Cameron Archibald, a faculty member in the Woodbury School of Business at Utah Valley University (UVU), was hired as the university’s new associate vice president of commercial and auxiliary services on June 10. His focus will be to diversify the university’s revenue sources.

Archibald has served as a Dean’s Executive in Residence at UVU’s Woodbury School of Business since 2023, overseeing the growth of the school’s real estate program. Additionally, he is the president of Teton Strategy Group, a consulting firm that provides corporate finance and strategic expertise to family offices, investment funds, and growth companies.

“We are excited to have Cameron join our executive team in this new and very key position,” said Jim Mortensen, vice president of Finance at UVU. “Universities face significant challenges in acquiring the resources to meet the needs of diversifying student populations, a rapidly evolving economy, and increasing community expectations. Under Cameron’s leadership we will explore innovative partnerships and funding opportunities that will allow us to expand our offerings for students and the community while keeping tuition low.”

Previously, Archibald was the CEO of a supply chain consultancy, served in government roles on a state, federal, and international level, and held leadership positions in banking, real estate development, and for the Utah Jazz. 

He holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in economics from the University of Utah and is a graduate of the Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford. He is an active supporter of the performing and visual arts and serves on several non-profit boards.

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