Curtis Reynolds is Vice President for Business Affairs for the University of Florida, where he is responsible for the leadership and strategic direction of a diversified portfolio of campus business and support services. The divisions reporting to Curtis are Business Services, Environmental Health and Safety, Emergency Management, Campus Planning, Design and Construction, Office of Sustainability, Physical Plant, Small Business and Vendor Diversity Relations, Stephen C. O'Connell Center, and the University Police Department.
As vice president for human resources, Jodi Gentry oversees all human resources operations at the University of Florida, including employee and labor relations, faculty and staff training, compensation and benefits, communications, recruitment, employment, classification, retirement, complaints, transfers, leaves, workers’ compensation and the HRS Service Center. In her role, Jodi works to create greater alignment among UF’s HR systems by moving the university toward a more coordinated performance management approach.
Vice president and Chief Information Officer Elias Eldayrie sees information Technology as a primary facilitator shaping the university’s future, which in turn shapes our community, our state, and the world beyond. Increasingly, it is information technology devices and services that serve as the tools enabling advances in research, education, clinical practice, extension, and outreach.
UFIT's role is to provide faculty, students, and staff with the robust, high-quality IT services required to do mission- critical work.
Lee Nelson joined the University of Florida as Director of Real Estate in September, 2014. He is responsible for real estate strategic planning, asset management, and transaction management for the University and associated philanthropic Foundation.
Prior to the University, he was Director of Real Estate Services at the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, where he worked with the 31 schools of the System to coordinate and execute real estate issues and transactions. Issues he has tackled include development of satellite camps facilities, land transactions, underwriting and due diligence for acquisitions of properties for the use of the institutions, and coordination of activities to adhere to Board policies and procedures.
Eleven staff members report to the Chief Audit Executive (CAE) who plans and administers the annual work plan, maintaining a balance between audit, investigative and management advisory services. The CAE has a dual-reporting relationship. The CAE reports to the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer and the President administratively, while reporting to the Board of Trustees through the Committee on Audit & Operations Review functionally.
The Title IX Office, led by Title IX Coordinator Russell Froman, works towards the prevention and elimination of sexual harassment and sexual misconduct on the University of Florida campus. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination based on sex in any educational program or activity that receives financial support from the Federal government. Under Title IX, discrimination based on sex includes sexual harassment, sexual violence and sexual assault. Title IX also prohibits retaliation against individuals who complain about or participate in an investigation regarding an alleged Title IX violation.
UF Compliance Office
UF’s system-wide Compliance Program was established in December 2017 to foster a culture in which the university’s expectations for employees’ behavior and departmental operations are clearly defined and followed. These expectations have their foundation in requirements established by the State of Florida’s Board of Governors as well as the University of Florida’s Board of Trustees. The UF Compliance Program is a point of coordination for all compliance activities. Elizabeth Ruszczyk serves as UF’s Chief Compliance Officer and oversees the program.
The UF Privacy Office, led by Chief Privacy Officer Elizabeth Ruszczyk, is dedicated to preventing unauthorized access to information, maintaining the accuracy of information, and ensuring the appropriate use of information. The office strives to put in place appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial safeguards to secure the information we collect in all formats: on paper, electronically, and verbally. These security practices are consistent with the policies of the university and with the laws and regulatory practices of the State of Florida and multiple federal agencies.