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Senior Governance

University of Baltimore Office of the President

Senior governance is structured to provide input from the academic and student services area; assure continued strategic direction for major University initiatives; coordinate those initiatives across multiple campus units; and strengthen community at UB.

The governance structure consists of the following:

The Cabinet
  • Duties

    • developing and monitoring strategies for successful implementation of critical cross-divisional initiatives consistent with our strategic plan and other top priorities for the University
    • assuring that all units are consulted and fully brought into the process of managing strategic priorities
    • discussing key trends and issues that must be addressed to maintain the University’s success
    • identifying and resolving the adjustments (e.g., resource requirements, procedure changes, policy modifications) needed for larger projects and initiatives
    • deliberating and making final recommendations to construct a responsible and responsive University-wide budget consistent with strategic goals
    • receiving status reports (e.g., enrollment, expenditures, usage rates, etc.).
  • Cabinet Membership


    president

    executive director for presidential operations and special projects

    provost and senior vice president for academic affairs

    senior vice president for administration and finance

    senior vice president for enrollment management and student affairs

    vice president for technology and chief information officer

    vice president of university advancement and communications

    vice president for government and community relations

    vice president for institutional advancement

    vice president for facilities management and capital planning

    associate vice president for administration and finance

    associate vice president for facilities management and capital planning

    associate vice president for student affairs

    associate provost for academic affairs

    assistant vice president for human resources

    assistant vice president for institutional research and analysis

    associate vice president for enrollment services

    associate vice president for admissions

    dean, School of Law

    dean, Merrick School of Business

    dean, College of Public Affairs

    dean, Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences

    chief of police, University of Baltimore Police Department

    director, Langsdale Library

    director, Office of University Relations

    director, Helen P. Denit Honors Program

    director, instructional technologies

The Executive Committee

The Executive Committee, chaired by the President, will be attended by the provost and senior vice president for academic affairs, the senior vice president for administration and finance, the senior vice president for enrollment management and student affairs, the vice president of university advancement and communications, the vice president for technology and chief information officer, dean of the School of Law, dean of the Merrick School of Business, dean of the College of Public Affairs, and dean of the Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences, with support from the executive director for presidential operations and special projects. The Executive Committee will assist in shaping Cabinet meeting agendas, making final decisions on budgets, and advancing sensitive issues related to external University relations. Other staff reporting to the President will join Executive Committee meetings as needed.