Timothy Slottow is the executive vice president of Finance and Chief Financial Officer for Kamehameha Schools. He began his new role on March 1, 2018.
Slottow has kuleana over Kamehameha’s Finance, Financial Assets, and Commercial Real Estate divisions. He is responsible for financial management and performance of the organization’s strategic financial planning, budgeting analysis and management, financial modeling and reporting, cost benefits analysis, forecasting, accounting and treasury operations, partnership and acquisitions, transactions structuring and negotiation, and investment strategies and performance related to the management of the trust’s assets.
Slottow brings more than three decades of educational, governmental, philanthropic, financial and leadership experience to Kamehameha Schools. Most recently, he served as president of the University of Phoenix in Tempe, Arizona, and its 29 local satellite campuses including Hawai‘i. Prior to that, he served as the executive vice president and chief financial officer at the University of Michigan where he oversaw finance, property, and business operations of the university’s $16 billion in assets.
Slottow holds an MBA from the University of Washington and a bachelor’s in human physiology from the University of California at Berkeley.