Reniff Named Vice President for Finance and Administration
William M. Reniff of Mentor has been named vice president for finance and administration at Baldwin Wallace University. Reniff, who most recently was vice president of finance for the MetroHealth System, assumed his duties on May 3.
At BW, he is responsible for the budgeting and financial management activities of the College, including oversight of the annual operating and capital budgets, long-range planning, and maintenance of the campus.
“Bill Reniff brings with him a high level of experience and accomplishment with financial matters in the not-for-profit sector,” noted BW President Richard Durst. “He has demonstrated the ability to work collaboratively in solving complex problems and we look forward to our work together.”
Reniff brings more than 30 years of finance/management experience to his new position. Before becoming vice president at MetroHealth, he served as the health center’s director of finance for 10 years. He also served nine years as manager of financial services with Kaiser Permanente. Other positions include being senior manager of health care consulting with Ernst and Whinney and senior research associate with St. Vincent Charity Hospital.
A graduate of Cleveland State University, he earned an MBA from Baldwin Wallace University. Reniff succeeds Thomas J. Lee, who retired from the position after nine years in the post.