Ohio Dominican University Appoints David Kosanovic Chief Financial Officer
Columbus, OH (43219) – David Kosanovic has been appointed Vice President for Finance and Administration & Chief Financial Officer for Ohio Dominican University (ODU).
Kosanovic, who joined the University in 2005, had previously served as Interim Vice President for Finance and Administration and as Associate Vice President for Finance and Administration. He oversees the University’s financial operations, which includes the offices of the Controller, Accounting/Audit, Bursar, Payroll, Payables and Perkins Coordinator. Kosanovic also oversees the operations in Human Resources, Purchasing, Physical Facilities, Financial Aid and Auxiliary Services. The latter includes the bookstore, conference and food service operations. He also oversees the University’s operating budget.
Kosanovic played a major role in the planning and construction of the Lynam Residence Hall, the Bishop James A. Griffin Student Center and Battelle (Science) Hall, as well as the renovation of the LEAD adult education building and St. Albert Hall, which houses the University’s newly created Physician Assistant Studies program.
He has more than 27 years of higher education experience in finance and administration. He previously served as Associate Vice President for Resource Management at Capital University where he oversaw finance office operations, the bookstore, mail services, risk management, residential rental property and purchasing.
Kosanovic holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from The Ohio State University and a Master of Business Administration from Capital University.
He is a member of the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO), the Central Association of College and University Business Officers (CACUBO) and the Ohio Association of College and University Business Officers (OACUBO).
Kosanovic is a resident of Gahanna, Ohio.
Ohio Dominican University is a four-year private comprehensive liberal arts and master’s institution, founded in 1911 in the Catholic and Dominican tradition. The University has approximately 2,700 students and offers undergraduate degrees in 42 majors as well as seven graduate degree programs. Ohio Dominican uses a student-centered approach, with a commitment to quality teaching and learning.