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Nikki Krawitz

System Vice President of Finance and Administration

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Background Information

Employment History

Leadership Positions

Council on Governmental Relations


Affiliations

Stephens College

Board of Trustees


AGB Institutional Strategies

Senior Fellow


National Student Clearinghouse

Board Member


University of Missouri School of Accountancy

Board Member


University of Missouri - Kansas City Foundation

Board Member


University of Missouri-Columbia School of Accountancy Advisory Board

Board Member


Landmark Bank

Board Member


City of Columbia TIF Commission

Board Member


The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities

Leadership Positions


University of Missouri

Chief Financial Officer


Education

A.B.

Washington University


M.A.

Columbia University Teachers College


Masters of Accountancy

University of Missouri-Columbia


bachelor of arts

Washington University


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www.mdn.org

Nikki Krawitz, the UM Systems vice president of finance and administration, along with several other higher education institution representatives spoke in front of lawmakers Wednesday to present their need for state funding.
Krawitz and several other higher education officials told lawmakers they supported Gov. This is good for our university and its good for our state, Krawitz said. Krawitz said the UM System educates many of the states skilled workers, which increases costs for the system. Its expensive to provide quality professional education, Krawitz said. But we do it because its our mission and its in our DNA. Krawitz told the Appropriations for Education Committee that Missouri and past lawmakers have invested in the UM Systems mission for 175 years. They understood the importance of the support that allows us to fulfill our unique mission, Krawitz said. Krawitz said that the UM System is showing their value to the state everyday by bringing $250 million of resources into Missouri. The UM System has experienced a 34 percent enrollment increase since Fall 2000 adding more than 19,000 students to their campuses, Krawitz said. Thats like adding a new four-year campus to the state, she said. With increased enrollment, the UM System campuses have found it difficult to maintain functional facilities. Krawitz told lawmakers that the St. Louis campus has buildings that were built 50 years ago and require maintenance. Krawitz reminded lawmakers that System President Tim Wolfe spoke last year in support of performance funding as long as the UM Systems unique mission and the cost associated with that mission are taken into consideration.


www.columbiatribune.com

Campus strategy statements are supposed to describe a competitive game plan for each UM campus, Nikki Krawitz, the UM vice president for finance and administration, said this morning.
Each is supposed to include measurable targets, identify an audience and summarize the campus's unique position. "It's intended to think about how a campus will leverage its unique strategy to overcome whatever challenges they see in order to achieve their vision," she said. "In drafting a strategy statement, they're thinking about, 'What are the specific barriers we face in order to fulfill our mission and achieve our vision?' " In that regard, it makes sense to include a mention of revenue because it's going to take resources to support campus goals, she said. Campus strategy statements are supposed to describe a competitive game plan for each UM campus, Nikki Krawitz, the UM vice president for finance and administration, said this morning. Each is supposed to include measurable targets, identify an audience and summarize the campus's unique position. "It's intended to think about how a campus will leverage its unique strategy to overcome whatever challenges they see in order to achieve their vision," she said. "In drafting a strategy statement, they're thinking about, 'What are the specific barriers we face in order to fulfill our mission and achieve our vision?' " In that regard, it makes sense to include a mention of revenue because it's going to take resources to support campus goals, she said. Campus strategy statements are supposed to describe a competitive game plan for each UM campus, Nikki Krawitz, the UM vice president for finance and administration, said this morning. Each is supposed to include measurable targets, identify an audience and summarize the campus's unique position. "It's intended to think about how a campus will leverage its unique strategy to overcome whatever challenges they see in order to achieve their vision," she said. "In drafting a strategy statement, they're thinking about, 'What are the specific barriers we face in order to fulfill our mission and achieve our vision?' " In that regard, it makes sense to include a mention of revenue because it's going to take resources to support campus goals, she said. Campus strategy statements are supposed to describe a competitive game plan for each UM campus, Nikki Krawitz, the UM vice president for finance and administration, said this morning. Each is supposed to include measurable targets, identify an audience and summarize the campus's unique position. "It's intended to think about how a campus will leverage its unique strategy to overcome whatever challenges they see in order to achieve their vision," she said. "In drafting a strategy statement, they're thinking about, 'What are the specific barriers we face in order to fulfill our mission and achieve our vision?' " In that regard, it makes sense to include a mention of revenue because it's going to take resources to support campus goals, she said.


www.columbiatribune.com

"Tim has done an outstanding job as the budget director for MU," said Nikki Krawitz, vice president for finance and administration with the UM System.
"Tim has done an outstanding job as the budget director for MU," said Nikki Krawitz, vice president for finance and administration with the UM System. "Tim has done an outstanding job as the budget director for MU," said Nikki Krawitz, vice president for finance and administration with the UM System. "Tim has done an outstanding job as the budget director for MU," said Nikki Krawitz, vice president for finance and administration with the UM System.


www.columbiatribune.com

That's because workers have discovered mold, asbestos, electrical wiring problems and other issues while trying to make basic upgrades, said Nikki Krawitz, UM vice president of finance and administration.
And in the next five to 10 years, the system anticipates more extensive work will need to be done, such as replacing the roof and exterior siding and installing outdoor lighting, she said. Krawitz said administrators thought they would be able to make basic upgrades for minimal costs but that the additional problems quickly tacked onto the price tag. "We need to stop the investment until we know whether it's the right direction to go in," she said. UM purchased a large-screen television with a sound system for the home after Wolfe moved in. Krawitz said that was important because the president is expected to use the large public rooms for entertaining, which sometimes includes watch parties for away games. Former UM President Elson Floyd upgraded the kitchen at Providence Point in 2005, but it's not an industrial kitchen, which is needed for large gatherings, Krawitz said. Other than that and renovations to a master bathroom, there have been minimal upgrades over the years. "Over the past 10 years with budget constraints, it's difficult spending a dime on anything that does not directly benefit teaching," Krawitz said. Kudos to Nikki Krawitz and former Interim President Steve Owens for being bold enough to advance the discussion of a new mission for this aging and difficult hybrid facility. That's because workers have discovered mold, asbestos, electrical wiring problems and other issues while trying to make basic upgrades, said Nikki Krawitz, UM vice president of finance and administration. And in the next five to 10 years, the system anticipates more extensive work will need to be done, such as replacing the roof and exterior siding and installing outdoor lighting, she said. Krawitz said administrators thought they would be able to make basic upgrades for minimal costs but that the additional problems quickly tacked onto the price tag. "We need to stop the investment until we know whether it's the right direction to go in," she said. UM purchased a large-screen television with a sound system for the home after Wolfe moved in. Krawitz said that was important because the president is expected to use the large public rooms for entertaining, which sometimes includes watch parties for away games. Former UM President Elson Floyd upgraded the kitchen at Providence Point in 2005, but it's not an industrial kitchen, which is needed for large gatherings, Krawitz said. Other than that and renovations to a master bathroom, there have been minimal upgrades over the years. "Over the past 10 years with budget constraints, it's difficult spending a dime on anything that does not directly benefit teaching," Krawitz said. That's because workers have discovered mold, asbestos, electrical wiring problems and other issues while trying to make basic upgrades, said Nikki Krawitz, UM vice president of finance and administration. And in the next five to 10 years, the system anticipates more extensive work will need to be done, such as replacing the roof and exterior siding and installing outdoor lighting, she said. Krawitz said administrators thought they would be able to make basic upgrades for minimal costs but that the additional problems quickly tacked onto the price tag. "We need to stop the investment until we know whether it's the right direction to go in," she said. UM purchased a large-screen television with a sound system for the home after Wolfe moved in. Krawitz said that was important because the president is expected to use the large public rooms for entertaining, which sometimes includes watch parties for away games. Former UM President Elson Floyd upgraded the kitchen at Providence Point in 2005, but it's not an industrial kitchen, which is needed for large gatherings, Krawitz said. Other than that and renovations to a master bathroom, there have been minimal upgrades over the years. "Over the past 10 years with budget constraints, it's difficult spending a dime on anything that does not directly benefit teaching," Krawitz said. That's because workers have discovered mold, asbestos, electrical wiring problems and other issues while trying to make basic upgrades, said Nikki Krawitz, UM vice president of finance and administration. And in the next five to 10 years, the system anticipates more extensive work will need to be done, such as replacing the roof and exterior siding and installing outdoor lighting, she said. Krawitz said administrators thought they would be able to make basic upgrades for minimal costs but that the additional problems quickly tacked onto the price tag. "We need to stop the investment until we know whether it's the right direction to go in," she said. UM purchased a large-screen television with a sound system for the home after Wolfe moved in. Krawitz said that was important because the president is expected to use the large public rooms for entertaining, which sometimes includes watch parties for away games. Former UM President Elson Floyd upgraded the kitchen at Providence Point in 2005, but it's not an industrial kitchen, which is needed for large gatherings, Krawitz said. Other than that and renovations to a master bathroom, there have been minimal upgrades over the years. "Over the past 10 years with budget constraints, it's difficult spending a dime on anything that does not directly benefit teaching," Krawitz said. Kudos to Nikki Krawitz and former Interim President Steve Owens for being bold enough to advance the discussion of a new mission for this aging and difficult hybrid facility.


www.columbiatribune.com

The budget calls for a 2 percent increase in the salary budget at MU, though that doesn't mean every MU professor and staff member will see a 2 percent raise, said Nikki Krawitz, UM vice president of finance and administration.
"The budgeted increase will be used in a variety of different ways depending on what the salary and wage needs are on campus," she said. Raises could be given to workers whose salary falls below market average, assistant or associate professors who are promoted or to reward employees based on merit, Krawitz said. MU is budgeting the largest percentage increase for salaries. The UM System budget shows a 1.5 percent increase for salaries at Missouri S&T and a 1 percent hike on the Kansas City and St. Louis campuses. Salary pools, like tuition, are being decoupled among the four campuses based on their individual market needs, Krawitz said. The budget calls for a 2 percent increase in the salary budget at MU, though that doesn't mean every MU professor and staff member will see a 2 percent raise, said Nikki Krawitz, UM vice president of finance and administration. "The budgeted increase will be used in a variety of different ways depending on what the salary and wage needs are on campus," she said. Raises could be given to workers whose salary falls below market average, assistant or associate professors who are promoted or to reward employees based on merit, Krawitz said. MU is budgeting the largest percentage increase for salaries. The UM System budget shows a 1.5 percent increase for salaries at Missouri S&T and a 1 percent hike on the Kansas City and St. Louis campuses. Salary pools, like tuition, are being decoupled among the four campuses based on their individual market needs, Krawitz said. The budget calls for a 2 percent increase in the salary budget at MU, though that doesn't mean every MU professor and staff member will see a 2 percent raise, said Nikki Krawitz, UM vice president of finance and administration. "The budgeted increase will be used in a variety of different ways depending on what the salary and wage needs are on campus," she said. Raises could be given to workers whose salary falls below market average, assistant or associate professors who are promoted or to reward employees based on merit, Krawitz said. MU is budgeting the largest percentage increase for salaries. The UM System budget shows a 1.5 percent increase for salaries at Missouri S&T and a 1 percent hike on the Kansas City and St. Louis campuses. Salary pools, like tuition, are being decoupled among the four campuses based on their individual market needs, Krawitz said. The budget calls for a 2 percent increase in the salary budget at MU, though that doesn't mean every MU professor and staff member will see a 2 percent raise, said Nikki Krawitz, UM vice president of finance and administration. "The budgeted increase will be used in a variety of different ways depending on what the salary and wage needs are on campus," she said. Raises could be given to workers whose salary falls below market average, assistant or associate professors who are promoted or to reward employees based on merit, Krawitz said. MU is budgeting the largest percentage increase for salaries. The UM System budget shows a 1.5 percent increase for salaries at Missouri S&T and a 1 percent hike on the Kansas City and St. Louis campuses. Salary pools, like tuition, are being decoupled among the four campuses based on their individual market needs, Krawitz said.


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