James Mauldin Named Vice Chancellor and Chief Financial Officer of Texas Tech University System | KLBK | KAMC


LUBBOCK, Texas — James Mauldin was named vice chancellor and chief financial officer of the Texas Tech University System on Thursday, Chancellor Tedd L. Mitchell, MD announced.

According to a press release, Mauldin will coordinate the TTU system’s $2.65 billion operating budget and be responsible for the overall financial strength and stability of the system. He will also oversee several offices, departments and administrative functions.

“James is an established leader who brings a dynamic skill set in finance, investments, treasury and debt management with a successful track record in higher education, international transportation and municipalities” , said Dr. Ted Mitchell in the press release. “His diverse background, servant leadership mentality, and collaborative nature have led to unique expertise and will greatly benefit the Texas Tech University System. We are fortunate to have James join our system family and look forward to his many contributions to come.

Mauldin comes to Texas Tech after serving as vice president of treasury management at Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport and serving as associate vice chancellor of treasury and acting chief financial officer at the University of North Texas System (UNT System).

“It is a sincere honor to join Chancellor Mitchell’s leadership team at the Texas Tech University System,” Mauldin said in the press release. “I am delighted and appreciate the opportunity to join a talented working family with a values-based culture, as well as to collaborate with the highly respected leaders of Chief Financial Officers in system institutions and many of the administration professionals of the TTU system.”

Mauldin will take office on January 2, 2023.


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