Navigating Change: The Podcast from Teibel Education

Gerald Hector brings IT Insight to the Finance Office — Part 1

Episode Summary

Gerald Hector is Vice President for Finance and Administration at Ithaca College. He serves as chief financial officer with administrative oversight to the offices of Auxiliary Services, Digital Instruction and Information Services, Facilities, and Business and Finance, as well as providing support and direction for all of the College's financial endeavors. But he started in technology, and in his work understanding the requirements of the role, he cultivated a set of skills unique to finance. Today, we’re talking about the CBO-CIO relationship, and the fundamental changes ahead in how we impact our most important constituency: our students. **Links & Notes** - [Enlightening IT](http://www.nacubo.org/Business_Officer_Magazine/Magazine_Archives/March_2016/Enlightening_IT.html "Enlightening IT — NACUBO Business Officer Magazine") — NACUBO Business Officer Magazine - [Navigating the New Normal White Paper](http://www.southerneducation.org/NavigatingNewNormal.aspx "Navigating the New Normal White Paper — Southern Education Foundation") — Southern Education Foundation - [Gerald Hector Series at The HBCU Nation](https://soundcloud.com/thehbcunation/sets/gerald-hector "Gerald Hector Series at The HBCU Nation — SoundCloud") — SoundCloud

Episode Notes

Gerald Hector is Vice President for Finance and Administration at Ithaca College. He serves as chief financial officer with administrative oversight to the offices of Auxiliary Services, Digital Instruction and Information Services, Facilities, and Business and Finance, as well as providing support and direction for all of the College's financial endeavors. But he started in technology, and in his work understanding the requirements of the role, he cultivated a set of skills unique to finance. Today, we’re talking about the CBO-CIO relationship, and the fundamental changes ahead in how we impact our most important constituency: our students.

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