​Business Advisory Council



(L-R): Chancellor Bernie Patterson, Greg Tonn, Dennis DeLoye, Todd Burch, Tracie Roberson, Sheri Dick, Gary Mullins, Jim Wysocki, Rick Rettler, Jim Weishan, Jim Waldron, Jim Anderson, Marty Loy, Wayne Ashenberg.
(Not pictured: Cliff King, Amy Nystrom, Floyd Carlson, Keith Anderson, Jim Frings, Jeff Peterson.)

The UW-Stevens Point Business Advisory Council (BAC) is a select group of decision makers among a diverse group of companies located in Central and Northcentral Wisconsin. The purpose of the BAC shall be to further the general interest of the UWSP School of Business & Economics and the university, provide input and direction in the strategic planning process, and act as a panel for discussion on the needs of the businesses in the region as partners. In addition, the council will strive to advance the cause of education for business, and UWSP School of Business & Economics in specific, by:
  • providing input into strategic planning for the UWSP SBE to create educational programming that fits the needs of Central Wisconsin businesses
  • increasing advocacy and awareness about the UWSP SBE and its activities among alumni and the business community​
  • assisting in attracting qualified students to SBE
  • broadening networking and employment opportunities for both alumni and current students, and
  • providing financial support.
 
Member​ ​Organization
​Jim Anderson Ellis Stone Construction​
​Keith Anderson NVR Construction
Wayne Ashenberg​ (Chair)
​Retired, Fairfax Financial Holdings
​Todd Burch
Aspirus Riverview Hospital & Clinic
Floyd Carlson Greenheck Fan
​Dennis DeLoye
Associated Bank​
​Sheri Dick
Figi's Inc.
​James Frings G3 Industries
​Cliff King Skyward, Inc.
​Amy Nystrom
Prevention Genetics
​Jeff Peterson CliftonLarsonAllen
​Rick Rettler Rettler Corporation​
​Tracie Roberson ​​CH Robinson
​Greg Tonn Tonn's Inc./Taco Bell​
​Jim Waldron
Wausau Window and Wall Systems​
​Jim Weishan
Sentry Insurance​
​Jim Wysocki ​​Wysocki Family of Companies
Marty Loy UWSP College of Professional Studies
​Gary Mullins UWSP School of Business and Economics
 
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