Stephen D. Golding is Vice President Finance and Treasurer for the University of Pennsylvania. In his role, Mr. Golding is responsible for consolidated University financial reporting, tax, payroll, accounts payable, debt and liquidity management, cash and banking management, investment accounting and gift processing, student registration, aid and financial services, research services (pre- and post-award), insurance and risk management, financial systems and financial training. Mr. Golding serves on numerous boards and committees within, and affiliated with, the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Golding was appointed as Vice President February, 2008.Prior to his position at Penn, Mr. Golding was Executive Director, Finance, for the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine from 1991 to 2008. Mr. Golding also served for five years as Executive Director for the HopkinsOne ERP project. In his School of Medicine capacity, Mr. Golding was responsible for oversight of the schools financial affairs, including financial reporting and analysis, annual budgets and projections, five- and ten-year strategic plans, sponsored and designated funds accounting and budgets, management of reserves, endowments, grants and contracts, student accounting, payroll, revenue and cash management, investment strategies, Facilities and Administrative (F&A) cost analysis, clinical practice finances, capital and facilities planning, faculty compensation, financial and accounting policy and procedures.In his HopkinsOne role, Mr. Golding was responsible for the planning, design, development and implementation of an enterprise-wide business system solution covering all of the Johns Hopkins entities, including the University, Health System and affiliated organizations. The HopkinsOne functional scope included Finance, Human Resources, Payroll, Purchasing/Supply Chain, and Sponsored Projects (Pre- and Post-Award). As overall project manager, Mr. Golding directed a team of approximately two hundred fifty staff and consultants.Mr. Golding received an MBA degree in Finance at the University of Rochester, and worked in the chemical and transportation industries before assuming his School of Medicine position at Johns Hopkins.
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