The University of Toledo’s executive vice president for finance and administration is continuing to finalize his leadership team.David Morlock, who also serves as CEO of UT Medical Center, announced last week that Bryan Dadey will serve as the new associate vice president for finance beginning Monday, March 24.
“I’m very excited to have Bryan in this new role. He knows this institution well, and his accounting and finance experience will be a great asset to UT,” Morlock said.
Dadey will join the University from the UT Foundation, where he served as vice president of finance and operations since 2009. There, he oversaw the investments and accounting of UT’s endowment, provided financial guidance relating to the Gateway project and other real estate investments, as well as ensuring smooth day-to-day operations.
Prior to his time at the UT Foundation, Dadey worked in the finance area for the University. From 2004 through 2009, Dadey served as assistant controller and then interim controller. From 1999 through 2004, he worked at Ernst & Young, where he specialized in university and nonprofit organization audits, including UT, the former Medical College of Ohio and Bowling Green State University.
“While I never felt like I left the UT community, I’m excited about this new role. I look forward to implementing the strategy Dave has put in place to make the institution stronger financially and to use that strength to ensure we can accomplish our teaching, research and health-care missions,” Dadey said.
The search for the new finance leader was done within the broader University family in large part thanks to the wealth of talent available across UT’s campuses, the UT Foundation and UT Physicians, Morlock said.