Advisory Council

The College of Business and Leadership Advisory Council is comprised of several local and regional corporate executives and non-profit leaders. These highly skilled leaders support the Lourdes University business programs where “Business is Taught As A Noble Profession.TM

Many of these leaders also lend their expertise in the Executive In Residence program and offer internships at their companies and organizations.

Accounting Advisory Council Members

Chris Gulgin
Director of Finance
The Andersons Inc. Ethanol Group

Adele Jasion
Certified Public Accountant
Gilmore Jasion Mahler, LTD

Fred Kujawa
Tax Manager
Sobb Roberts Inc.

Eric Marcis
Financial Analyst

Kevin Pirozek
Commercial Loan Officer
Signature Bank

Nick Rediger
Cloud Accounting Service Specialist
WVC Rubix Cloud

Jim Weber
Certified Public Accountant
Weber O’Brien

Patti Zulewski
Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary

Sport Management Advisory Council Members

Addison Conroy
Student, Sport Management Major
Lourdes University

Dana Drewniak
Group Events Specialist
Cleveland Cavaliers

Zach Galia
Director of Social Media
Arizona Cardinals

Tristan Musser
Buffalo Sabres

Seth Nadel
Technology Coordinator
Baltimore Orioles

Stavros Paskaris
Assistant Men’s Ice Hockey Coach
Dartmouth University

Matt Sajna
Operations Manager
Greater Cleveland Sports Commission

Meg Sharp
Assistant Athletic Trainer & SWA
Adrian College

Ryan Thompson
Assistant Director of Athletics/Communications
Davenport University


COBAL Mission & Vision

MISSION: The College of Business and Leadership is a point of intersection for members of the academic, business, and nonprofit communities where degree and non-degree programing serves the values of learning, service, and reverence. We seek to ENGAGE current and future members of the business and nonprofit communities in integrated, personal, and values-centered educational journeys designed to enrich lives and advance career goals.

VISION: We develop knowledgeable, values-centered, globally aware graduates who will practice business as a noble profession.