Treasurer, Chief Financial Officer
Cory Nomura has served the University as the chief financial officer and treasurer since November 2008. He has been with the University since June 1991.
As the chief financial officer, Nomura's primary responsibilities are providing fiscal management oversight and participating in the development of strategic planning initiatives for the University. He serves on several University planning committees and interfaces regularly with the Board of Trustees.
Since June 1991, Nomura has served in multiple key business and finance leadership positions, to include: business/financial analyst for the Alfred North Whitehead Center (now known as the School of Business and School of Education); project manager for conversions of the University’s administrative software system and Year 2000 (Y2K); director of administrative services; and interim budget officer.
Prior to joining the University, he was a senior financial analyst and examiner for the United States Department of the Treasury, and financial institutional internal auditor.
Nomura earned his bachelor of science degree in business administration with a concentration in accounting from the California State University at Long Beach, and a master of business administration degree from the University of Redlands.
Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer
Reporting to the executive vice president and chief operating officer, the chief financial officer and treasurer is a member of the President’s Cabinet. He has the following areas of responsibility: budget, financial services, public safety, administrative services (University bookstore, duplicating center, project management), real estate, risk management, and emergency preparedness.