Mr. Wenrick took on the role of Executive Director on November 1, 2017 at the system-wide corporate office of the California State University. In this new role, he will have responsibility for upgrading the HCM application for all 23 campuses and the central Chancellor’s Office to Oracle/PeopleSoft 9.2 and consolidating all of the disparate instances into one single Production instance, built upon common best business practices. This new consolidated Common Human Resources System (CHRS) will have minimal modifications but will be robust and flexible enough to handle everything from small, centralized processing campuses to the largest and extremely decentralized campuses. The project will also deliver a Data Warehouse to meet the reporting needs of campuses and the Central Office.
Mr. Wenrick has served on the HEUG Board since March 2015. In 2016 he accepted the role of Executive Vice-President for Community Relations, during which time he has worked closely with the global HEUG Community to try and ensure that the needs of all members, especially outside of the United States are being heard, understood and met.
Prior to his new role as Executive Director, Mr. Wenrick served as the Associate Vice-President for Administration and Finance and Chief Information Officer at Sonoma State University where he oversaw all technology aspects for the campus as well as guided the university's Seawolf Service Center which is a unique one-stop-shop for not only students but also faculty and staff for general customer service needs. He served in that position since 2010, where prior to that he served as the Senior Director for the campus Common Management System for four years. In this capacity Mr. Wenrick was responsible for all aspects (technical and functional) of support for the campus Oracle/PeopleSoft ERP (Finance, HR and Campus Solutions). He has worked at Sonoma State University since 2000.
Mr. Wenrick has also served as the Chief Information Officer at the California State University Maritime Academy between July 2012 and March 2015. In this capacity he was responsible for guidance and management of all aspects of technology outside of instructional support.