Christendom College has appointed Scott Kay as its new vice president of finance.
Kay brings more than 15 years of experience to the job, including six years as a CPA working in public accounting. He joins the college after seven years as chief accounting officer and investment research senior analyst for a multi-asset class investment management and advisory firm, representing over $3 billion in assets.
“We are very pleased to welcome Scott to the college,” said College President Dr. Timothy O’Donnell. “His references were glowing, and he created a very favorable impression with board members, staff, and faculty alike. His broad knowledge and experience, can-do work style, willingness to learn, dedication to the mission of the college, and humble, prayerful approach struck all involved in the process, and we look forward to working together towards our mission of Restoring All Things in Christ.”
Kay received his BS in business administration from Franciscan University, and his MBA from the University of Notre Dame. He also attained a Charted Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) certification, Charted Financial Analyst (CFA) designation, and Certified Financial Planner (CFP) certification during his professional career to this point. He is married to alumna Margaret Kay (née Ginski) ’05 and has eight children.
Kay is succeeding Luke Fier in the role, who served the college well for seven years as controller and as director of finance.