Last month, the University of Florida named Curtis Reynolds the university’s vice president for business affairs.
Previously the assistant vice president for the physical plant, Reynolds’s new role will provide leadership and direction to the divisions that comprise UF’s business affairs. The office of the vice president for business affairs provides fiscal and administrative counsel to the executive administration of the university and assures that the institution operates within the legal and regulatory parameters determined by the State of Florida and the Board of Trustees.
Previously, Reynolds was vice provost for facilities management at Miami Dade College, where he was responsible for business affairs on eight campuses located throughout Miami-Dade County.
“One of Curtis’ strongest attributes is the fact that he already had experience managing operations at large, complex campuses before he came to UF,” UF President Bernie Machen said in a news release. “That experience will serve him especially well in his new role here.”
“It is a privilege and honor to have been selected,” Reynolds said. “I hope to positively
impact UF’s business affairs through advancing quality, excelling at service, ensuring safety and maintaining cost for our students, faculty and staff.”