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Robin Oldfield

Associate Vice President of Audit, Risk & Compliance and Chief Risk Officer


Finance and Administrative Services: Audit, Risk and Compliance


Email: Robin Oldfield
Phone: 937-229-4348
St. Mary's Hall 301, +1642

Robin is the Associate Vice President of Audit, Risk & Compliance, and oversees the compliance, internal controls, and risk management efforts across the University. Audit, Risk and Compliance (ARC) includes the Offices of Compliance, Environmental Health & Safety, Equity Compliance,  Risk Management & Insurance, Internal Audit and Enterprise Risk Management. In her role at UD, Robin serves as the Chief Risk Officer and is the co-chair of the Emergency Management and Response Committee. Robin reports to the Executive Vice President of Business and Administrative Services and is a member of the President’s Council and also serves as administrative staff on the Audit & Risk Committee of the Board of Trustees. 

Robin received her Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Environmental Science and Policy with an emphasis in Public Health from the University of South Florida, and a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) from the University of Dayton. She holds an Associate in Risk Management (ARM) from the Insurance Institute of America with a concentration in Enterprise Risk. In addition, Robin was in the 2003-2004 cohort of the Successful Supervisor Series, 2004-2005 cohort of Leadership UD, 2012-2013 cohort of the Marianist Education Associate, 2014 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and in 2015-2016, received a Master Certificate in the Emerging Leader program.  In addition, Robin serves as a Board Member for Mount Carmel College of Nursing, the executive board and chair of operations for the University of Dayton’s captive insurance company, Pinnacle, a Vermont risk retention group and also is co-chair of the Compliance Champions for the University Risk Management and Insurance Association.

Robin has been at the University since 2000 and passionately strives to serve the University community as a highly valued strategic partner and resource providing innovative, high quality service, and cost efficient processes for appropriately balancing risk and opportunity. She views her work as a vocation and has a strong alignment with the Catholic and Marianist mission and vision of the University and integrates the Marianist philosophy in her life and values the sense of community and collaboration at the University.