About

Team

Learn about the Team at UCONN 2000 Bond Investors, including our Interim Vice President for Finance and Chief Financial Officer and Manager of Treasury Services.

Photo of Lloyd A. Blanchard, Ph.D.

Lloyd A. Blanchard, Ph.D.

Interim Vice President for Finance and Chief Financial Officer
(860) 486-3455
lloyd.blanchard@uconn.edu

Lloyd Blanchard currently serves as UConn’s Interim Vice President for Finance and Chief Financial Officer. He is a seasoned public administrator with wide-ranging government and academic leadership experience. He has been a senior White House budget official, chief operating officer of two public organizations, deputy chief financial officer at NASA, and an academic executive at Louisiana State University and the Medgar Evers College of The City University of New York. He has also served on the public administration faculty at the University of Washington and Syracuse University, and directed a consulting practice in performance management for a risk management consulting firm. Dr. Blanchard’s research and published work has centered on social capital, education policy and finance, racial and ethnic disparities in education, and disparities in small business lending.

Photo of John Sullivan, MBA & CFA

John Sullivan, MBA & CFA

Manager of Treasury Services
(860) 486-5907
john.d.sullivan@uconn.edu

John Sullivan is the University of Connecticut’s Manager of Treasury Services and reports to the University’s Executive Vice President for Administration and CFO.  John holds an MBA in Finance, and is a Chartered Financial Analyst.  

His responsibilities include issuing UCONN 2000 debt and the cash management, debt management, indenture, statutory and related tax-exempt compliance for the UCONN 2000 bond funds.

Previous to the University John served in the Connecticut Office of the State Treasurer’s Debt Management Division where he supervised the second largest debt program including issuance, investment and compliance. John was also involved in the issuance and investment of various new types of state debt vehicles including General Obligation, Economic Recovery Notes, Unemployment Revenue Bonds, and various instruments and programs.  He also invested billions of bond fund proceeds including construction and reserve funds and computed the related arbitrage liabilities and payments.  John has held other financial positions both within state government and private industry.