About the Leadership Team
Vice President for Finance and Administration
Andrea Young earned a Ph.D. in mathematics at the University of Texas at Austin and a bachelor’s degree in math, with a minor in Italian, from Pennsylvania State University. As a professor, Young won several teaching awards; published many peer-reviewed articles; and was principal investigator for a National Science Foundation grant aimed at improving undergraduate STEM education.
She was interim president of Ripon College since January 2022, having been appointed to the interim position as Ripon’s Board of Trustees searches for a new president. She has held a variety of administrative roles at Ripon over the last 11 years, including vice president for finance and director of strategic initiatives, which she had held since July 2019, dean of faculty, special assistant to the president and liaison to the board of trustees.
Associate Vice President for Facilities Management
Warren Whitesell is the Associate Vice President for Facilities Management at DePauw University, where he has overseen and directed the strategic operations of Facilities Management since 2017.
In his previous position at Gilbane Building Co., he worked with clients such as Pfizer, Corning, and Johnson & Johnson on large scale construction projects as a partner to their facilities management teams. In this role, he led multiple teams through process development for interfacing large scale construction impacts and integration into new and existing facilities.
In 2015, Whitesell began his career as the Project Manager of Campus Capital Investments at DePauw University. He was the lead project manager for R. David and Suzanne A. Hoover Hall, Stewart Plaza, Memorial Student Union Building and the Justin and Darrianne Christian Center for Diversity and Inclusion.
Director of Human Resources
Angie Nally is the Director of Human Resources and Interim Title IX Coordinator at DePauw University. Nally has been a dedicated employee at DePauw for nearly 25 years. After earning her bachelor's degree, she started as a police officer in the Public Safety Office and held many positions within the department until she was named the Director of Public Safety on January 1, 2008. In 2017, Nally transitioned to a position within Human Resources as the Professional Development and Employee Relations Manager. After earning her Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification in 2020, Nally added Human Resources administrative duties to her skillset. Working with a talented HR team, Nally is now leading the Office of Human Resources and serving as the Director.