Beginning today, UNO Business and Finance welcomes Anne Embree as the university's new Director of Budget and Fiscal Analysis. She takes over for Kathy Pfeiffer, who recently retired after 40 years at UNO.
In her new role, Embree will be responsible for overseeing, administering and managing the campus-wide university budget and related reporting.
She comes to UNO directly from the Provost's Office at University of Nebraska Central Administration, where she most recently served as a data analytics specialist.
In joining UNO, Embree brings a comprehensive background and extensive knowledge of the University of Nebraska budget, budget polices, data analytics and financial management.
“I am so excited to serve Nebraska’s Metropolitan University," Embree says. "UNO is all about student success and student success changes lives and strengthens communities.”
Anne graduated Cum Laude from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in Business Administration and holds a CPA certificate from the State of Nebraska.
Doug Ewald, vice chancellor for business, finance and business development, says that Embree's knowledge and familiarity with the University of Nebraska system will be a significant asset to UNO.
"With Kathy's retirement, after her years of service to UNO’s budget office, it was important to find someone that could take over and hit the ground running," Ewald says. "Anne is that person. She is a great addition to not only the UNO budget office, but to my leadership team and to the entire campus. I look forward to working with Anne.”
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