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Robin Oldfield

ARC Assistant Vice President Compliance, Internal Audit & Chief Risk Officer


Finance and Administrative Services: Audit, Risk and Compliance


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

In April 2017, Robin was promoted to Assistant Vice President of Audit, Risk & Compliance for the University of Dayton. Previously, she has served as the Chief Risk Officer for the University, since 2000.  

Robin has a Bachelor of Science from the University of South Florida and is currently enrolled in the University of Dayton's Master in Business Administration.  She currently holds an Associate in Risk Management (ARM) from the Insurance Institute of America.  Robin was in the 2003-2004 Successful Supervisor Series, 2004-2005 cohort of Leadership UD, 2012-2013 cohort of the Marianist Education Associate, 2014 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and received a Master Certificate in the Emerging Leader program, 2015-2016.  Robin holds certification as a Certified Asbestos Hazard Evaluation Specialist in the State of Ohio and a Certified Asbestos Hazard Abatement Specialist in the State of Ohio.  In addition, Robin volunteers as a Board Member for Mount Carmel College of Nursing and has served as a Mentor for Marianist Student Communities.  

Robin is the Assistant Vice President for Audit, Risk and Compliance, a new unit that was created under Finance and Administrative Services to oversee the compliance, internal controls, and risk management efforts across the University. ARC includes the Offices of Compliance, Internal Audit, Environmental Health & Safety, Risk Management & Insurance and the overall Enterprise Risk Management program.  Robin strives to serve the University Community and affiliated entities as a highly valued strategic partner and resource; providing innovative, high quality service, and cost efficient processes for appropriately balancing risk and opportunity.  

Robin passionately views her work as a vocation and has a strong alignment with the mission and vision of the University.  She integrates the Marianist philosophy in her life and values the sense of community and collaboration at the University.