Peter Sepe: Director of Fiscal Operations in
Peter Sepe has joined the staff of the Business Services Division as director of Fiscal Operations. Mr. Sepe will oversee all financial operations for the 20-department division, including strategic planning, financial and capital planning, management reporting and auditing.
Mr. Sepe came to Penn from General Electric, where he most recently served as vice president and chief financial officer for the company's London-based container finance division. Mr. Sepe is credited with saving the company millions of dollars through developing new systems and effective analysis. Prior to his 12-year career at GE, Mr. Sepe was an auditor at Deloitte & Touche, where he worked with clients in the real estate, retail, hospitality and non-profit fields.
"Peter brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to this position," said Lee Nunery, vice president of Business Services. "He will be an essential part of our management team, who will help us streamline our current financial processes and create new business models and sources of revenue. Peter's skills will enable Business Services to fortify our position as the ‘turnaround specialists' on campus."
Mr. Sepe is a graduate of Williams College in Williamstown, MA, where he received a B.A. in economics, and DePaul University in Chicago where he receive an M.S. in accounting.
The Business Services Division (BSD) provides the leadership, business practices, facilities and services needed to develop and maintain a hospitable, fiscally responsible, customer-friendly campus environment. BSD's affiliates include Campus Dining, Class of 1923 Ice Rink, Community Housing, Conference Services, Creative Communications, the Faculty Club, the Hilton Inn at Penn, Housing Services, Mail Services, Morris Arboretum, Off-Campus Living, Parking Services, Penn Bookstore, Penn Children's Center, Penn Computer Connection, Penn Purchasing, PennCard, Sheraton University City Hotel, Software Licensing and Transportation.
Almanac, Vol. 51, No. 5, September 28, 2004
September 28, 2004
Volume 51 Number 5