Dr. K. Craig Kent was recently appointed as executive vice president for health affairs. The senior leadership position oversees UVA Health and its clinical enterprise, which spans the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Kent previously served as dean of The Ohio State University College of Medicine, vice president for health sciences and the Leslie H. and Abigail S. Wexner Dean’s Chair in Medicine.
The Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy has named Craig Lindqvist the new associate dean for administration. Lindqvist will succeed Bill Ashby as the chief financial and administrative officer for the school.
Mira Waller joins the University Library serving as the Associate University Librarian for Research and Learning Services. Previously she served as the Head of the Research Engagement Department at the North Carolina State University Libraries where she led and oversaw a department that provided expertise and services to enhance research and academic engagement; coordinated management of the Libraries’ high-tech spaces; and explored ways to partner with the NC State community throughout the research and academic enterprise.
As the Workday Financials Implementation Lead, Jackie is responsible for providing overall leadership and subject matter expertise in the implementation of Workday Financial Management, as well as managing the technical aspects of the project including business process configuration, integrations & conversions, and tenant management.
Rob Allen previously joined UVA from Tulane University in New Orleans where he served as Assistant Vice President for Advancement. Formerly serving as Executive Director for Development at UVA, Rob now continues to serve the advancement community at Associate Vice President.
Erica has an extensive background in fitness, sport and recreation management spanning a career of 28 years. For the last 20 years she has worked at UVA in the IMRec, Athletics and Human Resources departments providing program, project and personnel management including oversight of IMRec internal, daily operations, spear-heading many initiatives like the Hoo’s Well employee wellness program, the Ufirst HR Transformation project and establishing two academic classes within the Kinesiology department to name a few.