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UNT’s chief budget officer selected as fellow in inaugural program

Beverly Cotton, associate vice president for budget and analytics at UNT, has been named a 2016-17Beverly CottonNational Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) Fellow.

Cotton is among 15 aspiring chief business officers from colleges and universities across the country that were selected to participate in the association’s Fellows program, a new one-year leadership development program designed to provide support, education, and learning opportunities to aspiring chief business officers at colleges and universities.  As inaugural NACUBO Fellows, participants will work with higher education presidents, provosts, and seasoned chief business officers to deepen their knowledge of business management, institutional communications, and the expanding role of chief business officers on college campuses.

Fellows are embarking on their work at a time when higher education faces complex issues on many fronts. The nation's student population is evolving, some institutions are contemplating new tuition strategies, and recent college and university endowment returns are lower than in the past. Meanwhile, the association’s research shows that many current chief business officers are planning their next career move to be retirement.

"With an increasing number of chief business officers expected to retire in the coming years, it is critical that we prepare key talent to lead our industry into the future," said Marta Perez Drake, the association's vice president of professional development. "The Fellows represent the best of the sector's talent pipeline, and we look forward to helping them grow as higher education business professionals."

The Fellows Program will formally kick off during a workshop preceding the NACUBO 2016 Annual Meeting in Montréal this summer.

About the National Association of College and University Business Officers
The association, founded in 1962, is a nonprofit professional organization representing chief administrative and financial officers at more than 2,100 colleges and universities across the country. NACUBO's mission is to advance the economic viability, business practices and support for higher education institutions in fulfillment of their missions. For more information, visit

-- NACUBO News Release

Posted on: Wed 15 June 2016

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