Rolf Wegenke is president and chief executive officer of the Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (WAICU), of the WAICU Benefits Consortium (WBC) and the WAICU Educational Technology Consortium (WAICU ETC).
Dr. Wegenke's full biography can be found by following the link above.
Ms. Biba coordinates WAICU’s print and digital publications, as well as social media. She also is a featured speaker at student access events, where she shares information about Wisconsin’s private colleges with students, parents, and counselors.
Ms. deHart directs the activities of the WAICU Collaboration Project, which focuses on helping members control their costs through collaboration on back-office administrative functions and purchasing. She is also COO of the WBC and the WAICU ETC.
Ms. Dutter is responsible for facilitating member college and university participation in the 40+ collaborative, cost-saving initiatives organized by WAICU and for responding to issues arising with regard to those services.
Ms. Neilson is responsible for facilitating member college and university participation in the 40+ collaborative, cost-saving initiatives organized by WAICU and for responding to issues arising with regard to those services.
Ms. Robin handles event registrations, administers the WAICU directory and all listservs, performs receptionist duties, assists in general office operations, and provides back-up to other support staff.
Executive Director of WAICU Educational Technology Consortium
Ms. Simon is responsible for strategic financing, accounting, purchasing, investment, budgeting, accountability reporting, human resources, contract management, technology, facilities and administrative support staff within the WAICU office.
Ms. Stahl is responsible for the development and administration of student access programming and communication initiatives highlighting the benefits of Wisconsin’s private colleges. She also oversees the WAICU nonprofit internship program and coordinates scholarships administered by WAICU.