EVP Finance and Administration
MA, Johns Hopkins University
Stewart Uretsky is the executive vice president for finance and administration, overseeing the offices of finance and accounting, audit, capital structure planning, cash and debt management, human resources, public safety, facilities and real estate, dining, information technology and procurement.
Prior to joining Brandeis in September 2016, Uretsky was vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer for the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC. During his tenure, he was honored as Nonprofit CFO of the Year (2014). From 2009-2010, he served as chief financial and administrative officer at Conservation International, an environmental non-profit in Washington. Starting in 1999, Uretsky spent 10 years in finance and operations roles at Harvard University, first at the Harvard Institute for International Development, and then at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, where he was chief administrative and financial officer.
Uretsky earned his bachelor’s degree in economics and management from New York University and his master’s in international economics and international relations from Johns Hopkins University.