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Administration & Business Affairs ( ABA ) is one of Sacramento State 's largest administrative divisions. With close to 400 employees, ABA is a major service provider for the campus. Encompassing Sac State 's financial, business, safety and facilities functions, ABA provides wide support for the University's programs and champions its Destination 2010 goals. ABA will play a key role in building the dynamic campus envisioned by Destination 2010. With organizational responsibility for the University's planning, design and construction program, we are planning with Destination 2010 in mind.

ABA is drawing upon its most important resources to assure success. Our Destination 2010 planning process involves broad consultation with our campus partners, a focus on process simplification, clear communication about our services, and an emphasis on staff development to maximize service and professionalism.

We invite you to explore our web pages! As you will see, ABA staff is involved and enthusiastic about our plans for Destination 2010. We hope you are as excited as we are about Sacramento State, as we work together to build the "premier metropolitan university, the campus of choice for students, faculty, staff and the community."

ABA Strategy Map

More About Sac State Destination 2010


ABA Staff Professionals Support Destination 2010


Name: Kem Gravenberg

How long at Sac State : 30 years

Department: Administrative Operations

Job Title: Executive Assistant to the Vice President for Administration



Since the summer of 2004, Administration & Business Affairs at Sacramento State has been engaged in a planning process to support the University's mission, Destination 2010 initiatives and Strategic Plan. We would like to acknowledge the following contributors.
  • Alexander Gonzalez, President, Sacramento State
  • Mike Lee, Associate Vice President & Dean, Academic Programs (former Special Assistant to the President for Planning)
  • Jan and Neal Palmer, Communication Excellence Institute (CEI)
  • Katy Rees, Balanced Scorecard Consultant, CSU, San Marcos
  • Barbara Kaufman, ROI Consulting