At the University of Virginia, scholars and professors exercise their ingenuity, develop the tools of self-governance, and push the boundaries of knowledge in service to the common good. Founded in 1819 by Thomas Jefferson as a public university designed to advance human knowledge, educate leaders, and cultivate an informed citizenry, for nearly 200 years the University has expanded in impact and scope, including an internationally esteemed School of Nursing established to enhance discovery and provide for service to all.
The College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences (A&S) is seeking a Senior Budget Analyst. With an annual budget of $330+ Million, the Senior Budget Analyst will work with all aspects of the A&S budget. As a newly created role, the Senior Budget Analyst will report directly to the Senior Director for Financial Planning and Analysis.
Stephen D. Mull is Vice Provost for Global Affairs at the University of Virginia, effective August 1st. In this role he is the primary lead on global relations at the University, responsible for developing a strategic vision, designing outreach, and overseeing international activities. Steve will oversee institutional development of global partnerships and develop a wide array of services, programs, experiences, and strategic partnerships that promote global imagination within the university community.
Since 2010, Hernandez has been a partner at the Charter School Growth Fund, leading the nonprofit’s Innovative Schools practice. In this role, he helped develop and deploy new K-12 learning models in public schools across the country. Hernandez brings to UVA his expertise in linking great instruction with educational technology, as well as years of experience expanding high-quality education programs.
Davis is senior vice president for finance and administration at George Mason University, a position she has held since 2013. Prior to that, she served as vice president for finance and administration at the University of Delaware.
Magill is dean and Richard E. Lang Professor of Law at Stanford Law School, a position she has held since 2012. Before becoming Stanford Law School’s 13th dean, Magill was on the faculty at UVA’s School of Law for 15 years, serving most recently as vice dean, the Joseph Weintraub–Bank of America Distinguished Professor of Law and the Elizabeth D. and Richard A. Merrill Professor.
For nearly two decades, Jeremy Duff has led hundreds of high profile executive level searches in the U.S. and worldwide in the private and public sectors. Most recently he led the creation of the University of Virginia’s Talent Recruitment operation through the University’s total HR transformation for two years and is now back as the Director of Recruitment for the University of Virginia’s Executive Search Group in the President’s Office, a position he held previously for six years.
The Miller Center is seeking a gifted advancement professional to help pursue its vision of inspiring American leaders with insights that advance democratic institutions and the public good. A nonpartisan research unit of the University of Virginia, the Miller Center has established itself as the leading center of learning, publication, and public dialogue on the U.S. presidency. Its record of success includes working closely with the administrations, libraries, and foundations of every presidency since Herbert Hoover.
Bryanna joined the Executive Search Group in June 2018 as a Recruiting Associate. In this role she will work closely with the search consultants on high level searches and process improvement projects. In addition, she will serve as the Special Assistant to the Executive Director, Catherine Lindqvist.
Tommye S. Sutton, deputy chief of police at Northwestern University, has been named assistant vice president and chief of police at the University of Virginia, effective Aug. 1. Sutton will succeed Mike Gibson, who is retiring after leading the University Police Department for nearly 13 years. Gibson started his career at UVA as a patrol officer in 1982.
At Northwestern, Sutton has overseen all patrol, investigations, special event planning, security operations and the administrative functions on the Evanston and Chicago campuses since 2015.