Global Conference 2014
Executive Vice President, Business Operations, University of California
Nathan Brostrom is executive vice president for business operations at the University of California. He serves as chief administrative officer for the UC system, with responsibility over budget, facility construction and maintenance, real estate management, human resource administration, institutional advancement and information technology support. He also oversees the budget and administration of the office of the president. Brostrom joined the university in 2006 as vice chancellor for administration at the Berkeley campus. Previously, he spent 10 years as managing director and manager of the western region public finance group at JPMorgan, where he worked on municipal financings totaling more than $100 billion. He served as lead banker on the $11.3-billion energy bond program that repaid the California General Fund for lost revenue from the 2000-01 energy crisis. Brostrom graduated from Stanford University and holds a master's degree in public and international affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University.