FAS Executive Team


Financial and Administrative Services

=Erin S. Gore 
Senior Vice Chancellor


Becky Daro
Office of the Senior Vice Chancellor

Klint Jaramillo
Diversity and Inclusion

Irene McGlynn
Audit & Advisory Services

Jon Giacomi
Campus Life Services


Corey Jackson 


Joe Bengfort


Mike Clune 
UCSF Finance


Brian Newman
UCSF Real Estate


Mike Denson
UCSF Police Dept.


Stephanie Metz
UCSF Program
Mgmt. Office


Photo of SVC Erin Gore Erin S. Gore 
Senior Vice Chancellor, Finance & Administration

The FAS Mission is to provide enterprise-wide and financially sustainable strategic, administrative and operational support services that advance UCSF's mission, safeguard University assets and assure public trust. More about the Office of the Senior Vice Chancellor

The FAS Executive Team works as a collective to continuously improve the UCSF's infrastructure, community and resource stewardship. 


Photo of Associate Vice Chancellor Joe Bengfort.UCSF Information Technology

Joe Bengfort
Associate Vice Chancellor
UCSF Chief Information Officer (CIO)
Senior Vice President, UCSF Health


UCSF is technologically and organizationally complex, with both centralized and departmental IT units providing support for enterprise and specialized services. Central IT provides infrastructure, network, security, analytics, integration, and application support services and is essential to the organization’s ability to support growth, mitigate security risk, and manage, store and share sensitive information.

Services include:

  • Voice, Video, and Pager
  • Accounts & Email
  • Desktop Support
  • Web
  • Network & Wireless
  • Security
  • Data Center Services
  • Systems
  • Consulting and Planning

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Photo of Vice Chancellor and Chief Financial Officer for UCSF, Teresa Costantinidis.UCSF Finance

Mike Clune 
Senior Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Financial Officer


UCSF Finance is dedicated to ensuring that UCSF financial resources are carefully stewarded and effectively managed so that UCSF can achieve its mission of advancing health worldwide through innovative health sciences education, discovery, and patient care. The organization of UCSF Finance comprise of key services including Budget and Resource Management, Controller's Office, FAS Finance Service Center, Risk Management and Insurances Services, and Supply Chain Management.

Mike serves as the principal university finance and resource planning and administrative steward, directing and leading an array of UCSF's fiduciary management activities, including:

  • Campus-wide Strategic and Operational Planning
  • Business Services Development and Operational Problem-solving
  • Compliance Programs and Financial Management
  • Campus Supply Chain Management
  • Campus Risk Management and Insurance Services
  • Capital Project Plan Steering
  • Federal Costing Management

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  • Budget and Resource Management (BRM) provides the highest quality decision support and resource management services to the UCSF enterprise in order to optimize acquisition and financial stewardship of University resources in support of instruction, research and public service to advance health worldwide.
  • Controller's Office is committed to compliance with institutional policies, applicable laws and regulations, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB), and Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) to safeguard University assets. The office works closely with customers to provide timely answers and problem resolution, as well as training programs that educate the campus business managers and staff with UC financial policies and procedures.
  • FAS Finance Service Center is a regional center established to provide high-quality consistent and timely finance services to clients within FAS and select other UCSF departments. It is organized to deliver services in a cost effective, efficient and professional manner, providing subject matter expertise and knowledge of, and in compliance with, University policies, practices and procedures.
  • Risk Management and Insurances Services (RMIS) strives to protect the assets and interests of UCSF staff and programs through assessment of loss exposures, focused prevention efforts and efficient management of insurance and self-insurance policies.
  • Supply Chain Management (SCM) provides supply chain services that support the academic and research mission, as well as guidance and supply chain process tools to campus departments and central administrative units. The department also ensures controls in the supply chain and maintains the highest level of compliance with UC policy and applicable local, state, and federal laws and regulations.

Photo of  Rebecca DaroOffice of the Senior Vice Chancellor

Rebecca Daro
Strategy and Administration Executive Director


The Office of the Senior Vice Chancellor is the campus control point over many of the key campus departments responsible for the provision and maintenance of the majority of central campus infrastructure and services.

Services include:

  • FAS Control Point Management
  • UCSF/FAS Initiatives Coordination

Photo of UCSF Police Department's Chief of Police, Mike Denson. UCSF Police

Mike Denson
Chief of Police

The UCSF Police department handles all patrol, investigations, crime prevention, emergency management, homeland security and related community policing duties for the UCSF campus.

Services include:

  • Field Services
  • Technical Services
  • Professional Standards
  • Homeland Security & Emergency Management

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Campus Life Services

photo of Jon Giacomi, Associate Vice Chancellor, Campus Life ServicesJon Giacomi 
Associate Vice Chancellor

Campus Life Services provides services that will enhance the quality of UCSF campus life for faculty, staff, students, visitors, and the neighboring community. From transportation, housing, and business support to child care, entertainment, fitness, building operations and maintenance. 

Services include:

  • Conference and Events
  • Community Events 
  • Documents and Media
  • Facilities
  • Family Services
  • Fitness and Recreation
  • Housing
  • Marketing by CLS
  • Retail
  • Sustainability
  • Transportation 

Visit the CLS website

Photo of Senior Vice President, UCSF Human Resources and Associate Vice Chancellor UCSF Health: Corey Jackson, JD, SPHR, CCP, CBP UCSF Human Resources

Corey Jackson, JD, SPHR, CCP, CBP 
Senior Vice President, UCSF Human Resources and
Associate Vice Chancellor UCSF Health


UCSF Human Resources provides quality HR services to attract, develop, motivate, and retain a diverse workforce within a supportive work environment.

Services include:

  • Employment - Full Time and Temporary
  • Recruitment
  • Appointment
  • Onboarding
  • Separation / Retirement
  • Compensation
  • Benefits
  • Labor/Employee Relations and Academic Relations
  • Disability Management
  • Learning & Organizational Development (Campus & Medical Center)

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 Photo of UCSF's Chief Audit Officer, Irene McGlynn.Audit & Advisory Services

Irene McGlynn
Chief Audit Officer


Audit & Advisory Services (AAS) is a managerial control which functions by reviewing, measuring and evaluating the effectiveness of other controls. AAS has the authority for full access to all University records, properties and personnel relevant to the subject under review. The department is free to review and appraise policies, plans, procedures, and records.

Services include:

  • Assurance/ compliance audits
  • Risk advisory and consultations
  • Process mappings and current state assessments
  • Data analytics
  • Controls design and data validation
  • Policy reviews
  • Investigative reviews
  • Pre and post system implementation reviews
  • External audit coordination

visit the Audit & Advisory Services Website

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Program Management Office

Stephanie Metz 
Assistant Vice Chancellor-Strategy and Business Transformation


The Program Management Office (PMO) is an internal business advisory unit of skilled professionals who provide consulting services to the UCSF campus. The PMO works with schools and central leaders and their department staff to implement both campus-wide and unit-specific operational improvements.

Services include:

  • Strategic Planning, Initiative Envisioning and Preliminary Project Scoping
  • Organizational, Process, and Technology Assessments
  • Business Process Improvements
  • Program Design and Implementation
  • Organizational Restructuring
  • Technology Implementations

Visit the PMO website

Photo of Senior Associate Vice Chancellor for UCSF Real Estate and Vice President UCSF Health Brian Newman UCSF Real Estate

Brian Newman 
Chief Real Estate Officer and Vice President/Senior Associate Vice Chancellor 

UCSF Real Estate is a newly formed unit that brings together UCSF Real Estate and UCSF Health Design and Construction. This integrated unit will enable better alignment of development, planning, design, construction, and management of all space across UCSF.

The organization is focused on the development, planning, delivery, and management of physical space for UCSF. Key responsibilities include a unified approach to overseeing UCSF’s planned growth across its multi-site campus and managing the complex metropolitan environments affecting capital assets and projects.

The department provides:

  • Capital Program Management
  • Building Department Services
  • Office of Campus Architect
  • Physical, Capital and Space Planning
  • Business Intelligence
    • Space Analytics
    • Geographic Information Systems (GIS
    • Project Management Information Systems
    • Document Management
  • Leasing, Asset Management, Acquisition, and Disposition Administration
  • Finance, Administrative and Operations Services

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Photo of Klint Jaramillo

Diversity and Inclusion 

Klint Jaramillo  
Executive Director of Diversity & Inclusion

Klint serves as the inaugural Executive Director of Diversity & Inclusion for FAS. Klint leads the FAS DEIA-AR Steering Committee, propels the DEIA-AR momentum already underway within FAS, including annual belonging goals and DEIA-AR action plans, and identifies future initiatives to ensure the UCSF workplace works for everyone and creates opportunities for those within the community in which UCSF operates. 

Visit FAS DEIA-AR Website