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1478 Union Road
PO Box 112008
S-113 Criser Hall
Gainesville, FL 32611-2008
Phone: (352) 392-0185
Fax: (352) 846-3576
tmhelp@admin.ufl.edu

We are located at S-113 Criser Hall (West entrance, from the Plaza of the Americas).

Cashier Lobby hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. through 4:00 p.m.
Phone: (352) 392-9057


Brad Bennett, Senior Associate Controller
Oversees Bursar, Treasury Management, Payroll Services and Tax Services

TBD, Administrative Support Assistant I
Office Administration for the Bursar and Treasury Management


Treasury Management Super User

Maxine King, IT Expert
(352) 273-0447
Coordinates month-end closing of the PeopleSoft Accounts Receivable and Treasury modules, manages and ensures functionality of PeopleSoft AR/BI module, Human Subject Payment module, Cash Management-Banking-Financial Gate in the Treasury module and CASHNet Cashiering software; acts as liaison with UF Enterprise Systems for all TM issues.


Human Subject Payment Program

Elizabeth ‘Lee’ Johnson, Assistant Controller
(352) 273-0493
Manages and supports the Human Subject Payment program, Bank Reconciliations, Payment Card Operations, and petty cash/change funds. Coordinates periodic surprise counts of petty cash, change funds, and research stipend funds. Ensures accurate and timely reconciliation of bank accounts to accounting records. Oversees of all prepaid debit card inventory and ordering of other forms of payment. Reviews and approves HSP security requests.

Arienne Shelton, Program Assistant
(352) 273-0440
Primarily responsible for processing HSP requests, provides accounting information and backup for prepaid and gift card orders, provides cash payments per requests and prepaid cards from Treasury Management inventory, and provides training and customer service for HSP related questions. Serves as lead Program Assistant and provides guidance to other team members.

Amber Yang, Program Assistant
(352) 273-0489
Assists with all aspects of the HSP program including processing HSP requests, providing accounting information and backup documentation for prepaid gift card orders, providing cash payment per request and prepaid cards from Treasury Management inventory, providing training and customer service to the HSP community.  Monitors and tracks research studies that are expired or expiring, and assists with close out activities.

TBD, Program Assistant
(352) 273-0445


Bank Reconciliation

Qihong “Janet” Li, Accountant III
(352) 273-0490
Supervises and supports Bank Reconciliation area. Responsible for completion of accurate and timely bank reconciliations and general ledger cash accounts. Assists with periodic surprise counts of petty cash, change funds, and research stipend cash funds.

Laura Richardson, Accountant II
(352) 294-2867
Reconciles bank and general ledger cash accounts. Assists with periodic surprise counts of petty cash, change funds, and research stipend cash funds.

Colin Trumble, Accountant II
(352) 273-0457
Reconciles bank and general ledger cash accounts. Develops and maintains procedures documentation for ERP bank reconciliation modules. Assists with periodic surprise counts of petty cash, change funds, and research stipend cash funds.

Hiren Patel, Accountant II
(352) 273-0452
Responsible for reconciliation of bank and general ledger cash accounts. Assists with periodic surprise counts of petty cash, change funds, and research stipend cash funds.


Payment Card Operations

Email: Treasury-creditcards@ad.ufl.edu

Renato Squindo, Business Relationship Manager II
(352) 273-0491
Coordinates the creation, maintenance and closing of credit card merchant accounts, including eCommerce, and manages the compliance efforts with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) regarding all campus core merchants.

Eric DeLaet, Business Relationship Manager II
(352) 273-0492
Assists in the creation, maintenance and closing of credit card merchant accounts including eCommerce and manages the compliance efforts with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) regarding all merchants.


Deposit Control and Investments

Shane Anderson, Assistant Controller
(352) 273-0446
Manages Deposit Control area of Treasury Management that is responsible for processing cash, check, credit card, incoming wires and ACH departmental deposits; Manages Cash Management/Investment area that is responsible for determining daily cash needs to meet University expenditures and investing excess University funds and allocating interest earned to appropriate funds. Oversees processing of outgoing bank wires and accounts for funds loaned to University departments through the Central Bank area.

Robin Levine, Accounting Specialist
(352) 273-0450
Manages Deposit Control area of Treasury Management who are responsible for reviewing and finalizing departmental deposits for UF. Key responsibilities include supervising and training the Deposit Control team, identifying and resolving deposit issues, managing updates to deposit policies and procedures, and serving as backup for each Fiscal Assistant position. Researches, verifies, logs and posts all deposit corrections. Reviews and posts UF Foundation transfers and returned checks. Processes foreign checks, deposit modification and deletions. Assists in departmental education, training and problem resolution related to deposit processing. Provides customer service for both UF and Florida Polytechnic University.

Marjorie Kirby, Fiscal Assistant II
(352) 273-0494
Verifies support of all departmental cash/check deposits for the University. Compares, confirms, and budget checks same deposits within PeopleSoft. Researches, identifies, logs and budget checks cash and check deposits for satellite branches of the University that are not delivered to Cashiering. Compares, confirms and budget checks all EFT deposits entered into PeopleSoft. Processes returned checks and deposit deletion requests. Provides customer service for deposit-related questions.

Margaret ‘Maggie’ Novello, Fiscal Assistant II
(352) 274-0412
Researches, identifies, logs and budget checks credit card deposits for all departments within the University. Ensures all credit card deposits have been identified and deposited by month end. Processes foreign checks, returned checks, and deposit deletions. Processes student, staff, third party contract, scholarship, and collection agency payments that are received through the mail. Provides customer service for deposit related questions.

Amy Hu, Accountant III
(352) 273-0451
Processes outgoing bank wires, calculates daily cash needs, assists with interest allocation and Central Bank loan processing.


University Cashier

Karen Gillespie, Accounting Specialist
(352) 273-0485
Manages cashier operations, manages the daily cashier department area of Treasury Management, who is responsible for reviewing/processing all departmental deposits received by cash and check, resolving department deposit discrepancies, processing student payments received by check, handling returned checks, and managing cash needs through the vault operations. Supervises the Cashiering team, manages the departmental compliance of Cash Handling Directives and Procedures of the University and operations, serves as a liaison between Wells Fargo Bank and the Treasury Management Cashier area.

Hema Patel, Fiscal Assistant III
(352) 273-0484
Coordinates the processing of student payments received by check which include third-party payments, scholarships and collections, serves as backup to the vault operations, assists in the receipt, verification and depositing departmental deposits of deposits to the bank,, and reviews returned items checks and student/staff mail processing, vault operations and prepares the end-of-day reports for balancing to the student payment system.

Denice Slade, Fiscal Assistant II
(352) 273-0487
Reviews and verifies cash and check departmental deposits, scans checks for transmission to the bank via the Remote Deposit Capture, archives check records and aids in the destruction of outdated records, resolves departmental deposit discrepancies.

Lisa Bynes, Fiscal Assistant II
(352) 273-0488
Reviews and verifies cash and check departmental deposits, scans checks for transmission to the bank via the Remote Deposit Capture, archives check records and aids in the destruction of outdated records, resolves departmental deposit discrepancies.