Clare Hansen Shinnerl

Title(s)Sr Assoc Vice Chancellor-CLS, Campus Life Services - Associate Vice Chancellor
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    University of PennsylvaniaEdD / Higher Education Management2008School of Education
    Stanford UniversityDesign Thinking Bootcamp2012dSchool
    University of RedlandsMBA1993
    Cornell UniversityCertificate Hospitality Administration1995School of Hospitality
    UC San DiegoBA1988

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    Clare Shinnerl oversees Campus Life Services (CLS), a large UCSF division that includes: Housing, Parking & Transportation, Facilities Services, Childcare, Documents & Media, UCSF Living Well, Arts & Events, Retail & Conference Services, Fitness & Recreation and the Financial Service Center. More information about CLS can be found at: http://www.campuslifeservices.ucsf.edu/cls/.

    Clare joined UCSF in January 2015 from the Pacific Business Group on Health (PBGH), where she was the Chief Operating Officer responsible for finance and budget, facilities, human resources, information technology, communications, and program operations.

    Previously, Clare was the Senior Associate Dean, Finance and Administration at Stanford University’s School of Engineering. At Stanford Engineering, Clare was responsible for the school’s administrative functions, including finance and budget, facilities, auxiliaries, human resources, information technology, and research administration. Prior to Stanford, Clare held leadership positions at several other large California universities, including Assistant Vice President, Business Services at USC, Director of Conference Services at UCLA, and Assistant Resident Dean at UCSD.

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    1. Clare Hansen-Shinnerl.What Institutional Conditions are Indicators of Migration to the Kuali Foundation's Community-Source Software. 2008.