Timothy G. Jordan (MEd)

Chief Financial Officer of Antioch University


AUNE Contact Information

603-283-2394

Highest Degree

MEd, Antioch University

Areas of Expertise

finance, accounting, human resources, student accounts, risk management

Overview

Tim Jordan has served as chief administrative officer and chief financial officer at Antioch University New England since 2003. Tim began his tenure at ANE in 1975 when he was hired as business manager. He also earned his master of education in administration and supervision from ANE.

His responsibilities and authority include: supervision of the operating division of finance and accounting; human resources and payroll; contract negotiations; and business services, including: student accounts, financial aid, physical plant, purchasing, information technology, public safety, auxiliary services, and risk management. Tim works closely with the vice chancellor of finance for Antioch University and CFOs from the other Antioch University campuses, as well as the ANE president, controller, and campus staff and faculty.

Prior to joining Antioch New England, Tim worked for Housing and Urban Development as a financial specialist and director of the HUD Conservation and Code Enforcement program in Brattleboro, Vermont. He also completed military service, serving in the Coast Guard as a radioman and in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve as an officer LTJG. Tim is also active in the community and has served on the Monadnock United Way Allocations and Program Review Committee, and the boards of directors of the Keene Family YMCA, Grand Monadnock Arts Council, and Greater Keene Chamber of Commerce.

Tim is a native Vermonter. According to family lore, his great-great-great-great-great-great grandfather was the first Anglo-Saxon baby born in the territory that became Vermont. Tim and his wife Vicky Morton, also an ANE alum, live in Keene.

Expert Bio

His responsibilities and authority at Antioch New England include: supervision of the operating division of finance and accounting; human resources and payroll; contract negotiations; and business services, including: student accounts, financial aid, physical plant, purchasing, information technology, public safety, auxiliary services, and risk management.