Finance

   Charles Perusse
   Chief Operating Officer
   919-962-4598
 
  • Charlie is the Chief Operating Officer for the University of North Carolina, addressing the internal and campus-focused administrative operations of the University System.  He reports to the President of the University and works collaboratively with the UNC Board of Governors, key executives within NC State Government, UNC-General Administration staff, and Chief Financial Officers from the unique seventeen campuses of the University of North Carolina to accomplish strategic financial and operational priorities.  The position serves as a senior manager of the Finance, UNC FIT, UNC-GA Services Office, Human Resources, Information Technology, and University Advancement offices.
   Sylvia Cooper
   Executive Assistant to Chief Operating Officer
   919-962-4605
 
  • Sylvia maintains the Chief Operating Officer's calendar; coordinates the scheduling of meetings, events, and travel; and provides other administrative support as required.  Responsibilities include coordinating agenda and related items for the Committee on Budget and Finance of the Board of Governors; preparing minutes of meetings and communication to campuses related to actions of the Board. 

Jonathan Pruitt
Senior Associate Vice President for Finance 
919-962-4600

  • Jonathan serves as the leader and senior member of the budget and financial management team at UNC-General Administration with responsibility for preparing the University's unified budget request, tuition and fee setting, treasury and debt management, property and facilities, performance and enrollment funding and financial forecasting.  He reports to the Chief Operating Officer and works collaboratively with the UNC-GA staff and the Chief Financial Officers of the seventeen campuses to accomplish strategic financial priorities of the University.
    Rich Cox
    Deputy Program Manager - Bond Program
    919-883-5808
 
  • Rich is a member of the capital team.  Primary responsibilities include:  Primavera scheduling system applications and management, including cash flow reporting and ad hoc data requests.
      Ezgi Kaya
     Financial Analyst
     919-962-4604
 
  • Ezgi is a member of the current operations team.  Primary responsibilities include: evaluating potential fiscal impacts to policies, information request analysis, and external reporting.
     Erin Schwie Langston
     Assistant Vice President for Finance
     919-962-4609


  • Erin is a member of the current operations team.  Primary responsibilities include:  performance-based funding, enrollment funding model, financial aid budget, cost of attendance analysis, and treasury and debt management.  She also completes fiscal analyses and reports for the Board of Governors and the constituent institutions.
   Kevin MacNaughton
   Interim Associate Vice President for Finance & University Property Officer 
   919-515-2732
 
  • Kevin is a member of the capital team.  Primary responsibilities include:  capital budget development and execution, Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) initiatives, administering UNC's real property transactions and leases and liaison to governmental agencies on issues involving capital facilities and real property matters.

 Andrea Poole
 Assistant Vice President for Finance
 919-962-3136

  • Andrea is a member of the current operations team.  Primary responsibilities include: development and execution of the University's operating budget (continuation and expansion budgets), conducting mandated University and/or legislative program reviews and studies, support to UNC constituent institutions, Board of Governors, Fiscal Research Division and Office of State Budget and Management.  

 Angelisa Riggsbee
 Administrative Support Specialist
 919-962-4607

  • Angelisa is a member of the current operations and the audit and compliance teams.  Primary responsibilities include:  operating budget, BOG Audit Committee support, SEI/UNC Disclosure of Substantial Interests, web-based applications (expansion budget, vacant positions, UFDM) and Budget Revision System.
     Jeanine Rose
     Accounting Technician for Capital Improvements
     919-962-4608
 
  • Jeanine is a member of the capital team.  Primary responsibilities include:  capital budget, CAPSTAT Administrator and capital improvement projects management, Budget Revision and Financial Records System, HUB and Utility reporting and web-based advertisements for design and construction.
     Karen Russell
     University Program Specialist 
     919-962-4606
 
  • Karen is a member of the current operations team.  Primary responsibilities include:  tuition and fees, expansion budget preparation, debt management, legislative/information requests & Distinguished Professors Endowment Trust Fund reports.
     Gordon Rutherford
     University Architect
     919-962-0462
 
  • Gordon is a member of the capital team.  Primary responsibilities include:  CM at Risk construction method, design and construction management of UNC-GA projects.
     Miriam Tripp
     Special Projects Officer
 
  • Miriam is a member of the capital team.  Primary responsibilities include:  energy management, CAPSTAT system applications and management, web-based advertisements for design and construction, reporting on HUB participation, ad hoc data requests & design and construction website updates.
     Michael Vollmer
     Assistant Vice President for Finance
     919-843-5185
 
  • Michael serves as the UNC-GA Budget Officer.  Primary responsibilities include managing the UNC-GA general operating and capital improvement certified, authorized, continuation, and expansion budget; position control management; and business processes analysis/process and efficiency re-engineering studies.
  Jonathan Womer
  Associate Vice President for Finance and Economic Analysis 
  919-962-4601
 
  • Jonathan is a member of the current operations team.  Primary responsibilities include: recommending and implementing policy and/or budget changes in support of the mission of the University and its strategic plan.  This includes project management, conducting cost-benefit, economic, and fiscal analyses to quantitatively evaluate the overall impact of policy proposals and implementation.