Camy Broeker appointed IUPUI vice chancellor for finance and administration
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Chancellor Nasser H. Paydar has appointed Camy Broeker as IUPUI's vice chancellor for finance and administration, following a national search.
Broeker, associate vice chancellor for finance at IUPUI since 2008, will assume her new position Jan. 1. She has served as IUPUI’s interim vice chancellor for finance and administration since October 2015.
As vice chancellor for finance and administration, Broeker will be responsible for financial oversight of the IUPUI campus and its approximately $1.3 billion operating budget. Her responsibilities will include planning, managing and evaluating the campus operations of Administrative Services, Auxiliary Services, Budget, Bursar, Financial Services, Campus Facility Services, Parking Services and Human Resources. The vice chancellor also serves as liaison to university administration in the areas of Public Safety, Purchasing, and Environmental Health and Safety for the IUPUI campus. She will provide campus oversight for emergency management and continuity of operations.
Broeker will report to Paydar and serve on his cabinet. She will also be a member of the Indiana University Fiscal Council, with secondary reporting to IU’s chief financial officer.
“With her three decades of service to the IUPUI campus, Camy has developed the depth of experience and knowledge that equip her well for this new leadership role,” Paydar said. “As IUPUI has grown, she has skillfully shepherded building projects, supported professional development, demanded accountability and, most recently, successfully created and implemented IUPUI’s banded tuition program. Camy’s expertise as a steward of university resources means that every dollar spent on this campus is spent wisely.”
Broeker’s experience at IUPUI began in 1986, when she worked as the budget coordinator in the department then known as telecommunications. She continued to hold financial services roles for about 20 years in telecommunications and administrative affairs. In 2007, she was named assistant vice chancellor for budget and finance; a year later, she became associate vice chancellor for finance.
"I love IUPUI and feel a personal responsibility for my colleagues here who make it so great," Broeker said. "I welcome this new opportunity to ensure that we are good stewards of the money entrusted to the university by our students, our donors and funders, and the state of Indiana, and that we have processes in place to keep students, staff and faculty safe and secure."
Broeker earned her bachelor's and master’s degrees from the IU Kelley School of Business.
She succeeds Dawn Rhodes, who is now chief business and finance officer and vice president at University of Maryland, Baltimore.
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