Krawitz Announces Retirement
Natalie “Nikki” Krawitz has announced her retirement in June after 10 years as Vice President of Finance and Administration of the University of Missouri. She has been responsible for the University’s $2.5 billion budget and the university’s treasury, investment, accounting, procurement, facilities planning and design, real estate, internal audit, risk and insurance management, and institutional research functions.
Nikki was the recipient of the 2010 National Association of College and University Business Officers’ Distinguished Business Officer award, which she told the Columbia Business Times, was one of her proudest moments.
President Tim Wolfe said in his reorganizational announcement that “Vice President Krawitz is a highly respected and trusted resource within the university system, the state of Missouri, and nationally. The university has benefited from her tireless advocacy for public higher education, and in particular from her leadership of our financial resources.”
Nikki told the UM Staff Advisory Council that she has “thoroughly enjoyed her time at the university and that it has been a fun and interesting experience for her.” InFocus wishes her the very best in her retirement.