Banko Named as VP of Finance

Matthew Banko Named as Vice President of Finance & Administrative Services

Matthew BankoMorehead City, N.C. (July 6, 2021) – Carteret Community College has named Matthew T. Banko its Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services. Mr. Banko will begin work in this role on August 1, 2021.

“Carteret Community College welcomes Mr. Matthew Banko as our new Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services,” said Carteret CC President, Dr. Tracy Mancini. “As a seasoned financial auditor and community college business officer with extensive experience in finance, budgeting, and accounting, Mr. Banko will serve our college well, particularly as we continue to grow and as we manage the distribution of state and federal relief funds to our students. We look forward to welcoming him on August 1.”

Banko joins Carteret CC from Alamance Community College where he has over six years of experience in business and operations. From 2015-2020, Banko served as Controller, directing and coordinating account management, fiscal reporting, and budget preparation. In 2020, Banko was promoted to Associate Vice President of Business and Finance and served as Chief Financial Officer. Prior to his time at Alamance Community College, Banko served as an Internal Auditor with LabCorp, where he was responsible for planning and conducting financial reviews to ensure compliance with government guidelines and regulations.

“I am so grateful to have the opportunity to serve Carteret Community College as Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services and am looking forward to contributing to the continued growth and success of this institution.”

Banko graduated from Seton Hall University in 1992 with a degree in Business Administration. In 2008, he received his North Carolina license as a Certified Public Accountant. Banko is currently pursuing his master’s degree in accounting from Gardner- Webb University.

The Carteret Community College Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services serves as the chief financial officer and is responsible to the President for all business and fiscal affairs of the College. Banko will plan, direct, and review the activities and operations of general accounting, budgeting, financial reporting, purchasing, campus information technology, security, and auxiliary services. He will also coordinate assigned activities with other College operations and outside agencies.



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