Veronica Hinojosa Segura is the Associate Vice Chancellor & Controller for The University of Texas System. As Controller Ms. Hinojosa Segura has System-wide responsibility for the oversight of accounting activities and financial reporting of ~ $25 Billion in net Revenues and a $20 Billion operating budget for the 14 institutions under UT System. In addition, Veronica manages all shared services functions such as payroll, accounts payable, and aircraft services.
Prior to joining the U T System, Veronica was the President / CEO of the Daughters of Charity Services of San Antonio (DCSSA). As CEO, Ms. Segura had direct oversight of the Community Health Ministry which offered dental, behavioral health, and medical services, early childhood development centers, social services, and a wellness center.
Previous roles for Ms. Hinojosa Segura include Chief Operating Officer for the Seton Foundations at Seton Healthcare Family. As COO she was responsible for all operating functions related to fund development activities for Seton’s eleven hospitals which fall under 4 separate foundations with assets totaling $120M and fundraising activity of approximately $206 million during her tenure.
Prior to joining Seton, Ms. Hinojosa-Segura was a CFO for the Texas Water Development Board where she managed an $8 Billion municipal bond portfolio, was responsible for all strategic and legislative initiatives, and managed an executive staff. She also worked at Dell Computer in various global finance and treasury roles supporting numerous international Treasury sites.
Ms. Hinojosa Segura earned a degree in Finance from Texas A&M-Kingsville and her MBA from St. Edwards University. Veronica enjoys giving back to the community and as a graduate of HAL, she has served as the Chair of Con Mi Madre, co-chair of the St. Andrews Parent Diversity Council, Soccer Assist Board Member, and is currently a Board member and Treasurer of the Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy. Veronica is married to Steve Segura and they have a son Isaac, who is a Sophomore at Rhodes College in Memphis TN.