Claremont University Consortium Leadership
- Stig Lanesskog
Stig Lanesskog is the CEO of Claremont University Consortium (CUC). In this role, he oversees 34 shared services for The Claremont Colleges and works with the presidents and other senior leaders of the campuses to facilitate and implement strategic initiatives. More...
Listed in alphabetical order:
- Mia Alonzo
- Controller and Director of Financial Services
Mia Alonzo was named Controller and Associate Director of Financial Services in January 2009, and became the Director in November 2013. In this position, she serves as the corporate controller for Claremont University Consortium, Claremont Graduate University, Scripps College, Claremont McKenna College, Harvey Mudd College, Pitzer College, and Keck Graduate Institute for Applied Life Sciences. More...
- Bonnie Clemens
- Secretary to the Board and Assistant to the Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Bonnie Jackson Clemens was appointed to the position of Secretary to the Board and Assistant to the Chief Executive Officer effective July 1, 2008. In that role, she provides executive management support and research assistance to the Board of Overseers and several Board Committees as well as executive management support to the Council of The Claremont Colleges. More...
- Denise Hayes
- Vice President for Student Affairs
Dr. Denise Hayes joined Claremont University Consortium in July 2009 and was named Vice President for Student Affairs in January 2011. In that capacity, she has responsibility for the Chaplains, Chicano Latino/Student Affairs, Black Student Affairs, Health Education Outreach, and Student Health Services. Prior to her current appointment, she served as Director of Student Health and Counseling Services for The Claremont Colleges. More...
- Lori Husein
- Vice President of Finance and Administration/Treasurer
Lori A. Husein, CPA, is the vice president of finance and administration/treasurer and a member of the CUC senior cabinet. Lori is responsible for financial services, benefits, compensation, central facilities services, facilities planning, business affairs, environmental health and safety, real estate, enterprise services and human resources. More...
- Kim Lane
- Director of Communications
Kim Lane became the director of communications for Claremont University Consortium (CUC) in May 2015. In this position, she oversees the communication, design and web development units. She brings extensive experience in communications and marketing, working with the media; managing, developing and designing print, electronic and social media content; overseeing branding campaigns; and handling change management issues. More...
- Dana Makiewicz
- Project Manager
Dana is CUC’s Project Manager and a member of the Senior Cabinet. In this capacity, Dana manages a portfolio of CUC and intercollegiate projects helping to ensure each project meets schedule, cost and quality objectives. More...
- Kevin Mulroy
- A.J. McFadden Dean of the Claremont Colleges Library
Kevin Mulroy was appointed to serve as the A.J. McFadden Dean of the Claremont Colleges Library beginning July 15, 2013. As dean, Mulroy ensures the library’s continued integration into the fabric of each of the seven colleges. He has more than 25 years of library experience and is a proven leader in all facets of library management, including public services, collection management, budgeting, personnel, fundraising, and technological innovation. More...
- Stan Skipworth
- Director, Campus Safety
Stan Skipworth was appointed Director of Campus Safety on April 15, 2015. In this position, Stan is responsible for providing leadership and direction to our campus safety professionals who safeguard the persons and properties of students, faculty, staff, and visitors to The Claremont Colleges. More...
- Chuck Thompson
- Chief Information Officer
Chuck Thompson was named Chief Information Officer for Claremont University Consortium (CUC) on Jan. 1, 2016. He is responsible for providing IT services in support of all of The Claremont Colleges as well as for supporting the IT needs of CUC. More...