Jan Legoza serves as vice chancellor of finance and administration of Brandman University overseeing budgeting and financial management, accounting, risk management, contract negotiations, facilities & real estate, human resources, learning & development, information technology and underlining corporate policies.
For the past eight years, Legoza has served as vice president for finance and administration and chief financial officer at Whittier College, and as Whittier's interim president in 2004-05.
Her previous position, which she occupied for nine years, was as vice president for business and finance and treasurer at Colorado College. Before Colorado College, she was the vice president for administration and finance for State Colleges in Colorado, the governing body for the four campuses in the state college system.
Legoza has served on a variety of non-profit boards including Colorado's Section 529 savings plan, the College Liability Insurance Consortium and in numerous leadership and instructional roles for the National and Western Associations of College and University Business Officers. She is also a founding director of a community bank.
She holds a bachelor's of arts degree in political science with an emphasis in economics and business administration from State University of New York at Plattsburgh, and a master's in public administration with an emphasis in public finance from State University of New York at Albany.
Expertise: university finance and administration, policy and legislation.