Photo of Charles MaimoneUNCG Chancellor Linda P. Brady today announced the appointment of Charles A. Maimone as vice chancellor for business affairs, effective August 1. Maimone will serve as a member of the executive staff and lead the Business Affairs Division with overall responsibility for financial administration and university operations.

Maimone will join UNCG from UNC Wilmington, where he has served as vice chancellor for business affairs and chief financial officer for the past six years. While at UNCW, Maimone oversaw financial services, human resources, facilities operations, university police, auxiliary and business services, institutional risk management, and environmental health and safety. He also led a variety of campus-wide initiatives, including the development and implementation of shared services, analytics, unified budget process, alternative distance education business models, and UNCW’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

“We are pleased that Charlie Maimone will be joining UNCG in this strategically important role. He is an accomplished business affairs leader who brings extensive UNC system experience and a successful record of driving innovative funding and efficiency solutions in a dynamic environment,” Brady said.

Prior to joining UNCW, Maimone held several key leadership roles with The College of William and Mary, including associate vice president for administration and director of auxiliary services. He previously held a series of auxiliary services, housing and food services, and residence life positions at UNCW, as well as residence hall-related roles with Miami University and Kent State University, both in Ohio.

Maimone received his B.A. in sociology and M.A. in education from Kent State University, and an M.B.A. from The College of William and Mary.

“I am very excited to have the opportunity to join UNCG, which has a rich history as one of the three original members of the University of North Carolina and a strong reputation for helping students achieve academic success while contributing to the community,” Maimone said.