Was thinking the same thing — the 2 women in senior staff are carrying large portfolios, as you noted in particular the CFO.Wow...This is a lot to throw at 6 people. Wonder what kind of staff's will be supporting these leaders as your success is dependent upon your "foot soldiers" doing the day to day activities. Structure is in place, which is great, now holding standards and these people accountable is what we need to see as Accountability is everything.
Working with numerous clients at universities and seeing how big staff's are over my career in technology it's interesting the new CFO (Everett) has so much on her plate to deal with. There is some overlap with duties listed, however, I would of broken up the revenue generation portion and have another person under this area which covers: Contracts, Marketing, Promotions/Sponsorships, NIL as these all are the lifeblood of collegiate sports. Bring in people who are experts and who can narrowly focus on 3-4 verticals rather than just throwing out 6-7 broad topics and expect them to be in charge. We can all agree Mason needs these areas to flourish and create funds from so many channels to help our teams win. Looking at the chart..... these are a lot of broad areas for just 6 people to oversee.
This is a good step, to have a plan of action and documented framework for success..... now just have to hold people accountable and know when to make adjustments/changes in the future and not be typical Mason and sit back and do nothing. Marvin needs to have a very short leash here and not be afraid to shake things up in the near future when/if needed.
Hoping Lewis has either hired or is in the process of hiring some proven rainmakers because everything gets easier for the entire department when revenue grows.