About Us

The Fiscal Unit is within the college’s Shared Service Center and supports the college by processing purchasing transactions, account payables, reimbursements, travel authorizations, travel expense reports, pcards, etc.

Daniel Morgan

Daniel Morgan

Assistant Director Of Operations

Daniel Morgan started with the UF College of Pharmacy in April 2009 and is currently the Assistant Director of Operations for the college. Daniel has the responsibility of overseeing the daily operations of the logistics and fiscal offices. Before arriving at the college, Daniel worked in the banking and credit counseling industries for 10 years.

Eric Money

Eric Money

Business Administration Specialist III

Eric Money, Iowa born and bred, moved to Gainesville from the borderlands of Belgium and The Netherlands. Fluent in English and Dutch, he’s occasionally found the use of both quite handy in his work for the College of Pharmacy Fiscal Office. Eric holds a BA in International Business with a Post Graduate Certificate in International Purchasing and worked for several international corporations; which, probably more than anything, helped him land his first UF job in Purchasing and that’s where he learned how to help his customer by thinking outside the bureaucratic box. He is an active member of the UF LGBTQ+ Presidential Advisory Committee and spent several years as secretary of the National Association of Education Purchasing, Florida chapter (NAEP‐FL). There is life outside work and Eric enjoys all that the State of Florida has to offer, from the theme parks (all aboard the Hogwarts Express!) to outdoor fun (who doesn’t like to dive into 30 degree water on a hot summer day!?) and everything in between.

Rita Steff

Rita Steff

Business Admin Services

Rita Steff started her administrative career in the Air Force as an Administrative Specialist in 1977, in 2005 she became an Office Manager at UCF at their satellite campus in Daytona Beach. She worked in their Business Administration College. Rita joined UF in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Germanic and Slavic Language Department as a Program Assistant. In 2008 she transferred to the Provost Office as an Office Assistant where she worked with the Provost, President and newly formed UF Online offices. While working for these departments she was promoted to the Accountant Position. She accepted the position of BAS III in the College of Pharmacy Shared Service Center in March of 2016, overseeing Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research (PTR), and assisting SSC staff with Medicinal Chemistry (MC), Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy (POP), Entrepreneurial Programs (EP), and the Center for Quality Medication Management (CQM). As a BAS III, Rita assist with overseeing the daily functions of some areas within the Fiscal Unit when the Logistics and Fiscal Operations Manager is absent or at his direction. Rita has completed the following Certification Trainings while at UF: PRO 3 for HR/Payroll Management; PRO 3 for Fiscal Management, Business Communications Certificate and recently the Managing at UF Certification.

Quintina Meekins

Quintina Meekins

Fiscal Assistant

Quintina Meekins joined the Fiscal Unit of the College of Pharmacy in June 2017. As a Fiscal Assistant II she supports the department of Medicinal Chemistry. Her responsibilities include processing the following: travel authorizations, travel and expense reimbursements, requisitions/purchase orders, Facilities Service requests, expense to expense journal entries, PCard reconciliation, invoice payments, check requests, household goods /lab moves and general customer service. In addition to serving her department, she also assists her fellow Fiscal team members, as needed.

Quintina started working for UF in 2006 as a Sr. Clerk in FA-PDS. In 2007, she was promoted as Program Assistant. Her responsibilities were assisting Purchasing Help Desk, Household/Lab moves, assisted Total Office Support, MyUF Market help desk and assisted the Administrative Support Assistant in her absence.

In 2010, Quintina joined Clinical Trials Phase I Unit until they closed in 2011. Her job duties consisted of travel authorizations, travel and expense reimbursements, requisitions/purchase orders, Facilities Service requests, expense to expense journal entries, PCard reconciliation, invoice payments, check requests for volunteers, assisting with grant submission and closing/IRB procedures, and assisted admin. with time reporting in their absence, ensure that.

After the closing of Clinical Trial Phase I Unit; Quintina began working for the Dept. of Biology as a Fiscal Assistant II. There her duties consisted of: travel authorizations, travel/expense reimbursements, household/ lab relocations, requisitions/purchase orders, Facilities Service requests, expense to expense journal entries, PCard reconciliation, invoice payments, check requests, monthly reconciliation reporting to accountant, Pre/Post Award submission and tracking and general customer service. In addition to serving her department, she also assists her fellow Fiscal/ Administrative members as needed.

Kevin Shenk

Kevin Shenk

Fiscal Assistant

Kevin Shenk has been working in the College of Pharmacy’s Fiscal Office as a Fiscal Representative located in the Shared Service Center since October 2016. While employed at UF he has completed the Pro 3 Series Fiscal Management Certification. Kevin handles all fiscal matters for the Department of Pharmaceutics. He also acts as the backup Fiscal Representative for the departments of Medicinal Chemistry (MC) and Pharmacotherapy & Translational Research (PTR).

Prior to his employment at UF, Kevin served honorably in the US Air Force for 6 years and continues to serve in the US Air Force Reserve. He also completed his Associate Degree in Business Administration and is continuing his schooling to obtain a Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management.

Kendrick Fountain

Kendrick Fountain

Fiscal Assistant I

Kendrick Fountain began with UF College of Pharmacy in October 2019. As a fiscal representative at the Shared Service Center, Kendrick supports the Center for Quality Medication Management, Pharmaceutical Outcomes & Policy, and Entrepreneurial Program at UF. Before joining UF, Kendrick worked in the non-profit, child welfare, and biomedical supply industry where he held various roles within the finance department. Kendrick is a native of Gainesville, FL and alumni of Santa Fe College where he obtained his associates degree in office management.