Post-pandemic CFOs must help their institutions chart a path forward despite reduced income as HEERF runs its course, a pending economic downturn, and the ever-nearing enrollment cliff. There are two choices: face the data head on or run from it.
Auburn University and University of Alabama - two SEC rivals - share one thing in common: a relentless pursuit of actionable data to inform strategic planning and academic, administrative investments.
Watch the webinar replay to hear from Kelli Shomaker, SVP for Business & Administration and CFO (Auburn University), and Adam Tate, Executive Director of Finance (Univesity of Alabama) on ways business officers must embrace data to overcome the stigma of the “budget blocker” given the challenging financial landscape ahead, and evolve as strategic shepherds and investors of the institutional mission.
What's Included In This Webinar
- How to identify key data sources that can serve to initiate conversations related to strategic planning and resource investments and allocation;
- How Auburn University and the University of Alabama recognized where their institution's unique goals and challenges will define investments and differ from peer institutions;
- New pathways to achieve financial sustainability in a data-informed, people-first approach;
- Student employment opportunities and its impact on financial sustainability and employee satisfaction, with a broader lens toward student success outcomes.