Dean Meadows has been named the new Chief Financial Officer of Mid-America Christian University.
“I am pleased to welcome Dean Meadows to MACU’s executive Cabinet,” said President Phil Greenwald. “He brings tremendous experience and proven judgment and will be a valuable contributor in continuing our University’s forward momentum.”
Meadows has an extensive history in finance, coming to MACU from his prior position as Director of Finance at All Saints Academy, a private, Episcopal college prep school in Winter Haven, Fla. He previously served for 19 years at his alma mater, Warner University, sister school to MACU, as the Assistant Vice President for Business and Finance.
“During my time at Warner, I became inspired by the effect of Christian higher education and the value it holds for students, families and the community,” said Meadows. “I am looking forward to my new role in fulfilling the mission of Mid-America Christian University in empowering students to impact the world for Christ.”
Meadows is an avid sports fan who frequents college sporting events. He grew up in Nitro, W.Va., and self-describes as an aficionado of the classic West Virginia pepperoni roll. Raised in a family of faith, he comes from a rich, multi-generational, Church of God heritage, with several family members having served in ministry in multiple Church of God churches in the West Virginia/Ohio area.