Dennis Brown | May 30, 2019
Trent Grocock, associate vice president for financial planning and analysis at the University of Notre Dame, has been appointed the University’s vice president for finance, effective June 10. He succeeds Shannon Cullinan, who made the appointment as Notre Dame’s incoming executive vice president.
“Trent is a widely respected leader with an extraordinary commitment to stewarding the University’s resources,” Cullinan said. “His forward-looking mindset, collaborative approach and commitment to Notre Dame’s mission make him an ideal person for this important leadership role.”
As the vice president for finance, Grocock will direct the offices of the Controller, Treasury Services, Budget, Procurement Services, Financial Planning and Analysis, and the Northeast Neighborhood Redevelopment. His responsibilities will include oversight of University budgets, capital planning, treasury management, procurement, real estate acquisitions and development, financial reporting and analysis, accounting and financial services, the tax department, research and sponsored programs accounting, payroll and accounts payable.
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