1 VITA JULIE H. SULLIVAN EDUCATION and CERTIFICATION EXPERIENCE Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration, University of Florida, Master of Accounting, University of Florida, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, high honors, University of Florida, Certified Public Accountant, State of Florida, 1980, currently non-practicing. University of St. Thomas President, July 2013-Present University of San Diego Executive Vice President and Provost, Responsible for all degree and non-degree educational programs and support services; all global programs spanning 44 countries; worldwide partnerships and collaborations; and technology platform supporting over 10,000 employees and students. Oversight of all academic units (College of Arts and Sciences, School of Law, School of Business Administration, Engineering, Hahn School of Nursing and Health Sciences, Joan B. Kroc School of Peace, and School of Leadership and Education Sciences), the International Center, Professional and Continuing Education, Copley Library, Information Technology Services, Admissions, Financial Aid, and Career Services. USD was ranked #1 in the United States for percentage of undergraduates studying abroad and designated by Ashoka U as one of nineteen Changemaker Campuses in the United States and Mexico. Oversight of the university s chief financial officer and responsible for the university s operating budget, financial planning, financial and regulatory reporting, investment portfolio, and debt structure. Liaison to Board of Trustees Academic Affairs Committee, Finance Committee, and Investment Committee. Interim Vice President of Business Services and Administration, 2009, 2012 Oversight of human resources, facilities, capital planning, real estate, procurement, and sustainability. University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School Interim Dean, 2003 Spearheaded $180 million capital campaign. Stewarded over 25,000 alumni. Chaired the Business School Foundation Board of Trustees. Senior Associate Dean, Managed top-ranked undergraduate (top 5) and graduate (top 20) degree programs, serving over 1,600 total students annually. Oversight of a conference center and globally recognized executive programs. Director, Center for International Business Education and Research, Funded by the Department of Education to enhance U.S. global business competitiveness. Co-director, Center for Innovation in Learning, Created in collaboration with Monterrey Tech University, Mexico to design and deliver joint education programs using technology.
2 Associate Dean, Master s of Accounting Program, Top five Master s of Accounting Program in the United States EXPERIENCE: Faculty/ Scholarship University of California, San Diego Rady School of Management and the Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies, Full Professor, Coordinated and led all initiatives for faculty recruiting and scholarship for the newly founded Rady School of Management. Taught MBA financial statement analysis. University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School Ernst and Young Distinguished Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Internationally recognized and award winning scholar and educator in accounting, finance, and taxation. Taught numerous undergraduate, graduate, and executive courses and authored over 25 articles on topics related to corporate global tax planning and financial reporting to shareholders. National Bureau of Economic Research, Research Associate, Member of the Public Economics Group which generates research related to U.S. and international economic and tax policies. University of Oklahoma Assistant Professor, Taught undergraduate taxation and launched economic- and behavioral-based research agendas. RECENT EXPERIENCE: Private Sector Boards SI Group (SII), Privately-held, global chemical company (www.siigroup.com) with production operations in ten countries spanning six continents. Advisory Director and member of Audit, Compensation, and Pension Committees, 2001-present. PICO Holdings (PICO), Publicly-held, holding company (www.picoholdings.com) with water resources and water storage, real estate, and canola seed processing operations. Director, Chair of the Audit Committee, member and past Chair of the Governance Committee, 2009-present. Applied Micro (AMCC), Publicly-held, electronics company (www.amcc.com) with worldwide sales and production. Director, Chair of the Audit Committee, and member of Governance and Nominating Committee, United PanAm Financial Corporation (UPFC), Publicly-held, specialty finance company (www.upfc.com). Director and Chair of the Audit Committee, RECENT EXPERIENCE: Non-Profit Boards The Old Globe, Among the most renowned regional theatres in the United States. Board member and member of Finance Committee,
3 Project Concern International (PCI), Leading international health and development non-governmental organization. Board member, member of Executive Committee, Board Development Committee and Program Committee, Athena San Diego, Provides education, professional growth, and networking opportunities for women executives in the life sciences, technology, healthcare, defense, and engineering sectors. Board member, PUBLICATIONS Does Acquisition by Non-U.S. Shareholders Cause U.S. Firms to Pay Less Tax? with Jennifer Blouin and Doug Shackelford, The Journal of the American Taxation Association, 27:1, Spring 2005, Valuing Deferral: The Effects of Permanently Reinvested Foreign Earnings on Stock Prices, with John Hand and Doug Shackelford. in International Taxation and Multinational Activity, edited by J. Hines, University of Chicago Press, 2001, Capital Gains and Dividend Taxes in Firm Valuation: Evidence of Triple Taxation, with Deen Kemsley, The Accounting Review, October, 2000, Taxes and Cross-Border Investments: The Empirical Evidence, with Doug Shackelford, Tax Notes, January 4, 1999, Reprinted as Writers Challenge Claim of Favorable Cross-Border Taxation, Tax Notes International, January 11, 1999, Cross-jurisdictional Income Shifting and Earnings Valuation, with Deen Kemsley and Mark Lang, Journal of Accounting Research, 1998, The Effects of Taxes, Regulatory Capital, Earnings, and Organizational Form on Life Insurers Investment Portfolio Realizations, with Greg Geisler and Doug Shackelford, Journal of Accounting and Economics, 24:3, 1998, Global Organizations and Taxes: An Analysis of the Dividend, Interest, Royalty, and Management Fee Payments Between U.S. Multinationals Foreign Affiliates, with Douglas A. Shackelford, Journal of Accounting and Economics, 24:2, 1998, Transfer Pricing and the Persistent Zero Taxable Income of Foreign-Controlled U.S. Corporations, with Deen Kemsley and Douglas A. Shackelford, The Journal of the American Taxation Association, 19: Supplement, 1997, Bank Differences in the Coordination of Regulatory Capital, Earnings, and Taxes, with Douglas A. Shackelford and James M. Wahlen, Journal of Accounting Research, 33:2, Autumn 1995, Corporate Domicile and Average Effective Tax Rates: The Cases of Canada, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States, with Douglas A. Shackelford, International Tax and Public Finance, 2:1, May 1995, 55-83; also forthcoming in Taxation of Multinational Enterprises, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Tax Reform and Foreign Acquisitions: A Micro Analysis, with Deen Kemsley and Douglas A. Shackelford, National Tax Journal, XLVIII:1, March 1995,
4 Experimental Evidence of the Effect of Tax Rate Uncertainty on Security Prices, Investor Clienteles, and Tax Revenue, with Daniel P. Murphy, The Journal of the American Taxation Association, 17:1, Spring 1995, Pricing of Differentially Taxed Securities: Experimental Evidence, with Daniel P. Murphy, Quarterly Journal of Business and Economics, 34:2, Spring 1995, Foreign Tax Credit Limitations and Preferred Stock Issuances, with Douglas A. Shackelford, Journal of Accounting Research, 30: Supplement, 1992, Determinants of Tax Compliance: A Contingency Approach, with Valerie C. Milliron and Daniel R. Toy, The Journal of the American Taxation Association, 14:2, Fall 1992, The Taxpayer s Dilemma: How Hard to Work and What to Report? with R. David Plumlee and Daniel P. Murphy, Advances in Taxation, 4, 1992, Another Look at the Tax-Favored Retirement Savings Puzzle, with James H. Wyckoff, The Journal of American Taxation Association, 13:2, Fall 1991, The Taxpayer s Labor and Reporting Decision: The Effect of Audit Schemes, with R. David Plumlee, The Accounting Review, 66:3, July 1991, Factors Associated with Household Demand For Tax Preparers, with Valerie C. Milliron and Daniel R. Toy, The Journal of the American Taxation Association, 12:1, Fall 1990, Estimates of Tax-Deferred Retirement Savings Behavior, with James H. Wyckoff, National Tax Journal, XLI:4, December 1988, The Impact of Tax-Favored Retirement Savings on Net Savings, with James H. Wyckoff, Contemporary Tax Research, co-edited by Shane Moriarity and Julie H. Collins (University of Oklahoma Center for Economic and Management Research, 1988). A Measure of Professional Accountants Learning Style, with Valerie C. Milliron, Issues in Accounting Education, Fall 1987, An Examination of the Employer s Pension Plan Choice: Integrated vs. Nonintegrated Plan with John L. Kramer, The Journal of the American Taxation Association, 8:1, Fall 1986, Lastarmco: which comes first, the dividends received deduction or the percentage depletion deduction? with John L. Kramer, The Tax Adviser, December 1985, Integrating Plans with Social Security May Shift Benefits to the Highly Compensated, The Journal of Taxation, February 1985, PUBLISHED COMMENTS 5 Trends Guiding Future Changemaker Universities, Forbes, May 6, Writers Challenge Claim of Favorable Cross-Border Taxation, with Doug Shackelford, Tax Notes International, January 11, 1999,
5 Discussion of An Empirical Investigation of Taxpayer Awareness of Marginal Tax Rates, The Journal of the American Taxation Association, Supplement, 1995, Commentary on Interest Allocation Rules, Financing Patterns, and the Operations of U.S. Multinationals, by K. Froot and J. Hines, The Effects of Taxation on Multinational Corporations, M. Feldstein, J. Hines, and G. Hubbard, eds., University of Chicago Press, 1995, Commentary on Deterrence and Beyond: Towards a Kinder, Gentler IRS, Why People Pay Taxes: Tax Compliance and Enforcement, J. Slemrod, editor, University of Michigan Press, 1992, ACADEMIC HONORS AND AWARDS External Grants and Fellowships Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) grant from U.S. Department of Education, Principal Investigator, Ernst and Young Foundation Tax Research Grants, 1998, 1995 and KPMG Peat Marwick Foundation Tax Research Opportunities Grants, 1994 and International Tax Policy Forum Research Grant, , 1998, Price Waterhouse Tax Research Fellow, Arthur Young Foundation Tax Research Grants, 1989, 1987, and Awards American Taxation Association Outstanding Manuscript Award (with Douglas Shackelford) for Foreign Tax Credit Limitations and Preferred Stock Issuances, Tax Foundation/Ernst & Young Visiting Professor, 1995 and Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise Award, Master of Accounting Program Outstanding Teacher Award, 1991 and University of North Carolina Junior Faculty Development Award, 1990 PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Current Professional Affiliations National Association of Corporate Directors Corporate Directors Forum Corporate Directors Group American Accounting Association Editorial Boards National Tax Journal, The Accounting Review, , Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, The Journal of the American Taxation Association, American Accounting Association Director of Research, Executive Committee, Faculty Development Advisory Committee, Co-chair, Annual Program Committee, Chairperson, Doctoral Consortium Planning Committee, Chairperson, , member Research Director s Advisory Committee,
6 Committee on Nominations, Council Member-at-Large, Selection Committee: Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Award, American Taxation Association Publications Committee, ATA/Arthur Andersen Teaching Innovations Awards Committee, Nominating Committee, and ATA/Price Waterhouse Doctoral Dissertation Award Committee, Board of Trustees, Tax Policy Research Oversight Committee, AICPA 150 Hours Requirement Committee, Tax Manuscript Award Committee, Chairperson , member Annual Program Committee, and Dissertation Award Committee, Chairperson, National Tax Association - Tax Institute of America National Tax Journal Editor Search Committee, International Public Finance Committee, Federal Taxation and Finance Committee, Advisory Boards Aoyama Gakuin Graduate School of International Management, University Center for International Studies, World View, Deloitte & Touche Foundation, Selection Committees Deloitte & Touche Doctoral Fellowship, Arthur Andersen Dissertation Fellowship, Litigation Support Cornerstone Research, 2003-present. INVITED PRESENTATIONS Ashoka U Exchange, University of Arizona, The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) Annual Meeting, Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) Forum, San Diego, American Taxation Association Midyear Meeting, San Diego, American Economic Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, National University of Singapore Finance and Accounting Research Colloquia, 2003 American Enterprise Institute (AEI) Seminar Series in Fiscal Policy, Employee Stock Options and Corporate Earnings, Washington, DC, National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) Conference on Tax Policy and the Economy, Washington, DC, International Seminar in Public Economics, Income Taxation and Financial Innovation, University of California, Berkeley, American Accounting Association/Arthur Andersen New Faculty Consortium, International Symposium, Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo, Japan, Women in Technology International, RTP Chapter, The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) Annual Meeting,
7 Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) Director s Meeting, National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) Public Economics Fall Meeting, EDUCAUSE Semi-annual Meeting, Global Classroom Forum for Southeast Asia, Chinese Accounting Professors Association Annual Meeting, American Accounting Association Doctoral Consortium, American Taxation Association Mid-Year Meeting, 1998 University of Arizona Research Colloquia, UCLA Research Colloquia, National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) International Taxation Conference, Ernst & Young Summer Tax Camp, American Accounting Association/Arthur Andersen New Faculty Consortium, TEACHING INTERESTS AND EXPERIENCE Degree Programs Financial Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis Taxes and Global Business Strategy Domestic and International Taxation of Business Entities Executive Education Programs Ernst and Young, General Electric, Amsterdam Institute of Finance, PricewaterhouseCoopers, GlaxoSmithKline. 7