University announces two new vice presidents
Observer Staff Report | Friday, January 20, 2017
The University announced it named Doug Marsh and David Bailey as vice presidents Jan. 5.
Marsh, a South Bend native and a 1982 Notre Dame graduate, was promoted to vice president for facilities design and operations.
Bailey, a 1983 Notre Dame graduate, was promoted to vice president for strategic planning and institutional research.
As vice president for facilities design and operations, Marsh will be the university architect. For more than two decades, he has led planning, design and construction at Notre Dame, in addition to overseeing the University’s utilities and maintenance team.
Bailey began his career on campus in 2011. Since 2012, he has led the Office of Strategic Planning and Institutional Research. Previously he worked at IBM Corp., Gerard Klauer Mattison & Co and Goldman Sachs.
After these promotions, Notre Dame now has 18 vice presidents, in addition to executive vice president John Affleck-Graves.