Finance & Administration
The Finance & Administration team is led by the Vice President for Finance and Administration. The office's primary responsibility is the University's financial management including reporting and monitoring of business functions. In addition, the Finance & Administration team provides support, financial reports and analysis to the campus community, the President's Cabinet, and the Board of Trustees. The departments that fall under Finance and Administration include the Budget Office, the Business Office, Business Continuity & Emergency Management, Facilities Management & Campus Public Safety, Legal Affairs, Purchasing, and University Information Services (UIS).
Brandon Gatke | Interim Vice President of Finance & Administration, University Information Systems, Chief Information Officer/Chief Information Security Officer | email@example.com | 503-352-1510
Rita Barton | Interim Executive Assistant to the Vice President for Finance & Administration, University Information Services (UIS) | firstname.lastname@example.org | 503-352-1511
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION LEADERSHIP TEAM
Lisa Downing | Compliance and HIPAA Privacy Officer | email@example.com | 503-352-2082
Brandon Gatke | University Information Systems, Chief Information Officer/Chief Information Security Officer | firstname.lastname@example.org | 503-352-1510
Sarah Morse | Project Manager | email@example.com | 503-352-2786
Susan Pedersen | Director of Budget Operations & Reporting | firstname.lastname@example.org | 503-352-2017
Amy Rasmussen | Business Continuity & Emergency Manager | email@example.com | 503-352-3011
Karen Rasmussen | Associate Vice President for Finance and Administration and Controller | firstname.lastname@example.org | 503-352-2819
Cindy Schuppert | Director of Facilities Management & Campus Public Safety | email@example.com 503-352-3191
Jennifer Yuegas | Dean of College of Business/University General Counsel | firstname.lastname@example.org | 503-352-2236
Certificates of Insurance Request Forms & Verification of Coverage Letters
Practicum sites, contracts, agreements, and other partnerships may require a Certificate of Insurance. If a contract is involved, it must first be reviewed by the Office of Legal Affairs, who will determine if a certificate of insurance is needed. For a timely response from the University’s insurance agent and underwriter, we ask that you send contracts/agreements to the Office of Legal Affairs two weeks in advance of your request to email@example.com.
If you need an Insurance Certificate, a Verification of Coverage letter, or for all other questions on university insurance, please reach out to the Executive Assistant to the Vice President for Finance & Administration after the contract has been reviewed.