Stacey Rinnert

Chief of Staff to CFO and VP for Finance
Dir. Enterprise Project Mgmt. Office
Primary office:
785-864-0355
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Summary

Stacey serves as the Director of the Enterprise Project Management Office (EPMO) and Chief of Staff for the Chief Financial Officer and Vice Provost for Finance. She is responsible for working with the CFO/Vice Provost to brainstorm, identify, and triage university challenges that can utilize the expertise and resources of the EPMO team, enabling university leaders to be more proactive in their responses to institutional change. She is also tasked with serving on the CFO/Vice Provost’s leadership team and forming strong partnerships with campus constituents, fostering an environment for building consensus with campus stakeholders, and serving as an escalation point to resolve issues when they arise. 

Prior to her current role, Stacey was a Program Manager in Information Technology at KU and a Project Manager at a software development company. She is a certified project manager (PMP and PMI-ACP) and has worked in television production, advertising, software development, and higher education. Stacey has a bachelor’s degree from KU. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in project management from KU.

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