The University of Indianapolis has named Layne Maloney executive director of facilities. She leads all construction, operations and maintenance functions for the growing University, home to more than 5,500 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students. Maloney also is responsible for environmental safety, housekeeping and compliance functions.

She most recently served as director of facilities for the Galen College of Nursing, where she was responsible for strategic planning and operational oversight of campus facilities in Kentucky, Ohio, Florida and Texas. Maloney led capital construction projects, building maintenance and renovation, energy management and sustainability and contracted services.

She previously served as vice president of operations and chief operating officer for Western Michigan University Cooley School of Law in Lansing, Michigan. In that role, she managed more than one million square feet of facilities on 100 acres.

Maloney is a graduate of Marian University in Indianapolis, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration/management. She is a certified International Facility Management Association Facility Management Professional, a certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and a member of the IFMA, Building Owners and Managers Association and National Association of College Auxiliary Services.

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