E. Damian De La Torre
Finance Director
310 228 6400 | damian.delatorre@ellison.usc.edu
Damian De La Torre is the Finance Director for the Ellison Institute of USC. In this role, Damian performs complex financial reporting and analysis to assist the institute and it’s faculty with short and long-term financial planning. He collaborates with University and Keck Administrative staff on fiscal matters to ensure a continued and clear path towards achieving the institute’s goals. In addition to those duties he also assists with and reviews daily business transactions, reconciles internal records and advices on policies and procedures as needed. Prior to joining the Ellison institute he had performed various reporting, analytical and budgeting duties at the USC Dornisfe College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, the Keck School of Medicine’s Business Office and Keck Advancement. Damian brings over 19 years of financial reporting, analysis and budgeting experience at USC to the Ellison Institute. He earned his BS in Entrepreneurship and Business Management from the USC Marshall School of Business in 1996.  
E. Damian De La Torre
Finance Director
310 228 6400
damian.delatorre@ellison.usc.edu
Damian De La Torre is the Finance Director for the Ellison Institute of USC. In this role, Damian performs complex financial reporting and analysis to assist the institute and it’s faculty with short and long-term financial planning. He collaborates with University and Keck Administrative staff on fiscal matters to ensure a continued and clear path towards achieving the institute’s goals. In addition to those duties he also assists with and reviews daily business transactions, reconciles internal records and advices on policies and procedures as needed. Prior to joining the Ellison institute he had performed various reporting, analytical and budgeting duties at the USC Dornisfe College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, the Keck School of Medicine’s Business Office and Keck Advancement. Damian brings over 19 years of financial reporting, analysis and budgeting experience at USC to the Ellison Institute. He earned his BS in Entrepreneurship and Business Management from the USC Marshall School of Business in 1996.