Zamora facilitates discussion at NACUBO conference

Teri Zamora, San Jacinto College vice chancellor of fiscal affairs, recently facilitated a luncheon discussion during the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) annual conference July 14-16 in Austin.

Zamora moderated the Community College Networking Luncheon, a continuing conversation for main-stage speakers who opened the conference.

The discussion featured author Sarah Sladek, CEO of XYZ University, and Josh Miller, director of Gen Z studies for XYZ University, and focused on Sladek’s recent book “Talent Generation: How Visionary Organizations Are Redefining Work and Achieving Greater Success.”

In addition, Zamora lent her expertise during the pre-conference, two-day New Business Officer program July 12-13 for rookie CFOs.

Along with other seasoned business officers, she shared what had been missing from her toolkit in the beginning and how she had handled unexpected challenges.

Pictured from left: Miller, Sladek, and Zamora discussed how to engage and retain workers across generations in the workplace by appreciating the diverse talent each group brings to the table.

Pictured from left: Seasoned business professionals Sherry Mondou (University of Puget Sound), Zamora, Darrell Bazzell (University of Texas at Austin), Rick Anderson (University of Texas Rio Grande Valley), J. Michael Gower (Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey), Kim Kvall (St. Edward’s University), and Bronte Burleigh-Jones (Dickinson College) offered insights to newer CFOs.