Central Office Staff
The Central Office is a busy place, representing the hub of ACUI activities throughout the year. We couldn't do what we do without our volunteers, and our staff puts a lot of time and energy into supporting those volunteers and providing the resources our members find so valuable.
The ACUI Central Office is only a few keystrokes or phone call away. You are also welcome to visit us should you be traveling through beautiful Bloomington, Ind. Informal visits are welcome without notice; should you desire to meet with specific staff, please contact them in advance to arrange a meeting to ensure their availability.
Below is a staff directory including areas of responsibility. If you are unsure of whom to contact, please call us at 812.245.ACUI (812.245.2284) and we will be happy to direct you to the proper person.
Acts on behalf of ACUI, supervises the Central Office staff, serves as the ACUI liaison to other organizations, serves as a member of the Board of Trustees, and works with the Board of Trustees to advance all Association stated goals and purposes.
Event and Corporate Sales Manager
Tim coordinates and develops CSHEMA educational programs and serves as the primary meeting planner for CSHEMA's annual and regional conference. Tim also manages all aspects of strategic alliances with CSHEMA corporate partners including associate memberships, advertising, Exhibit Hall, and sponsorships. Tim also assists with the ACUI Expo.
Director of Content Curation
Elizabeth supervises the development of ACUI's program and publication content. She serves as managing editor of The Bulletin magazine and is the liaison to the Education Councils and Diversity and Inclusiveness Program Team.
Director of Membership and Sales
Jason is responsible for the recruitment and retention of ACUI members. He will develop strategies, policies, and procedures aimed at stimulating membership growth and improving retention rates. He will also monitor service procedures to ensure member satisfaction. Jason's background includes manager and director level membership positions with the American Bar Association and the Roller Skating Association International.
Collegiate Recreation and Leisure Activities Coordinator
Jake coordinates the development, administration, and evaluation of the Association's recreation and leisure activities and other competitions. He advises members and member committees in developing and executing initiatives such as clay targets, 9-ball billiards, and table tennis.
Meetings and Events Coordinator
Susanna facilitates the logistics of events including institutes, seminars, regional conferences, and recreation and leisure activities programming and provides other support such as registration, web updates, travel planning, budgeting to enrich the member experience.
Financial Services Manager
Responsible for A/P, A/R, general financial transactions, program registration, and audit preparation.
Designs ACUI publications and promotions.
Educational Program Coordinator
Brian coordinates and develops education related to campus life and activities. He serves as the liaison to all of the student programs, with direct coordination of I-LEAD®, Poetry Slam, academic challenge, and the UNICEF Campus Challenge. Brian is also responsible for volunteerism, elections, awards, and the Career Center for the Association. Furthermore, he is responsible for all regional conferences that occur each year.
Plans, designs, develops, and implements new and ongoing Web initiatives. Works with other staff and Association members to create new Web content and functionality. Develops and maintains Web-related databases. Manages Web site maintenance including updating content and troubleshooting Web applications and other Web-related technical problems. Provides Web site technical support to staff and Association members. Acts as liaison to regional Web managers assisting them as necessary.
Marketing and Sales Coordinator
Savannah is responsible for the overall marketing efforts of ACUI Procure and Promos and will perform functions related to processing incoming orders from these two programs. This entails being one of several frontline associates responsible for member inquiries and interactions, proactively seeking new customers, processing orders, and following up with customers to ensure satisfaction.
Volunteer and Staff Development Manager
Justin coordinates the training and development initiatives for volunteers, staff members, and students engaged in the work of the Association. He liaises with the Volunteer Development Team, the Research Program Team, ACUI's communities of practice, the Student Organizations Institute, and the awards and recognition programs.
David is responsible for the sales process of ACUI Procure and Promos from proactively seeking new customers to fulfilling orders and following up to ensure satisfaction.
Director of Meetings
Smith serves as the primary meeting planner for the annual conference and other face to face programs for ACUI. She works with the strategic direction of the ACUI Clay Target program and serves as the staff liaison to the volunteers of the conference program team.
Assists with writing, editing, and layout of the Association's publications and communications. She also works with CSHEMA publications and educational programs for ACUI.
Central Office Administrator & Procure Sales Team
Supports members and membership initiatives, coordinates office operations, and is the primary customer service representative for ACUI and CSHEMA. Provides A/R responsibilities.
Associate Executive Director
Manages all cash funds, accounting operations, and financial statements; works with the executive director to create and present the Association budget to the Board of Trustees; manages all information services for the ACUI Central Office; maintains all computer hardware, software, and listserves for the Central Office.
Director of Business Services
Jack serves as the executive director for the Campus Safety, Health, and Environmental Management Association (CSHEMA), overseeing daily operations of this sister higher education association. He is responsible for ACUI's contract review process and with his department has responsibility for ACUI meeting and event logistics. Jack joined the Association as a graduate intern in 2001 and has previously served the Association as an educational program coordinator and the director of educational programs and services.
Director of Student and Professional Development
Zack serves as the staff liaison to the Education and Research Fund Program Team and to the 2012 Conference Program Team. He works with both institutional and associate members with members to manage the Association's research and assessment activities. Zack directs the College Union and Student Activities (CUSA) evaluation program and manages an intra-office work team dedicated to fulfilling the Association's overall educational objectives.
Online Learning Assistant
Scarlett currently works with online engagement developing resources for community of practice leaders and members. She also facilitates online learning opportunities to promote professional development within the Association.