Business executive Patrick D. Hogan has been named executive vice president and chief operating officer at the University of Virginia.
Hogan, who spent more than 35 years with the accounting and professional services firm Ernst & Young, was chosen for the job by President Teresa A. Sullivan and endorsed by the university’s board of visitors.
Hogan succeeds Michael Strine, who resigned in the wake of campus turmoil last June in which the board forced Sullivan to resign but then reinstated her two weeks later.
The new CFO will oversee the financial affairs of the university and each of its schools and divisions, including the Medical Center. In addition, several key operational and administrative areas, such as human resources, facilities management, real estate and public safety, will report to him.
Hogan, who lives in Charlottesville, held leadership and management roles with Ernst & Young in the U.S., Asia and the United Kingdom. His background includes accounting, finance, risk management, compliance, operations and business processes. He also has experience in corporate governance and strategy.
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