Sr. Business Manager
Curtis has been employed with the University of New Mexico since June 2007. He earned his BA in Finance in 2006 from New Mexico Highlands University in Las Vegas, NM, where he was born and raised. As the Senior Business Manager of UNM Food, Curtis oversees the daily operational budget, as well as capital expenditures and projects within the Institutional Support Services umbrella and works closely with our Food Service contractor in managing our current contract with the University of New Mexico.
In addition to his food service duties, he also oversees the Lobo Card Office, which is tasked with providing the official credentialing to the University community. The Lobo Card Office services thousands of patrons each year, which is responsible for the University community meal plan assignments, print credit and issuing cards with pre-approved building access. As part of the National Association of Campus Card Users, Curtis and his staff are always seeking out newly installed applications, vendor performances and technology platforms to enhance the faculty, staff and student experience.
Mgr, Institutional Support Services
Amanda holds a BS in Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management from NMSU and brings with her over 15 years of experience in various areas of the hospitality industry, including private and corporate concepts as well as higher education. Most of her professional work has focused on creating excellent customer experiences, developing creative solutions, and operational management.
As the Manager of Institutional Support Services, Amanda directs and provides oversight for UNM Food, LoboCard Office, and the University Club. In her role, she oversees fiscal, human resources, marketing, project management and other operational functions throughout these divisions. In addition to managing these departments she also assists ISS administration with various special projects and initiatives. She is proud to provide products and services that support the students, faculty, staff, and visitors of The University of New Mexico.