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Mary Vosevich
UK Facilities Management
(859) 257-5929

Mary Vosevich has nearly 30 years of experience in facilities management at two previous universities. As the director of the physical plant department and vice president for Lobo Energy Inc. at the University of New Mexico, a flagship institution with more than 27,000 students on its main campus and more than 21,000 employees throughout the state, Mary oversaw gross building assets of $2.2 billion.

Mary also managed all the physical facilities at the University of New Mexico as well as a department of 500 staff with an annual budget of $70 million. Among many responsibilities, Mary led UNM's capital renewal and infrastructure projects, including Lobo Energy Inc., a $63 million business plan to upgrade campus utilities and infrastructure. She also led UNM's sustainability and conservation efforts, which have reduced energy consumption by 20 percent since 2008. The University of New Mexico received the Award for Excellence, APPA's most prestigious institutional award, recognizing outstanding achievement in facilities management.

She also has been a leader in a variety of professional and civic organizations, including serving as president of the APPA, the international association for educational facilities management.

Throughout her career in higher education, at both UNM and the University of Missouri - St. Louis, Mary has worked in virtually every facet of facilities management, including environmental, grounds, and transportation services.  Mary has a bachelor's degree from the University of Missouri at Columbia and an MBA from the University of New Mexico.