Chief Risk Officer
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
I oversee the daily operations and management of all programs and events including the curriculum and materials. I also ensure that each chapter, colony and alumni volunteer is provided with value based programming and see that proper education and support is given to members in the areas of leadership development, academic achievement, volunteerism, business principles, personal life skills and risk management issues.
I joined the Zeta-Zeta Chapter at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in the fall of 2000. During my collegiate years, I served my chapter as Crysophylos, Rush Chair, and Prytanis. As a student at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, I was the Independent Elections Commissioner for the Student Association and helped start the Interfraternity Council serving as its first president. I earned a Bachelor’s degree in Economics at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2002 and a Masters in Student Affairs Administration from Ball State University in 2005. From 2003-2004, I was a Regional Consultant for TKE in the Midwest and West. Before Joining the TKE staff in 2007 as a Regional Director, I worked as the Assistant Director for Student Activities and Judicial Affairs at Loyola University New Orleans. As an alumnus of TKE, I have served as a Province Advisor in Louisiana and Board of Advisors member for the Alpha-Zeta Chapter at Purdue University.
I am a proud donor to the TKE Educational Foundation (Fraters Society).
What I Like To Do in My Free Time
In my free time I’m usually watching sports. I follow the Green Bay Packers, UWM Panthers, and am an avid supporter of FC Bayern Munich. I have also traveled to Germany and greater Europe each of the five past years.