Brenda Pejovich reappointed to U. of Texas system board
University of Texas System
February 2, 2011
Brenda Pejovich, Dallas, Texas, was appointed to The University of Texas System Board of Regents by Governor Rick Perry in July 2010.
Regent Pejovich serves on the Academic Affairs Committee, the Finance and Planning Committee, and the Student, Faculty, and Staff Campus Life Committee.
Ms. Pejovich is CEO of BFG Management Company, LLC. She is also CEO of Brenda Pejovich Group LLC, a North Texas based firm providing customized finance, operations and human resources project consulting and executive search services designed to optimize client financial performance and stakeholder value.
Previously, she was CEO & President of Brenda Pejovich & Associates Inc. Founded in 1986, BPA was a pioneer in the professional project services and consulting industry. The firm specialized in management & delivery services and professional large-scale project work including: mergers & acquisitions, systems conversions, asset management, operations outsourcing and transition management. During her tenure, Ms. Pejovich grew BPA from a start-up to one of the top 25 largest companies in its sector as ranked by the Dallas Business Journal. Headquartered in Dallas and with significant operations in Atlanta, BPA hired over 800 consultants annually, and was a preferred supplier to Fortune 500 companies, banking and mortgage entities, FDIC and RTC projects around the country. In 1999 she sold the firm by unsolicited offer to a division of MPS Group, Inc., a $1.9 billion publicly traded professional services firm based in Jacksonville, Florida (NYSE:MPS). She remained with the firm through 2001.
Earlier in her career, Ms. Pejovich practiced public accounting with a Big Eight firm. She received her certified public accountant license from the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy in 1986.
Ms. Pejovich’s distinguished public service record includes an appointment to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (2007-2010) by Governor Rick Perry. She served as Chairman of the Agency Operations Committee, Vice Chairman of the Closing The Gaps Committee, and member of the Advisory Committee on Higher Education Cost Efficiencies. She also received gubernatorial appointments to the Texas Building & Procurement Commission (Chairman, 2004-2007) and Texas Mutual Insurance Company (1997-2003).