Amy Kweskin is the Vice Chancellor for Finance and Chief Financial Officer for Washington University in St. Louis. She has over 25 years of finance and treasury management experience in higher education and the corporate world. Ms. Kweskin is responsible for the University’s Financial Services office including: Treasury Management, Insurance & Risk Management, Student & Parent Loan Programs, Accounting Services, Sponsored Research Accounting, and Financial Planning & Analysis. In addition to these responsibilities, she is also actively involved in the University’s Real Estate transactions, Strategic Planning initiatives, Enterprise Risk Management and serves as a volunteer for the University’s Campus Interview Team. Ms. Kweskin was previously the Associate Vice Chancellor for Finance and Treasurer for Washington University in St. Louis. Prior to joining the University, Kweskin was the Treasury Manager for McDonnell Douglas Corporation (now Boeing). In addition to her Treasury responsibilities at McDonnell Douglas, she also managed the Fiscal Development Program (FDP). FDP was a selective financial training program that Kweskin participated in at the start of her career.

Ms. Kweskin is a board member and currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors for Hillel at Washington University. She is also on the Board of Directors for the Contractor Loan Fund and a member of the Finance Committee for the Cortex Innovation Community.  She has served as a Director and Trustee of the College and University Trust Administration and the College and University Risk Management Association; and as a representative for Pinnacle Consortium of Higher Education (a risk retention group that the University participates in).   Kweskin is involved in numerous professional organizations including her role on the Board of Directors for the Treasury Institute and her previous participation on the Programming Committee. She has been a speaker for several organizations including: the Treasury Institute for Higher Education, the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO), and the Association of Financial Professionals (AFP). She has a B.S. from the University of Missouri – St. Louis and her M.B.A. from St. Louis