the applicant via email.
Member Registration Fee: $249
Nonmember Registration Fee: $425
Member StandardEnded July 16, 2021
Non-Member Non-MemebrEnded July 16, 2021
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