Administrative appointments recently were announced by the University of Notre Dame.
Erin Oliver will serve as the university’s first assistant vice president for institutional equity in college’s office of human resources. Trent Grocock, who serves as associate vice president for financial planning and analysis was appointed vice president for finance.
A Notre Dame alumna, Oliver served as the director and Title IX coordinator at Purdue University in West Lafayette. Oliver will provide leadership, oversight and support in the areas of harassment, discrimination, affirmative action and equal opportunity.
Oliver has more than 10 years of experience in law, conflict resolution and Title IX and ADA compliance and training. She has a bachelor’s degree in American studies and a minor in anthropology and earned a law degree from Michigan State University in 2012.
Grocock will direct the offices of the controller, treasury services, budget, procurement services, financial planning and analysis, and the northeast neighborhood redevelopment. His responsibilities will include oversight of university budgets, capital planning, treasury management, procurement, real estate acquisitions and development, financial reporting and analysis, accounting and financial services, the tax department, research and sponsored programs accounting, payroll and accounts payable.
He is a graduate of Notre Dame with a bachelor’s degree in finance. Grocock returned to the university in 2001 as a senior financial analyst.
Prior to his return to Notre Dame, Grocock served in finance positions with MCI Communications and GE Capital.
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