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Posted May 31, 2016

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Ruben Hendrickson's Bio

Ruben Hendrickson joined the district’s budget team in December 2009 after nearly two decades as a finance manager and controller for Intel in Rio Rancho.

He served as the APS executive director of budget until June 2014 when he was named Chief Operations Officer, replacing the retiring Brad Winter.

As COO, Hendrickson oversaw Facilities Design and Construction, Food & Nutrition Services, Maintenance & Operations, Risk Management, School Police and Student Transportation offices.

Hendrickson, who held a master’s degree in finance from Stanford University, was a finance manager and controller for Intel in Rio Rancho from 1990 to 2009.

As finance manager for Intel’s Fab 9, Hendrickson oversaw an annual budget of $400 million. As the process, systems, training and audit controller, he helped implement a new cost management system that tracked some $1 billion in spending for projects at the Intel plant. Hendrickson also oversaw finance group operations for Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and Costa Rica sites as Intel’s Southwest Regional Controller for Corporate Services.

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