Tabor College hires CFO
Michael F. James has been hired as vice president of business finance and chief financial officer for Tabor College. He will begin Sept. 1.
He has 15 years of experience in executive financial roles. Most recently, he was executive vice president at Grace University, Omaha, Nebraska, where he turned a decade of losses into three consecutive years of surplus.
Tabor president Jules Glanzer said James understands the challenges and potential of small Christian colleges.
James will succeed Norman Hope, who will return to teaching business.
James and his wife, Candace, will be moving to Hillsboro with their two daughters: Regan, 16, a junior, and Monroe, 12, a seventh-grader. An older son, Carter, 18, is a freshman at North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota.