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University Finance and Administration


Rachael provides leadership and counsel to the Executive Vice President-Chief Financial Officer, the University President and Rutgers senior management, as well as the Boards of Governors and Trustees on matters of compliance, ethics, and risk, such as fraud prevention, financial malfeasance, unauthorized use of Rutgers’ assets, professional accreditation and licensure, and improper or inadequate documentation and billing.

Rachael oversees compliance by the university and its employees with respect to relevant federal, state, and international statutes and regulations, codes, and mandates, as well as university policies and protocols, including those pertaining to ethical codes and standards, and unlawful discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. Rachael supervises and manages the department of University Ethics and Compliance, which has the independence and authority necessary to investigate, review, and evaluate compliance issues at all levels within Rutgers.