Associate Vice President, Audit & Advisory Services
Maureen Pasag currently serves as Associate Vice President of Audit & Advisory Services. Maureen first arrived at the university as the Director of Internal Audit in December 2013, and has also served as the Associate Vice President of Fiscal Affairs from 2014-2016. She possesses more than 16 years of experience in finance and audits in both the private and public sectors, including five years with the Office of Audit and Advisory Services at the CSU Chancellor’s Office in Long Beach. Her previous employers include the Department of Finance with the State of California, First American Title Insurance Co., Pulte Homes, and Station Casinos, Inc. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from CSU Northridge, and is a licensed CPA in California.
Gary Norton joined SFSU’s Audit & Advisory Services in December 2013. Previously, Gary was Audit Director at Alum Rock School District in San Jose and was an Auditor for the Judicial Branch of California state government for five years. Gary is an alumni of Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, with a degree in Finance and Property Management, as well as a Certified Internal Auditor. Gary’s hobbies include reading, playing computer card games and rooting on the Golden State Warriors. Go Dub Nation!
Autumn Love Gray
Mark S. Ohanesian
Business Systems Analyst
Mark Ohanesian joined SFSU’s Audit & Advisory Services in 2016, after a prior position in the Facilities department. Previously, he lived in Monterey, California, where he obtained his BA in Business Administration from CSU Monterey Bay and worked at a local insurance agency. Mark is currently in his first year of the MBA program at the downtown campus, attending part-time. Mark also serves on the board of a nonprofit, planning and coordinating cultural events in the Bay Area throughout the year. In his spare time, Mark loves playing music, board games, shooting portrait and event photography, and is a definite foodie who loves trying out new restaurants in the Bay Area and elsewhere.