As executive vice president, Daniel Ennis oversees Duke’s administrative and financial affairs, including the budget, procurement, debt, campus planning, architecture, maintenance and construction, real estate, human resources, academic and administrative computing, audit, safety and security, and auxiliary services.
Kyle Cavanaugh is the Vice President for Administration with strategic responsibility for human resources, security and police, emergency management, parking and transportation, and other administrative functions.
John Noonan is Vice President for Facilities and is responsible for managing the operations and maintenance for campus facilities, grounds, and utilities as well as overseeing project planning and design for Duke's world-class facilities.
Leadership for Duke Finance is shared by Rachel Satterfield, interim vice president for Finance; Tori Nevois, interim Treasurer; and John Clements, associate vice president for Budgets and Central Business Operations.
Tracy Futhey presides over Duke’s information technology endeavors and leads the Office of Information Technology.
Owned and managed by Duke University, Duke Forest consists of over 7,000 acres of forested land and open fields in Durham, Orange, and Alamance counties. Sarah P. Duke Gardens is a premier public garden, consisting of 55 acres of specialized gardens in the heart of Duke University.