Donna Teague has been named the new vice president for fiscal affairs and administration at the University of Evansville. She has been serving in that position in the interim since January 2017.
Teague came to UE in 2004 in the position of controller and was later promoted to assistant vice president for fiscal affairs. She was named the University’s Administrator of the Year in 2014.
As vice president, Teague will serve as chief financial officer (CFO) and is accountable to the president for all business and fiscal matters of the University. The VPFAA is responsible for the strategic direction and administrative management of financial planning and modeling, business operations, policy development, the University budget and budget processes, accounts payable and receivable, debt management, institutional investments, University-wide contract administration, risk management and insurance, bookstore, dining services and capital construction and renovation projects. With a division of 70 employees, the VPFAA oversees the offices of fiscal affairs, administrative services, technology services, human resources, facilities maintenance and planning, and the university bookstore. Under the umbrella of fiscal affairs, the VPFAA is also the key contact for University legal counsel and contracted institutional dining and facility services.
Teague is a licensed certified public accountant in Indiana and Kentucky, with financial management and accounting experience and public accounting experience in audit, tax, and consulting roles.
She earned her Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Southern Indiana, and her Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Brescia University.
Teague is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants, and the Central Association of College and University Business Officers. She has been a member and president of the Indiana Association of College and University Business Officers. She currently is treasurer for the Tri-State Multiple Sclerosis Association, and has served as treasurer for Girls, Inc., in Owensboro, Kentucky.