About OSD

USFOSD Advisory Committee

The USFOSD Advisory Committee was established in early 2017 to assist in hiring an Assistant Vice President of Supplier Diversity to champion the supplier diversity efforts across USF.

On April 17, 2017, the selected candidate began employment with USF and has and will continue to work with the USFOSD Advisory Committee to establish a foundation for program growth and overall success.

The USFOSD Advisory Committee meets monthly and is comprised of USF administration, faculty and staff.

Chair

Jennifer Condon, Associate Vice President and Controller

Members

George Cotter, Director Purchasing and Property
Terrie Daniel, Assistant Vice President Supplier Diversity
Raymond Mensah, Director Parking and Transportation Services
Kevin Sneed, Senior Associate Vice President and Dean, USF Health / College of Pharmacy

Jennifer Condon

Jennifer Condon is the Associate Vice President and Controller for the University of South Florida with direct responsibility over Accounting and Reporting Services, Payroll and Tax Services, Payment Services, Purchasing Services, Student Financial Services, as well as the Supplier Diversity program. Ms. Condon joined the University of South Florida in 2006 as the Associate Controller for Research Financial Management and later went on to serve as Assistant Dean of Financial Services and Director of Business Operations for the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine. Prior to joining the University of South Florida, she served in several educational and business administration positions at Yale University from 1999 to 2006. Ms. Condon spent three years in public accounting to satisfy the experience requirement for CPA certification and in 1995, she became a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Connecticut. Ms. Condon received a bachelor's degree from Clarkson University with a double major in accounting and finance and a concentration in technical communication. She serves as co-chair of the University of South Florida Office of Supplier Diversity Advisory Committee.

 

George Cotter

  George Cotter is the Director of Purchasing Services for the University of South Florida. He joined USF in 2008 as the Associate Director Purchasing Services. He is responsible for the University's goods and services purchasing and contracting, procurement card program and central receiving operations.  Before joining USF, he worked in various supply chain positions for The Walt Disney Company and Hershey Foods Corporation.  At USF, Mr. Cotter has served as procurement lead for several high profile public solicitations including for a public-private partnership to build and operate the new $140 million student housing village and the Owner Representative for Downtown Tampa Morsani College of Medicine project. Mr. Cotter received a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology and an MBA from the University of Michigan.

Terrie Daniel

Terrie Daniel is the Assistant Vice President of Supplier Diversity at the University of South Florida. As the inaugural appointee for this position, Ms. Daniel is responsible for the development, direction and management of the University's Supplier Diversity program. This includes the development of a strategic plan to support the foundational structure of the program, building a support team of professionals and diverse supply chain management, spend analysis and forecasting for diverse supplier participation within the USF which includes the Tampa, St. Petersburg and Sarasota-Manatee locations. Prior to joining the University of South Florida in 2017, Ms. Daniel was the Deputy Commissioner of the State of Indiana Department of Administration, where she served under the administration of then Governor Mike Pence as the lead primary point of contact and subject matter expert for all supplier diversity initiatives for the State of Indiana. She is a member of the American Contract Compliance Association, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. and continues to serve many non-profit organizations as a volunteer. Ms. Daniel received a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and Computer Information Systems from Ferris State University and a master's degree in Contract Compliance from Morgan State University.

Raymond Mensah

 Raymond Mensah is the Director of Parking and Transportation Services at the University of South Florida. Since joining USF in 2012, he oversees the Tampa campus parking and transportation operations, which is comprised of approximately 130 employees, 20,700 parking spaces and 35 buses. He is directly responsible for the Campus Information Center, parking enforcement, parking facility maintenance, special events, parking permit sales and the University's self-operated 6-route transit system. Before USF, he managed the parking and transportation operations at Georgia State University. Mr. Mensah has over 16 years of diverse parking and transportation experience both in the private and public sectors. He is a veteran of the United States Air Force. Mr. Mensah currently serves as the Chairman of the New North Transportation Alliance Advisory Board – a public-private partnership in northeast Tampa (USF area) that provides a forum for businesses, local governments, residents and commuters to address the transportation needs of the area. He also serves on the Student Green Energy Fund Council and the Sustainability Task Force. Mr. Mensah received Bachelor of Science degrees from Southern Illinois University – Carbondale and DeVry University, an MBA from DeVry Keller Graduate School of Management and a Master of Public Administration from Georgia State University.

Kevin Sneed

 Dr. Sneed is the founding Dean of the University of South Florida College of Pharmacy and Senior Associate Vice President for USF Health. He is also a tenured professor, joining the University of South Florida in 2007. Dr. Sneed's research and clinical interests include the advanced pharmacological treatment of patients with cardio-metabolic disorders and examining health care disparities and is a national lecturer on both topics. He has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals, book chapters, abstracts, poster presentations, and has participated in multiple grant projects and clinical trials. Actively involved in the community, Dr. Sneed currently serves as the Co-Director of the Community Outreach and Engagement Core (CEOC) in the Center for Equal Health, a Center of Excellence granted partnership between USF Health and the Moffitt Cancer Center. He serves on many different Board of Directors, including the Federal USF Area Health Center (AHEC), the USF Nanomedicine Research Center and the Hillsborough County Sickle Cell Association. One of Dr. Sneed's recent accomplishments include the creation of an innovative community initiative known as IN-SHAPE (Inter-professional Student Health Assessment Project and Evaluation), which addressed cardiovascular disparities in African-American and Hispanic communities in Tampa, FL. He participates in many community endeavors on an annual basis, most notably the Florida Cancer Education Network Men's Health Forum. Dr. Sneed received a Bachelor of Science in Biology with a concentration in microbiology from the University of Central Florida and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Xavier University of Louisiana College of Pharmacy