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Michael J. Mandl

Executive Vice President for Business and Administration



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Mr. Mandl
Michael J. Mandl
Executive Vice President for Business & Administration

Mr. Mandl serves as Executive Vice President for Business and Administration.  As the institution’s chief business officer, his responsibilities include several functional areas: Campus Services (Capital Project and Campus Master Planning, Parking, Police, Campus Shuttles and Alternative Transportation, and Facilities Management); Finance; Human Resources; Information Technology; Internal Audit; and Investment Management.

Among several key accomplishments overseen by Mr. Mandl during his tenure at Emory:

Mr. Mandl serves on several University committees, including the President’s Cabinet, Ways and Means, and the Strategic Planning Executive Committee.  He also serves as the chief administrative executive for several Board of Trustees committees.

Mr. Mandl serves on the Emory Health Care Board of Directors, the Clifton Casualty Captive Insurance Company Board, the Emory St. Joseph’s JOC Board, and the Midtown Alliance Executive Committee.  He has held several board positions on non-profit community organizations and a Governor-appointed board seat on the State Properties Commission and the Georgia Building Authority.

Prior to Emory, Mr. Mandl served as Vice President for Financial Services at Duke University where he was a member of Duke’s Senior Administrative team and oversaw the financial division.  In addition, he held other financial and administrative leadership positions at Duke and the University of Pennsylvania.  Before entering higher education, he held positions as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) with KPMG Peat Marwick and as a Senior Financial Analyst with Glaxo Pharmaceuticals.   Mr. Mandl graduated with distinction from George Washington University with a bachelor of accountancy degree.  He earned a master’s degree in liberal studies from Duke University and recent fellowships for doctoral work in business at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business and the University of Michigan Business School.