Cameron University controller Ninette Carter has been selected as Vice President for Business and Finance, following the retirement of Glen Pinkston, who held the position since 2003. The University of Oklahoma, Cameron University and Rogers State University Board of Regents approved Carter’s appointment earlier today. Carter will assume the role effective July 1, 2015.
“Ninette Carter’s in-depth knowledge of Cameron University’s fiscal history, including budget development and implementation, more than qualify her to step into the role of the university’s chief fiscal officer,” says Cameron President John McArthur. “Her promotion to the post of Vice President for Business and Finance will ensure a smooth transition as we move into the next fiscal year.”
In her new role, Carter will be responsible for the development and oversight of all fiscal planning, policies and regulations; the administration of all institutional funds; and the cost-effective planning and operation of major administrative functions. She will provide supervision for numerous departments, including finance and accounting, human resources, purchasing and contracts, public safety, bookstore, and auxiliary enterprises related to administrative functions. In addition, she will work collaboratively and creatively with other university executive administrators to ensure Cameron’s fiscal status allows the university to provide the resources required for student learning and success.
Carter graduated from Cameron with a Bachelor of Accounting in 1991 and joined the university’s staff as an accountant in 1992, the same year she became a Certified Public Accountant. She was promoted to accounting manager in 1996 and named controller in 2002. She is a member of the Oklahoma Association of College and University Business Officers.
June 24, 2015