(July 25, 2011)--Effective Tuesday, July 26, the Office of the Controller (UTSA Office of the Assistant Vice President for Financial Affairs) and Grants and Contracts Financial Services will move from the Main Campus to University Heights Room 1.104. Accounting Services also will relocate to UH on Monday, Aug. 1.
Staff in the controller’s offices will retain existing phone numbers, and departments should be fully operational by July 27 and Aug. 2 (Accounting Services). All pending emails or phone messages will be answered as soon as staff have moved into their new locations.
Office of the Assistant Vice President for Financial Affairs and Controller, 210-458-6914, fax 210-458-4829
Lenora Chapman, Assistant Vice President for Financial Affairs and Controller, 210-458-6774
Linda Martinez, Administrative Services Officer II, 210-458-6914
Paula Villagran*, Capital and Special Project Accountant, 210-458-6167
Carol Riley, Senior Business Analyst, 210-458-5367
Lisa Bixenman, Accountant II, 210-458-7993
Grants and Contracts Financial Services, 210-458-4225, fax 210-458-4222
Carol Hollingsworth, Director, 210-458-4229
Lila Martinelli*, Associate Director, 210-458-4238
Elena Villanueva, Grant Accountant III, 210-458-6633
Gloria Alanis, Grant Accountant II, 210-458-6377
Rosa Varela, Grant Accountant II, 210-458-4225
Leigh Ann Young, Grant Accountant II, 210-458-8033
Accounting Services, 210-458-4212, fax 210-458-4222,
Ana Longoria*, Director, 210-458-4841
Charlotte Mikulec, Associate Director, 210-458-4841
Cynthia A. Schweers, Senior Accountant, 210-458-4216
Regina Moore, Accountant III, 210-458-4227
Marlene Zacarias, Accountant III, 210-458-4826
Kimmung Doan, Accountant II, 210-458-4834
Jorge Solis, Accountant II, 210-458-4827
Justin Avants, Accountant II, 210-458-4525
Ashley Zaldivar, Accountant II, 210-458-8525
Priscilla Ybarra, Accountant I, 210-458-4212
* Staff member is currently assigned to UT Share, UTSA's PeopleSoft Implementation Project, University Heights, Building 4.
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