Fort Worth CPA joins UNT Dallas

Wayne Usry
Wayne Usry, executive director of finance and administration for the University of North Texas at Dallas.
Tuesday, July 21, 2009

DALLAS--The University of North Texas at Dallas has filled a key staff position on its leadership team. A former regional vice president for Oracle Consulting and "Big 4" consulting partner Wayne Usry of Fort Worth was named executive director of finance and administration effective July 20.

Usry was serving as an interim management/consultant with the City of Arlington's director of financial and management resources. He has been in management and software consulting since 1996. Prior to that time he was a local government executive, serving as CFO and deputy city manager working in Oklahoma and Texas cities.

Usry served as a regional vice president for Oracle Consulting in Las Colinas from 2002-2006. He was with Arthur Andersen Business Consulting in Dallas from 1996-2002, where he served as a consulting partner.

"I am pleased to join the University of North Texas at Dallas leadership team. The university brings quality, affordable education opportunities to a host of students, resulting in major benefits to the larger community. I look forward to helping make the school's bright future a reality," Usry said.

UNT Dallas Vice Chancellor and President Designate John Ellis Price said he was very excited to announce Usry's appointment.

"Wayne is a CPA with both an undergraduate and master's degree in accounting from Oklahoma State University.  He has over 25 years of experience in accounting, management consulting and information technology," Price said.

Usry will occupy the position last held by Allen Clemson, who served as interim director and recently became executive director of the North Texas Tollway Authority.

UNT News Service Phone Number: (940) 565-2108

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