Bill Dillon is the retired executive vice president of the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO), having served in several positions within the organization since joining in 2004. Prior to his role at NACUBO, Bill served as Business Officer for both Carnegie Mellon and Chatham Universities, and National Vice President of Market Development for ARAMARK Higher Education. His responsibilities at Carnegie Mellon included serving as the Procurement Director for more than two years.
He has a BS degree in industrial engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and both an MPA in public and international affairs and a Ph.D. in higher education administration from the University of Pittsburgh. Over the years, Bill has taught undergraduate courses in finance and operational analysis at both Carnegie Mellon and Chatham University and in the MBA program at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
He has served on various boards and committees during his career and is currently Chair of the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) Employee Pension Investment Committee.
Bill has published articles related to a wide range of educational issues in NACUBO’s Business Officer magazine and other professional journals and has been a speaker at the annual meetings of the Council of Independent Colleges, both the National and Eastern Association of College and University Business Officers, the Association of Sustainability in Higher Education, the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, the Association of College Unions International, the Business Management Institute and the University Risk Managers International Association.