Neil Krauss has been named director of administration for the Anschutz Medical Campus.
In the new role, Krauss will represent Executive Vice Chancellor Lilly Marks in a variety of matters, and oversee campus projects and initiatives, serving on committees and responding to internal and external concerns and constituents.
Krauss returns to the medical campus with a blend of professional skills that combine communication, management, analytical and financial expertise. Most recently he was director of project and space management, and the assistant vice chancellor for business and finance at the University of Denver, and served as a financial consultant for venture capitalists and private investors in the Denver area.
For more than 10 years, he was a recognized leader at DU who excelled in relationship building, facilitating problem solving, providing analytical support to senior-level staff and creating and implementing process structures to improve operational efficiencies.
Before working at DU, Krauss served as a planner at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center with the initial Institutional Planning team during the early stages of the creation of the Anschutz Medical Campus in 1999-2000. Previously, he worked for the CU President's Office as assistant to the vice president for business and finance, and served as a policy analyst for the Legislative Council at the Colorado Legislature, focusing on higher education and K-12 education policy.
Krauss has two master's degrees (finance and international studies) from DU and a bachelor's degree in journalism from Missouri. In a previous career, he was an award-winning reporter and daily newspaper editor.