About Daniel G. Ennis

Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration
Office of the Senior Vice President

Daniel G. Ennis became senior vice president for administration and finance at The Johns Hopkins University in August 2010.

As chief administrative officer and one of the university’s top three leaders, he is responsible for finance, accounting, investment and money management functions; the real estate and audit offices; facilities management; purchasing; human resources; and safety and security across the university.

Before coming to Johns Hopkins, Ennis had served since 2007 as chief administrative officer of Harvard Medical School, a division with a $2.9 billion endowment, a $539 million annual budget, more than 8,000 full-time faculty, more than 8,000 residents and post-doctoral fellows, and more than 1,300 students.

Before that, he was Harvard University’s associate vice president for finance and financial planning, interim director of treasury management, and director of budgets, financial planning and institutional research. Previously, as a consultant with McKinsey and Co., he led a strategic review of Harvard’s central administration that led to a number of significant organizational changes.

Ennis is a 1992 graduate of Boston College and completed a dual master’s degree program at Harvard, earning a master’s of business administration from the business school and a master’s in public administration from the John F. Kennedy School of Government.