Stories from the Front - A Treasury Update Podcast Series

Episode 122

Stories from the Front:
When the Going Gets Tough, Relationships Matter

On this episode of the Stories from the Front series, Host Craig Jeffery speaks with Dr. Kathy King-Griswold, Associate Treasurer and Director of Treasury Operations & Compliance at the University of Rochester, on her personal journey navigating treasury challenges and opportunities amid the COVID-19 crisis. They explore the importance of relationships during disruptive events, the management of capital when income sources are severely impacted, challenges around remote work and technology, and more.


Craig Jeffery, Strategic Treasurer

Craig - Headshot


Kathy King-Griswold, University of Rochester

Kathy King-Griswold - University of Rochester
University of Rochester

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Stories from the Front - A Treasury Update Podcast Series
Stories from the Front – A Treasury Update Podcast Series

This series within The Treasury Update Podcast features interviews with treasury and finance leaders exploring: challenging situations; fresh ideas, innovative approaches, case studies and recommendations from senior treasury practitioners. These stories from the front provide a transparent look at various industries and challenging situations that provide insights and wisdom to help guide the profession into a proper mindset and approach as we continue the path of recovery.