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Sondra Roeuny

Assistant Vice President                                                                                                                                                                                              

Phone: 209.946.3924
Fax: 209.946.2816
Email: Sondra Roeuny

 

 


At Pacific Since

2005

Education
M.P.P., Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, 2005
B.A., Social Welfare with High Honors, University of California, Berkeley, 2003
Business Management Institute, Western Association of College and University Business Officers, 2006

Background
In 2003, after completing her first year of graduate studies at Harvard University, Ms. Roeuny secured a summer internship with Pacific’s vice president for business & finance, Patrick D. Cavanaugh. Under his leadership, she assisted the division with the development of a strategic planning model and performance management system for operational tracking and analysis. In 2005, Ms. Roeuny returned to Pacific as the director of performance management and reporting and in 2007 and 2011, her responsibilities expanded to include assessment, training, and technology functional areas.

Key Areas of Responsibility
As a member of the division's leadership team, Ms. Roeuny works directly with the vice president on conceptualizing and implementing the division's strategic plan and the alignment of division and unit goals, objectives, and initiatives with the University's strategic priorities; perform complex analysis and reporting of financial, human, and facilities data for the University's senior leadership and governing board; and lead and manage a broad portfolio of change initiatives and projects to improve organizational performance.

Also, she serves on university-wide committees to advance key initiatives. Current assignments include the Strategic Planning Committee and the Budget Task Force for Examining Alternative Budget Models. Past committees included assignments to advance innovation at the University and identify strategies for prioritizing and managing the University's technology investments. 

Other key responsibilities include: develop and administer the division's business assessment system and program review process to assess and continuously improve organizational performance; direct and manage the division's technology resources, services, and projects to ensure technology is leveraged in the most efficient and effective manner to meet business needs; provide leadership to and oversight of the staff training function to develop and cultivate the human capital talent needed to achieve the University's vision.


Awards and Special Recognition

Senior Fellow, American Leadersihp Forum, Great Valley Center, 2011 to present                                                                                
Fellow, San Joaquin County Superior Court-Community Leadership and Liaison Program Academy, 2007 
Recipient, Outstanding Community Service Award, University of California, Berkeley School of Social Welfare Alumni Association, 2003 
Recipient, Community Service Award & Scholarship from University of California, Berkeley, Prytanean Women’s Honors Society, 2001 
Fellow, Public Policy and International Affairs Fellowship & Scholarship, 2001 

Professional Memberships

Member, American Society for Training & Development, including the Forum group, 2011 to present
Member, National Association of College and University Business Officers, 2005 - present 
Member, Western Association of College and University Business Officers, 2005 - present 
Member, Society for College and University Planning, 2006 - present 
Advisory Board Member, Asian Pacific Self-Development and Residential Association, 2006 - current 
Board Member, Central Valley Asian American Chamber of Commerce, 2008 - 2010
Member, Asian Pacific Islander Americans for Public Affairs Association, 2008 - present
Past President for United Cambodian Families, 2003-2008
Member, Board of Examiner, California Council for Excellence, 2007