Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer Anthony Wagner will resign from his post to take on a similar title at Georgia Regents University.
President Neil Theobald announced Wagner’s departure through a Temple Today statement on June 5.
“Tony has shown a tireless commitment to help Temple University flourish, even in difficult economic times,” Theobald said in the statement.
Wagner will take on the role of executive vice president and chief business officer at Georgia Regents, a health sciences research institution in Athens, Ga. that is part of the University System of Georgia.
Wagner and his wife Lisa were also active at the Newman Center, a Catholic community for students located on North Broad Street.
In its first meeting of the year, the Budget and Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees recommended that an authorized signer be added for the William C. Dunkelberg Owl Fund.
Cynthia Axelrod, a faculty adviser to the Temple University Investment Association and director of the Owl Fund, was recommended as a signer for accounts on behalf of the fund.
The Owl Fund, a student-run investment organization run through TUIA, was founded in 2006 and has more than 150 members, according to TUIA’s website.
Axelrod joins Jonathan Scott, managing director of the fund, Anthony Wagner, executive vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer and Ken Kaiser, senior associate vice president for finance and human resources, as signers for the fund.
Leon Moulder, Jr., who called into the meeting, participated in his first meeting as a trustee. Moulder was appointed as a trustee at the December meeting.