About Emory Finance

The Finance Leadership Team

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Belva White

Vice President of Finance and Treasury

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Adam Greenfield

Associate Vice President, Finance, and Controller

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Dave Miller

Assistant Vice President, Enterprise Financial Systems

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Matt Greaves

Associate Vice President of Treasury and Financial Planning

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Kim Pate

Special Projects Facilitator

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Anita Paye

Asst. Vice President for Finance Administration & Initiatives/Chief of Staff

The Finance Division aims to further a sustainable financial framework that fosters innovation by finding new ways to provide Emory University with superior financial services and pursues appropriate resource deployment to best support academic and research success.

The Division reports to the Executive Vice President of Business and Administration (EVPBA), and is made up of the following departments:

  • Budget Planning & Analytics
  • Controller’s Office
  • Enterprise Financial Systems
  • Finance Administration
  • Payroll
  • Treasury & Debt

View the Finance Division organizational chart

The finance functions are accountable for the financial processes and services of the university to better deliver financial services and to assure sound financial decision making, positioning, and effectiveness. The Finance Division partners with the following departments to reach the university goals:

  • Financial Planning and Analytics
  • Budget Office and Planning
  • Business Operations

And provides support for

  • The Office of the President
  • The Office of the Provost
  • The Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees
  • The Ways and Means Committee of the University

The Finance Division also leads the chief business officers throughout the university with a formal relationship to institute "best in class" financial practices to effectively monitor operating performance.  Through this relationship, the division partners with financial leaders across the university to develop productive and effective working relationships and, importantly to drive consensus in planning, execution and decision making.