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Daniel Feitelberg

Merced Campus Collaborative

Daniel Feitelberg joined the Merced campus of the University of California in December 2012 to establish a new Division of Planning and Budget. The University of California, Merced, the newest campus in University of California system. Opened in 2005, UC Merced is the first U.S. research university to be built in the 21st century, and the first new UC campus in 40 years. Reporting to the Chancellor and the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost, the Vice Chancellor, Planning and Budget serves as the campus' chief financial officer. The new Division of Planning and Budget consolidated administrative staff from several departments on campus to facilitate the integration of planning and budgeting functions. The Finance Group manages the campus operating and capital budget processes. The Real Estate Services Group facilitates the planning of campus development and leads the campus 2020 Project. Institutional Research and Decision Support provides ongoing support for decision-making to help advance the educational mission and effectiveness of the institution. With thirteen years of investment banking experience, Mr. Feitelberg brings UC Merced significant experience raising debt capital for government clients in the high-grade taxable and tax-exempt markets. In the banking industry, Mr. Feitelberg brought a holistic approach to his clients, focusing on enterprise business development issues, as well as financial issues. His approach to investment banking and project finance centered on the principle that good investments must reflect an underlying enterprise that is well designed and developed, efficiently operated and maintained, with an appropriate financial plan and controls. During his tenure, Mr. Feitelberg served as the head of J.P. Morgan's surface transportation business in the Western United States. He also worked with public sector clients to finance more than $100 billion of projects for transportation, energy, water, education and healthcare enterprises, as well as capital projects and operational funding for state and local governments. Prior to his investment banking experience, Mr. Feitelberg worked briefly in public service for state and local elected officials, including positions for a supervisor in San Mateo County, a member of the state Assembly, and a former state Treasurer. Daniel Feitelberg has also been an active participant within the community, having served as a member of the board for the Peninsula Jewish Community Center and the Treasurer of the Jewish Community Relations Council of the San Francisco Bay Area. He previously served as a member of the board for the California Foundation for the Environment and the Economy and as a member of the Steering Committee for the California Sustainability Alliance. He graduated cum laude from the University of California, Davis, with degrees from the College of Letters and Sciences and the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.

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