June 24, 2015
Bill Dillon currently serves as Executive Vice President of the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO). Before joining NACUBO in 2004, Bill served as a business officer at Carnegie Mellon and Chatham Universities, as well as national vice president of market development for ARAMARK Higher Education. Over the years, Bill has taught many university courses, including undergraduate courses in finance and operational analysis, and an MBA program at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Bill has published articles related to a range of educational issues in numerous professional journals and has been a speaker at several annual meetings. Having served on various boards and committees during his career, Bill is currently Chair of the Association of Public and Land‐ grant Universities (APLU) Employee Pension Investment Committee.
Kevin Maloney has spent the last 12 years in higher education, and currently serves as the Director of Strategic Sourcing and PantherExpress System Solutions for the University of Pittsburgh. Prior to his current position, Kevin worked in the manufacturing sector. He has extensive experience managing and directing the functions of production, purchasing, shop floor control, production and capacity planning, order entry, data base management, storerooms, warehouses, shipping and receiving and materials management. Kevin also serves as a member of the E&I Strategic Sourcing Committee.
“Our Board of Directors guides us through the process of understanding the complex interests of a diverse educational community,” said Tom Fitzgerald, CEO of E&I Cooperative Services. “In order to do that effectively, they must reflect that diversity. I’m proud to say that our Board includes a unique collection of men and women from across the country, from large and small public and private institutions, most with procurement backgrounds but also professionals from Facilities Planning and Management, Business Affairs, Campus Operations, Administrative Affairs, Information Technology, and Academic Affairs. Their hard work and dedication help us maximize the value and impact E&I has on the education community.”
Comprised of 11 members, E&I’s Board of Directors also welcomed Amir Dabirian, Mary Dukakis, and Bill Elvey, who were each re‐elected to another term this year.
E&I Cooperative Services (E&I) is the member‐owned, not‐for‐profit sourcing cooperative delivering expertise, solutions and services to education and related institutions. E&I provides members with access to a diverse portfolio of competitively awarded contracts, electronic procurement platforms and consulting services to help them source effectively. By leveraging the knowledge and expertise of
more than 3,600 member institutions, E&I helps members reduce costs and optimize supply chain efficiencies. The Cooperative’s member‐driven competitive solicitation process meets generally accepted procurement standards across the nation.