Darrin Raynor Named Vice President for Administrative Services/Chief Operating Officer

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Darrin Raynor

Darrin Raynor of Monticello has been appointed Vice President for Administrative Services/Chief Operating Officer at SUNY Sullivan. Raynor, who has been serving as Deputy Commissioner of Management and Budget for Sullivan County, joins the college on February 25th.

“I am excited to have Darrin join the administrative team at SUNY Sullivan,” said President Jay Quaintance. “He brings with him experience in several areas that are fundamental to our college’s operations” added Quaintance, “including his work at the County with budget development and management, and with student services, career and technical job training programs, and the human services industry. These skills will not only help our internal efficiencies, but our business and educational partnerships as well.”

Raynor brings to SUNY Sullivan his executive leadership experience in the human services industry, having worked for both Arc of Orange County and New Hope Community. His educational experience includes administrative positions at several Job Corps, and a student services background working at both two- and four-year colleges.

In his new role, Raynor will provide oversight of the administrative services functions of the college including development of the college’s annual budget, as well as direct oversight of the Financial Services areas, and supervision of the offices of Human Resources, Information Technology, Buildings and Grounds, and Purchasing. Additionally, Raynor will serve as the chief administrative officer in the president’s absence, as designated, and will serve on the President’s Executive Committee.

A community college graduate of Broward Community College in Florida, Raynor also earned a Bachelor’s degree from Florida Atlantic University, a Master of Science degree in Leadership for Higher Education from Capella University, and an MBA from Marist College. He is a graduate of the Leadership Orange program and the Hudson Valley Patterns for Progress Fellows program.

“Darrin’s experience as a community college graduate, as well as his prior roles at other colleges will no doubt have a positive impact on many areas of SUNY Sullivan, from our financial health to our student success rates,” said Quaintance.