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Executive Leadership

Kevin Dillon

Kevin Dillon, M.B.A., C.P.A.

Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Operating & Financial Officer 

E-mail: Kevin.Dillon@uth.tmc.edu

Kevin Dillon currently serves as the Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Operating and Financial Officer of The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth), in the Texas Medical Center. He has held several executive-level positions at the Health Science Center, including Executive Vice President for Administration and Business Affairs and Chief Financial Officer. He assumed responsibilities as the Chief Operating Officer in September 2007 and was promoted to Senior Executive Vice President in January 2011.

Kevin has worked for UTHealth since 1996, during which time he has served in a number of financial, administrative and operational capacities. He currently has ultimate responsibility for virtually all of the non-academic operational areas of this $1.0 billion component of the University of Texas System (including responsibility for facilities, information technology, finance, budgeting, human resources, strategic planning, practice plan business operations, auxiliary enterprises, environmental health and safety, and technology management). He has a direct reporting relationship with all of the chief administrative officers in the Health Science Center’s six schools (i.e., Medical, Dental, Public Health, Nursing, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, and Health Information Sciences), as well as the Harris County Psychiatric Center and several research institutes.

Kevin is the treasurer of UTHealth’s 1,200 provider healthcare corporation, “UT Physicians.” He serves on the executive committee of the board of the Texas Medical Center’s Thermo-Electric Corporation. He also chairs the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s Health Related Institutions’ Formula Advisory Committee.

Prior to working at UTHealth, Kevin worked for Pennzoil Quaker State and Ernst & Young in a variety of accounting and financial roles. He is a CPA and achieved the Certified Internal Auditor and Certified Management Accountant Professional designations, earlier in his career.

For many years, Kevin was a board member, and ultimately board chair, of the Harris School, a therapeutic pre-school for special needs children. The Harris School is affiliated with the Galveston-Houston Psychoanalytic Institute.

Kevin graduated from UT-Austin with Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in business administration.

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