As vice president for Johns Hopkins Medicine and chief financial officer for the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Mark Hingtgen oversees the strategic financial direction of the school of medicine, and develops and executes a financial model that anticipates and responds to the opportunities and challenges inherent in the academic environment.
Before coming to Johns Hopkins, Hingtgen served as the assistant vice president for finance at the University of Iowa Health Care. In that position, he was a key member of the senior financial team, with oversight of strategic financial planning, accounting, budgeting and capital investment planning. Hingtgen has also worked at the Washington University School of Medicine as senior departmental accountant and manager of administrative services in the Department of Neurology.
Hingtgen earned his bachelor’s degree from Iowa State University and a master’s degree in public policy administration from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.