Richard Myers became Princeton University’s deputy provost for resource planning in 2019. Richard joined the Office of the Provost in 2015 as vice provost for academic and budget planning. As deputy provost, Richard advises the provost on the alignment of Princeton’s operating and capital budgets with the University’s longer term priorities and strategy, assists in the implementation of strategic initiatives, and promotes a robust analytical environment to support decision-making and planning. From 2008 to 2015, Richard was senior associate dean of the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences at the University of Virginia, where he served as the chief operating officer for the school and coordinated academic and administrative planning. Prior to UVa, Richard served as the chief planning and budget officer at Smith College and as associate provost at Williams College. Richard holds three degrees, including a Ph.D., from the University of Virginia. He has been active in community and professional service, including contributions as a church school teacher and vestry member in the Episcopal Church, service as school board member, and numerous roles on accrediting and consulting teams for colleges and universities.