Exec. Dir. Administrative Affairs in Provost’s Center: Trevor Lewis
Provost Ronald Daniels announced that Trevor C. Lewis has been appointed the Executive Director of Administrative Affairs in the Provost’s Center. In this position, Mr. Lewis will plan and administer budgets in the Provost’s Center, including long-term financial planning, capital budgeting, and financial analysis. In addition, Mr. Lewis will be responsible for personnel administration and overall University policy interpretation. He will take an active role in the financial oversight of all administrative and resource centers reporting to the Provost and provide direct support to the Provost on school financial issues.
“I am very pleased that Trevor has joined the Provost’s team,” said Provost Daniels. “His experience in financial administration, his ties to Penn, and his personal energy will all be important assets to the Provost’s Center.”
Mr. Lewis brings to this position an impressive background in financial management and a strong commitment to the University. He has worked for the Wharton School’s Office of Finance and Administration since 1996. He recently served as the Acting Senior Associate Dean, overseeing the operating budget for 11 academic departments, 18 research centers, and two institutes. Currently, Mr. Lewis is the director of administrative affairs in that office, where he directs all aspects of financial management. He led the financial effort that resulted in the completion of Huntsman Hall, and he led the financial team that supported the implementation of new initiatives in Knowledge @ Wharton and the A1 West Learning Lab, as well as launching Wharton School Publishing.
“I am excited about the opportunity to work with Provost Daniels, and I am eager to contribute to reaching the goals outlined in the Penn Compact,” said Mr. Lewis. He will assume his new duties on November 15.
Mr. Lewis earned his B.S.E. from Princeton University in 1988 and his M.B.A. from Lehigh University in 1990. He is a seven-time All American wrestler, and was a member of the U.S. Olympic Delegation in 1992. He is a member of the University’s Business Advisory Board and was awarded Honorable Mention in Penn’s Models of Excellence in 2001.
Almanac, Vol. 52, No. 8, October 18, 2005
October 18, 2005
Volume 52 Number 8