Clark University President David Angel recently announced the appointment of Julie L. Dolan as the next Executive Vice President and Treasurer of the University.
Dolan comes to Clark from Fairfield University where she has held the position of Vice President for Finance and Treasurer since 2010. Prior to Fairfield, she was Associate Vice President for Fiscal Affairs at Dartmouth College, and held positions at Vanderbilt University and Harvard University. Dolan completed her bachelor’s degree at Stanford University and holds an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dolan will begin work at Clark on August 19, providing oversight of the University’s financial affairs, strategic leadership over facilities and capital projects, human resources, and legal affairs.
Dolan will take the post held previously by James E. Collins, who is retiring after providing exemplary leadership and stewardship of the resources of the University for 33 years. Collins will continue to oversee Clark’s investment portfolio on a part-time basis through the 2013-14 fiscal year.
“We are very pleased to be welcoming an experienced and successful financial leader to Clark. Julie Dolan brings a wealth of relevant experience at excellent higher education institutions, which will be most valuable to Clark in the years ahead,” President Angel said.
“I am very excited about joining President Angel’s leadership team,” Dolan said. “Clark is a dynamic institution on the move and I look forward to helping the University achieve its ambitious and important agenda.”
Founded in 1887 in Worcester, Massachusetts, Clark University is a small, liberal arts-based research university addressing social and human imperatives on a global scale. Nationally renowned as a college that changes lives, Clark is emerging as a transformative force in higher education today. LEEP (Liberal Education and Effective Practice) is Clark’s pioneering model of education that combines a robust liberal arts curriculum with life-changing world and workplace experiences. Clark’s faculty and students work across boundaries to develop solutions to contemporary challenges in the areas of psychology, geography, management, urban education, Holocaust and genocide studies, environmental studies, and international development and social change. The Clark educational experience embodies the University’s motto: Challenge convention. Change our world.