While you get up to speed on the Workday implementation across the UW System, take some time to get to know the Administrative Transformation Program all-star team members who make our work possible. This month, we’re sitting down for a Q&A with one of ATP’s business system analysts, Bridget Nettesheim.
What’s your hometown?
I grew up in McFarland, Wisconsin, but currently call Oregon, Wisconsin, home.
How long have you worked in the UW System, where, and in what roles?
I’ve held various accountant and analyst roles at the UW beginning back in 2004, when I worked at UW System Administration. More recently, I’ve worked for Research and Sponsored Programs, Business Services, and ATP for UW-Madison.
What’s your role and team on ATP?
I’m a business systems analyst on the General Ledger Team, which includes Foundation Data Model (FDM), Gifts & Endowments, Financial Accounting, and Payroll Accounting.
Why did you want to work for ATP?
I was excited for the opportunity to be part of a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) system and planning new ways to improve our financial transacting and reporting.
What’s a fun fact about you?
Dr. Mario is my favorite video game!
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