• Sun. May 26th, 2024

Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration Named

Rev. Joseph G. Marina, S.J., president of The University of Scranton, announced that Timothy P. Doyle has been named senior vice president for finance and administration at Scranton, effective July 1, 2024.  He will also serve as a member of the President’s Cabinet.

“Throughout his career, Timothy Doyle has established a track record of working in collaboration with academic leadership to build partnerships around transformational initiatives to establish and meet long-range, sustainable financial plans,” said Father Marina in the campus announcement about the appointment. “He brings with him an impressive history of leadership experience in finance and administration in higher education, research institutions and the military, with the perspective of a foundation laid at Catholic elementary and secondary schools and a Jesuit college.”          

The senior vice president for finance and administration serves as the chief financial officer of the University and is responsible for the ethical, thoughtful and strategic stewardship of the University’s financial portfolio. Stewarding the operating budget and financial planning efforts; oversight and growth of the University’s endowment; supporting the academic mission; oversight of the advancement of the University’s technological infrastructure; capital projects and space utilization; and sustainability efforts; are all areas of responsibility for this position. The University’s associate vice president of facilities management, the associate vice president of information technology, the assistant vice president of budget and financial planning and the controller all report to the senior vice president for finance and administration.

Doyle most recently served as president and chief operating officer at the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) in New York City, where he was responsible for a $250 million operating budget and 225 staff members in finance and accounting, human resources, information management, marketing and communications, legal affairs, enterprise program management and facilities.

From 2015 to 2021, Doyle was the chief operating officer and treasurer at the Carnegie Institution for Science in Washington, D.C., where he was responsible for $100 million operating budget, 49 facilities and 100 employees. He was also a member of the institute’s strategic planning committee which looked to identify future areas of science, university partnerships and sustainable financial models.

Doyle also served as associate dean for finance and chief financial officer for Harvard University’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, where he led efforts to create a multi-year financial planning and modeling tool to generate five-year financial forecasts and financial feasibility analysis of new academic and funding initiatives. Prior to his work at Harvard, he was Vice President of Financial Operations at Fidelity Investments and Director of Operations at Rand McNally.

Doyle earned his bachelor’s degree from Boston College and an executive MBA, summa cum laude, from Suffolk University. He participated in ROTC at Boston College and subsequently served on active duty for three years and with the Army Reserve for a decade, before leaving military service as a Captain in 1995. He also pursued additional graduate and executive education programs at the Institute for Educational Management at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education.


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