Executive Vice President, Business Operations, University of California
Nathan Brostrom serves as chief administrative officer for the University of California system, with responsibility over systemwide 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.
Nathan Brostrom joined the University of California in 2006 as Vice Chancellor for Administration at UC Berkeley. Before that, Mr. Brostrom spent ten years as Managing Director and Manager of the Western Region Public Finance group for JPMorgan. Mr. Brostrom served as a banker for higher education and cultural institutions including Stanford University, the Getty Trust, the California State University system, the California community college system, the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, the San Francisco Ballet, and other cultural institutions in the western United States. His experience also includes four years in the office of the California State Treasurer, and additional corporate finance experience at JPMorgan Securities and Quarterdeck Investment Partners.
Mr. Brostrom graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford University and holds a master’s degree in public and international affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University.