The Alumni Association welcomed six new members to its Board of Directors in 2016.



In welcoming the new members, Alumni Board President Zoreedua Perkins, ’06, ’08, expressed gratitude on behalf of the Alumni Association for their willingness to serve the University. “I look forward to working with all of you in serving the University and taking the Alumni Association to the next level.”



New board members include:



Tim Brown (B.S. Business Administration, ’03; M.B.A., ’05) 
Tim Brown is an operations manager of credit and collections at We Energies in Milwaukee. He is certified in relationship building and conflict resolution by Inclusity, LLC. Brown is active in a number of community organizations including Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin, Doors Open Milwaukee, Milwaukee Public Television and more.



“Stritch played an important role in my success and I look forward to returning the favor,” Brown said.



Sue Devine-Simon (M.E. Professional Development: Youth Ministry, ’87) 
With 30 years of experience in ministry, Sue Devine-Simon looks forward to the opportunity to help further the mission and Franciscan values of Cardinal Stritch University. She currently serves as the director of Christian Formation at St. James Parish in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin.



Jennifer Kilian Morgan (M.B.A., ’14) 
As an account manager at We Energies in Milwaukee and a small business owner, running a real estate appraisal company, Jennifer Morgan describes herself as a solution-driven leader. She prides herself on finding innovative ways to achieve a goal in an ever-changing environment. Morgan is eager to serve as an ambassador for Stritch as she places a high priority on education.  



Robert Randolph (B.S. Management, ’10) 
With nine years of experience as a pastor and associate minister and 12 years of experience in non-profit capacity building and community engagement, Robert Randolph welcomes the opportunity to give back to his alma mater.



“Cardinal Stritch University helped shape me into the professional, and more importantly, into the man I am today,” Randolph said.



He serves as the senior pastor of Kingdom Faith Fellowship Church, executive director of Kingsway Learning Center and president of Learning Bridges Kingdom Academy. 



Joan (Krebsbach) Stewart (B.A Home Economics, ’71) 
After spending 42 years on the East Coast, Joan Stewart returned to Wisconsin and embraces the opportunity to reconnect with Cardinal Stritch University.



“I am proud of Cardinal Stritch University and its Franciscan values. I want to do what I can to ensure my alma mater continues to flourish,” Stewart said.



She recently retired from a career as a clinical dietitian and coordinator of outpatient diabetes services.



Dr. Wilson Doug Thompson (Ph.D. Leadership, ’15) 
Described by one of his colleagues as a strong leader who influences others to achieve important goals, Thompson is skilled at creating an environment that helps others succeed by facilitating the discovery and pursuit of their passions. He is excited about serving the University as a member of the Alumni Association Board of Directors.



The Alumni Association Board of Directors plans events and activities throughout the year that support and promote University goals and keep 33,000 worldwide alumni engaged with their alma mater.


Applications and nominations are currently being accepted for the Alumni Association Board of Directors, with service beginning in January 2017. Apply or nominate someone by June 30, 2016.