Levin to step down as CFO

Zoe Dutton

David Weil ’93 will take over as Chief Financial Officer, succeeding Rob Levin, who is stepping down after 30 years to focus on teaching, President Rick Commons announced this morning to faculty and staff online and in an email.

Weil currently serves as Business Manager in the Business Office.

“Rob has been training and transitioning responsibilities to him over the past two years, so David will step into his expanded role with deep understanding as well as superb professional ability,” Commons wrote.

Levin will continue teaching his class the Business of Life, developing entrepreneurship initiatives and connecting students and alumni, Commons said.

Weil will assume the title of CFO on July 1.

“The board, David, and I will continue to seek Rob’s business wisdom even as he focuses on teaching, counseling, and innovating,” Commons wrote. “His official title has not been set, but his work going forward will emphasize ones he has long cherished: Teacher, Coach, and Inventor.”