Comments from the current Blogger- Lyn Langman: I just met Mr. Hogan during lunch at the Board meetings last weekend. He is very approachable and friendly. While talking with myself and Professor Broome, a retired Accounting Professor, Mr. Hogan mentioned that he had retired from working with E&Y, but was considering coming out of retirement to take on a new job- I had no idea this is what he was referring to! It’s exciting to have a member of the McIntire family in such an important role at the University.
Here’s the scoop:
“President Teresa A. Sullivan has chosen Patrick D. Hogan, a business executive with extensive background in finance, operations and health care, to be the University of Virginia’s new executive vice president and chief operating officer, effective Oct. 25. The Board of Visitors endorsed his appointment at its meeting today by electing him an officer of the board.
He will oversee the financial affairs of the University and each of its schools and divisions, including the Medical Center. In addition, several key operational and administrative areas, such as human resources, facilities management, real estate and public safety, will report to him.
Hogan, who lives in Charlottesville, spent more than 35 years with the global professional services firm Ernst & Young, where he held significant leadership and management roles in the U.S., Asia and the United Kingdom. His broad background includes accounting, finance, risk management, compliance, operations, business processes, and he’s experienced in corporate governance and strategy.
He has guest-lectured at the McIntire School of Commerce on topics including enterprise risk management, and he has developed case studies with faculty. He was a long-time member of McIntire’s advisory board and served as vice chair.”
Source: UVA Today