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UC Denver vice chancellor leaving rich legacy

Berryman a force behind Anschutz Medical Campus

Photo courtesy UC Denver

With her upcoming retirement, Teresa Berryman ends a 30-year association with the University of Colorado, and leaves behind a legacy of accomplishments.

The vice chancellor of administration and finance at the University of Colorado Denver will step down in late October. A reception honoring her will be from noon to 2 p.m. Oct. 8 in the Tri-Visible Room, second floor, Research Building II on the Anschutz Medical Campus.

In a recent communiqué, Chancellor M. Roy Wilson wrote, "Teresa will leave a large legacy at UC Denver.  Possibly her greatest will be the Anschutz Medical Campus, where she has participated in nearly every major administrative policy decision affecting the campus."

Berryman began her CU career in 1979 as a student, earning a bachelor's degree in business with accounting and finance majors in 1981. Her past roles include accountant, internal auditor, director of internal audit and associate vice chancellor for finance and business.

Jeff Parker, associate vice chancellor for administration and finance, will serve as interim vice chancellor for administration and finance.

In her current post since 2002, Berryman manages an annual budget of more than $1 billion and oversees many departments, including budget and operations.

"It's been a tremendous honor to have served the University of Colorado and UC Denver. The last decade has been transformative for UC Denver and it's a rare privilege to have been part of creating a new campus and a newly consolidated university that will benefit many generations of students and faculty," Berryman said. "While I will truly miss my good colleagues and so many that I am so fortunate to call a friend, I cannot resist the opportunity to spend more time with my family."

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