CU appoints Marturano as university system chief financial officer – Greeley Tribune
DENVER — The University of Colorado has appointed Chad Marturano as vice president and chief financial officer of CU’s system administration.
Marturano has been with CU for over eight years. He has served as Senior Associate Vice President of Commercial Operations and Interim Chief Financial Officer since July 2021.
“Chad has a strong understanding and deep knowledge of CU’s budget and finances,” CU President Todd Saliman said in a written statement. “He also has significant multi-level experience and expertise in public education funding in Colorado, which has prepared him extremely well for this role.
“I am grateful for his leadership and advocacy, not just on behalf of CU, but for all of Colorado’s higher education.”
CU has an annual budget of $5.5 billion. Marturano’s duties will include providing budget and financial advice to Saliman and the Board, working with campus finance directors and their teams, managing the team in the budget and finance division of the system administration of CU and the function of administrative officer of the board of directors of CU. ‘ Finance Committee. The position is a member of the President’s leadership team.
Prior to working at CU, Marturano served as Director of Legislative Affairs at the Colorado Department of Higher Education. Previously, he was a senior consultant with the public school finance unit of the Colorado Department of Education. He also served as a senior executive and budget analyst in the Office of State Planning and Budgeting in former Governor Bill Ritter’s administration.
“I am humbled and honored to be selected for this position, and I look forward to continuing my work with university leadership and my campus colleagues to ensure that CU remains financially strong,” Marturano said. “Our work plays an important role in supporting academic success and research excellence at CU.”
Marturano earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Colorado State University and a master’s degree in political science from the University of Colorado at Denver.
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