Scott Lloyd, MBA, CPA

Chief Transformation Officer and Executive Director of Finance and Administration, Huntsman Cancer Institute

Scott Lloyd

Scott Lloyd serves as Chief Transformation Officer and Executive Director of Finance and Administration at HCI. As Chief Transformation Officer, Lloyd is responsible for discipling and facilitating the continued success of HCI across the enterprise and its growing and increasingly complex research, clinical care, education, and outreach missions. Lloyd works to accelerate the impact of HCI by ensuring the infrastructure, resources, staff, and culture are optimally aligned to advance the mission and strategic goals of HCI toward the greatest benefit of the people we serve. He has oversight over HCI’s finance and administration teams, uniting more than 290 staff full time equivalencies in their collective work to eradicate cancer.

Prior to his current role, Lloyd served as Senior Director of Finance and Administration at HCI where he oversaw finance, informatics, human resources, and facilities. Select key achievements included overseeing the planning, design, and programming for a major expansion of the cancer research center, and overseeing the cancer center’s administration team that received a National Cancer Institute peer review rating of ‘exceptional’ (the highest possible rating) and worked to secure Huntsman Cancer Institute’s status as a Comprehensive Cancer Center, the highest federal designation possible.

Before joining Huntsman Cancer Institute in 1999, Lloyd was vice president of finance and administration for American Stores, where he acquired a background in planning and budgeting, cost controls, team building, process involvement, and problem solving.

Lloyd is a CPA with a BS in accounting from the University of Utah and a BS in Finance from Brigham Young University. He earned an MBA from the University of Utah. He has completed several executive leadership professional development courses including seminars at Harvard University, the University of Utah, and others.