Office of the Treasurer
The Vann Administration’s Office of the Treasurer manages all finances across the branch and in collaboration with other campus organizations and the university. The goals of the Office of the Treasurer are to increase tuition and fee transparency, ensure equitable access to USG funding for registered student organizations, and prioritize financial value for students.
The Office of the Treasurer will not formally meet on a regular basis this year but will maintain consistent internal communication.
Logan Grodsky (he/him)
Undergraduate Student Body Treasurer || firstname.lastname@example.org
Logan Grodsky is a sophomore from Bayside, NY, majoring in Business Administration and Public Policy with a minor Spanish. Logan’s top concern is serving the financial interests of the Undergraduate Student Body. To do this, he is focusing this term in office on advocating for reform to the student government finance process and for the restructuring of student fees to better serve student interests. Prior to serving as treasurer, he served in the Undergraduate Senate representing District 3. He is also a member of the Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies, in which he serves as President of the Dialectic Society.
Inquiries regarding Undergraduate Student Government financial budgeting, execution, and oversight should be referred directly to the Treasurer. Inquiries regarding the Student Fee Audit Committee and/or management of broader student government funds should include GPSG Vice President for Finance Harsh Agarwal, email@example.com.
Cormac Lynch (he/him)
Chief of Staff and Special Advisor to the Treasurer || firstname.lastname@example.org
Cormac Lynch is a sophomore from Cary, NC, majoring in Economics. The Chief of Staff assists the Treasurer on all administrative and operational tasks within the office. Inquiries regarding the Undergraduate Treasurer’s Test, line-item changes, and other USG funding questions should be referred primarily to the Chief of Staff.
Steven Nuzzolo (he/him)
Deputy Undergraduate Treasurer and Special Advisor to the Treasurer || email@example.com
Steven Nuzzolo is a sophomore from Yardley, PA, majoring in Neuroscience with minors in Chemistry and Public Policy. On campus, he is involved in the Student Organizations Council, the Duke-UNC China Leadership Summit, and Community Government. Steven has served on the Finance Committee of the Carolina Union Board of Directors and on several committees within the Executive Branch. The Deputy Treasurer leads special projects within the office, including the Campus Treasurer’s Council.
Matthew Tweden (he/him)
General Counsel and Special Advisor to the Treasurer || firstname.lastname@example.org
Matthew Tweden is a sophomore from Round Rock, Texas, majoring in Public Policy and Peace, War, and Defense Studies with a minor in Political Science. He advises the Office of the Treasurer principally on matters of student law and serves concurrently in student government as Chairman of the Joint Governance Council and as Senior Counselor to the Undergraduate Vice President. Prior to joining the Executive Branch, Matthew was a member of the Undergraduate Senate representing District 3. Inquiries regarding the Treasury Laws and financial law compliance should be directed to the General Counsel.
Benjamin Wilson (he/him)
Special Advisor to the Treasurer || email@example.com
Benjamin Wilson is a junior from Charlotte, North Carolina, majoring in Political Science. He advises the Office of the Treasurer principally on matters of student experience with student government funding. Prior to joining the Executive Branch, Benjamin was a member of the Undergraduate Senate representing District 3.