The State Hornet

Sac State to welcome new vice president in January

Jonathan Bowman will take over as vice president and chief financial officer in 2019

Sacramento+State%27s+newest+vice+president+of+administration%2C+Jonathan+Bowman%2C+will+begin+January+of+next+year.
Back to Article
Back to Article

Sac State to welcome new vice president in January

Sacramento State's newest vice president of administration, Jonathan Bowman, will begin January of next year.

Sacramento State's newest vice president of administration, Jonathan Bowman, will begin January of next year.

Courtesy of Sacramento State

Sacramento State's newest vice president of administration, Jonathan Bowman, will begin January of next year.

Courtesy of Sacramento State

Courtesy of Sacramento State

Sacramento State's newest vice president of administration, Jonathan Bowman, will begin January of next year.

Storm Ray

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Sacramento State President Robert Nelsen announced Wednesday that the university has hired a new vice president for administration and chief financial officer.

Jonathan Bowman will replace Stacy Hayano, current vice president for administration and chief financial officer, who has held the position for two years. Bowman will start in January, according to Wednesday’s email announcement.

According to an email from President Nelsen, the soon-to-be vice president has over 25 years of management experience, with skills in financial, personnel, administrative, operational and facility management.

Bowman began working as the business administration manager at the California Institute of Technology’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in 2005, said Nelsen’s announcement.

According to Nelsen’s email, Bowman was responsible for overseeing the System Verification, Validation, and Operations Section and is currently in charge of the Instruments Division.

Nelsen’s announcement detailed Bowman’s responsibilities as the business administration manager. This included supervising nearly 550 employees along with managing a $300 million budget.

Bowman gave oversight in departments such as safety, business operations, facilities management, financial planning, personnel training, policy, strategic planning, and human resources, Nelsen said in his announcement.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Left
  • Sac State to welcome new vice president in January

    Baseball

    Sac State baseball team finishes regular season with 33-22 record

  • Sac State to welcome new vice president in January

    Campus

    William Molina awarded honorary degree posthumously at Sac State commencement

  • Sac State to welcome new vice president in January

    Basketball

    FROM THE ARCHIVES: Black student athletes’ fight for social justice in Sac State athletics

  • Sac State to welcome new vice president in January

    Campus

    Q&A: Sac State student talks Oxford, involvement in deaf community

  • Sac State to welcome new vice president in January

    Campus

    Only 1 off-campus Greek house subject to Sac State policies

  • Sac State to welcome new vice president in January

    Campus

    #SacStateSays: “Why are you stressed?”

  • Sac State to welcome new vice president in January

    Campus

    Q&A: Track and field athlete, Khala Clarke, spends her free time blogging

  • Sac State to welcome new vice president in January

    Campus

    California American Indian tribal nation donates $750,000 to Sac State

  • Sac State to welcome new vice president in January

    Campus

    #SacStateSays: ‘What does Mother’s Day mean to you?’

  • Sac State to welcome new vice president in January

    Campus

    Sac State softball pitcher throws first no-hitter in Big Sky Conference championship history

Navigate Right