Our leadership team brings a depth of experience, a passion for education and a dedication to service.
Sister Donna Jurick, SND, serves as the executive vice president of the university and the interim dean of Academic Affairs. Jurick is a member of the university president’s administrative staff and staffs the Board of Trustees’ Institutional Oversight and Academic Affairs Committee. Areas of oversight include: Athletics, Institutional Assessment, Institutional Effectiveness and Research, Professional Education, Registrar’s Office, Sponsored Programs, and The Munday Library.
Paige Booth leads the university’s integrated recruitment and marketing efforts, orchestrating the resources of the offices of Admission, Student Financial Services and Marketing to achieve the university’s strategic enrollment growth goals.
Cristina Bordin manages the President’s Office, supports the President and senior leadership of the university on a range of strategic issues, and plans the Board of Trustees meetings, and leadership meetings and retreats. She also coordinates campus-wide sustainability efforts.
Christie Campbell is a leader of the Marketing Office, which is responsible for communicating the St. Edward’s University story to increase engagement, attract resources and achieve the university’s goals.
Bill Clabby serves as a catalyst for the university’s international programs and activities that prepare students to live and work in an interconnected world.
Doris Constantine guides students and their families through the financial aid process.
Erin Delffs oversees the areas of accounting, budget and planning, business/data analytics, student accounts, and tax and treasury for the university.
Joe DeMedeiros manages campaigns designed to increase major giving.
Cyndy Johnson oversees Business Services which includes the service areas of Payroll, Accounts Payable, Procurement, Ragsdale Center, Mail and Copy Services and other auxiliaries.
Lisa Kirkpatrick provides supervisory leadership to the offices of Residence Life and Student Life, as well as the Health & Counseling Center and Dean of Students Office. She also oversees the university’s Title IX compliance, education and investigation efforts.
Kimberly Kvaal’s areas of responsibility include finance, facilities, human resources, auxiliaries, public safety, and risk management. She also oversees the university’s annual operating budget and endowment.
Tracy Manier oversees the recruitment and admission operations for all student audiences, including undergraduate, graduate and adult undergraduate.
Molly Minus oversees student academic issues and policies and facilitates support services necessary for efficient operation of the college.
Bhuban Pandey evaluates institutional effectiveness and outcomes, conducts research and analysis needed for institutional planning and decision-making, and manages the function of internal and external reporting.
Lori West Peterson’s office manages and coordinates faculty development in teaching, scholarship and creative expression, advising, and pedagogical innovation. She also oversees faculty participation in the university’s global initiatives as well as the academic program review process.
Michael W. Peterson is responsible for all facility construction and maintenance on the university’s 160-acre campus. He also chairs the Environmental Stewardship and Bell committees.
Rosemary Samora Rudnicki oversees Human Resources which includes recruitment, employee relations, benefits, compensation and training for the university community.
Justin Sloan oversees the development of university-wide data governance and architecture to guide data-driven decision-making, which supports the strategic goals, operational effectiveness and efficiency of the university.
Angela Svoboda oversees support, development, implementation and enhancement of the university's enterprise software and systems, including the ERP, identity management, and primary web and mobile properties.
Nicole Guerrero Trevino is responsible for overseeing the Student Success Center, developing and coordinating strategic plans and programs for university retention, and working with the university leadership teams on retention initiatives.
David Waldron is responsible for all aspects of information technology, including networking and telecommunications, administrative computing, instructional technology and client support.