New business officer selected for UC Blue Ash

Diane White brings a wealth of experience to the role, including 15 years with UC

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Diane White is the new business officer at UC Blue Ash.

Diane White is the new business officer for the University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College.

White brings more than 20 years of experience to her new position, including her work in a variety of roles related to budget and financing at UC. For the past decade she served successfully as business officer for UC’s College Conservatory of Music.

White is a certified public accountant who graduated with honors from UC while earning a bachelor’s degree in business administration. She is also an alum of UC Blue Ash; she attended the college before transitioning to the Lindner College of Business.

“I am particularly excited to welcome Diane back to our college,” said Robin Lightner, UC Blue Ash dean. “She has successfully collaborated across the university on a number of projects, and her contributions and leadership are well-respected.”

As business officer at UC Blue Ash, White will oversee all financial operations for the college. This includes budget planning and forecasting, as well as establishing long-range financial objectives.

About UC Blue Ash College

UC Blue Ash College is a regional college within the University of Cincinnati. It offers one of the best values in higher education with access to a nationally recognized UC education in more than 50 degree and certificate programs, as well as tuition that is about half of most colleges and universities. The college is located on a scenic 135-acre wooded campus in the heart of Blue Ash, Ohio. To learn more, call 513-745-5600, visit us online, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter and Instagram.

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