Schrof named Delaware State Vice President for Finance

Robert Schrof has joined Delaware State University as Vice President for Finance. He began his duties on Monday. (Submitted photo)

DOVER — Robert Schrof has joined Delaware State University as Vice President for Finance. He will be responsible for the full complement of financial accounting and management at the university, reporting directly to Acting President Wilma Mishoe.

Mr. Schrof is a financial planning and analysis  leader with more than 25 years of experience in the financial services and health care sectors. His expertise includes profit and loss reporting; forecasting and modeling; analyzing corporate debt strategy; product and service pricing; portfolio analytics; credit risk and accounts receivable; and SOX compliance. During his career he has served as a financial executive with Wells Fargo, the Student Finance Corporation and the Radian Group, all in the Delaware Valley area

Most recently, Mr. Schrof was a principal with Predictive Analytics, a management consulting firm organized to help institutions across a variety of sectors increase productivity and eliminate inefficiencies that inhibit growth. Predictive Analytics has been working with Delaware State University since February 2018.

“As you all know, this is a critical hire for the University and important to the University’s long-term health and stability,” Dr. Mishoe said. “I want to thank Ms. Denese Lindsey for serving as an interim chief financial officer while we went through a thorough search for Rob. Her history with the University and institutional knowledge has helped significantly throughout the academic year.”

Mr. Schrof officially began his tenure on Monday.

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