Henry Sobanet, the former director of the Colorado Governor’s Office of State Planning and Budgeting (OSPB), has been named the chief financial officer of the Colorado State University System. Sobanet was announced CFO of the CSU system June 12 after having casual conversations over several months with CSU President and Chancellor Tony Frank regarding the position. His position became effective on Aug. 1. “I’m honored and excited to be here,” Sobanet said. “I love the chance to work on the mission of delivering education to students and furthering the research mission. I’m so impressed by what we’re working on and the opportunities ahead.” Sobanet’s job not only pertains to the CSU Fort Collins campus but with respect to all that happens to the three CSU schools and all the interrelated issues between them. Sobanet, who earned a bachelor’s degree in economics at the University of Colorado in Boulder and a master’s degree in economics from the University of Colorado in Denver, has worked extensively within the Colorado state government for about 20 years. “My training out of my master’s degree was around how to give financial economic and demographic forecasting,” Sobanet said. “My first work for the state was forecasting… Read full this story
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