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Kevin R. Seitz named Interim Vice President for Finance and Administration
Monday, March 07, 2016

Kevin R. Seitz named Interim Vice President for Finance and Administration

Interim Vice President for Finance and Administration Kevin Seitz

President Virginia Horvath has announced that Kevin R. Seitz has been appointed as Interim Vice President for Finance and Administration, beginning March 7, with his appointment to continue through Dec. 31. She added the interim appointment will allow for a smooth transition through the budget process, summer facilities projects, and completion of the Rockefeller Arts Center addition. The plan is to undertake a national search for a Vice President in the fall.

Mr. Seitz will oversee all areas of the Division of Finance and Administration: Finance/Budget; Environmental Health, Safety, and Sustainability; Facilities Planning; Facilities Services; Human Resources; Internal Controls; University Services; and the Faculty Student Association.

With an undergraduate degree in business and an M.B.A. from the State University of New York at Buffalo, Mr. Seitz was employed at UB for more than 30 years in increasingly responsible administrative roles, including Controller and Vice President for University Services. He then served for five years as the Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance at East Carolina University (Greensboro), with significant accomplishments in financial planning and management, capital projects and business operations. He became the Associate Vice Chancellor for Finance at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and later held the position of the Interim Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration, with responsibilities for the university's $2.4 billion budget and more than 2,000 employees.

Mr. Seitz left North Carolina in 2014 to return to Western New York to retire, and most recently has been serving as the Controller of the Parent Network of Western New York.

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