Stout names Schulte-Shoberg as director of Stout’s business, financial services

2011-12-12T15:15:00Z Stout names Schulte-Shoberg as director of Stout’s business, financial servicesBy UW-STOUT NEWS BUREAU Chippewa Herald
December 12, 2011 3:15 pm  • 

Kim Schulte-Shoberg has joined University of Wisconsin-Stout as director of Business and Financial Services.

Schulte-Shoberg’s duties will include serving as the university controller, managing a variety of financial activities and leading Stout’s Accounting Services, Student Business Services and Procurement and Materials Management units.

Schulte-Shoberg brings extensive financial expertise to the position, including most recently as senior financial analyst and internal control analyst for Mayo Clinic Health System. She also has been a financial analyst for Target and a senior auditor with Minneapolis accounting firm KPMG.

Schulte-Shoberg has previous UW-Stout experience. In 2003, she joined the university as internal auditor. In 2005, she was appointed interim controller and director of Business and Financial Services, serving for three years.

“The university is fortunate to have Kim back on the financial leadership team,” said Ed Nieskes, vice chancellor for Administrative and Student Life Services. “Her knowledge and experience make her a great addition to UW-Stout. She’s the perfect person to help us navigate the current budget concerns and capitalize on opportunities.”

Schulte-Shoberg has an accounting degree from University of Minnesota and a Master of Business Administration from UW-Eau Claire.

Schulte-Shoberg replaces Nieskes, who was appointed vice chancellor in August.

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