Trevy A. McDonald earned a Bachelor of Arts in radio, television and film in 1990. She is the principal and founder of Reyomi Global Media Group.
McDonald continued her education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she earned a Master of Arts in radio, television and motion pictures and a doctorate in mass communication research.
She teaches in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She also has taught at North Carolina Central University and served as an adjunct faculty member and research mentor at Spertus College in Chicago.
Timothy C. Mulloy graduated in 1976 with a Bachelor of Business Administration. He is senior vice president with the Liberty Mutual Group of Boston, Mass., a Fortune 100 company, and general manager of the Wausau Insurance Signature Division in Milwaukee.
The division provides commercial property and casualty insurance to businesses across the U.S. He also is a chartered property and casualty underwriter, chartered life underwriter and chartered financial consultant.
He began his career with Wausau Insurance in 1976 in group sales. During his career, he has held positions of increasing responsibility with Liberty Mutual, Nationwide Insurance and Wausau Insurance.
Gordon J. Veldboom earned a Bachelor of Science in economics in 1966. He owns Oostburg Concrete Products.
Upon graduating from UW Oshkosh, Veldboom accepted a position at Control Data in St. Paul, Minn. In 1968, he returned to his hometown of Oostburg to run the family business, a small construction company. Veldboom grew the enterprise from eight employees to more than 150 today. It is one of the largest poured-wall and masonry contractors in Wisconsin.
In 1982, he started a development and investment company. To date, that company has developed 12 subdivisions and more than 400 residential and commercial lots.
John Voelker earned a Bachelor of Science in political science in 1987. He was appointed Wisconsin’s director of state courts by the State of Wisconsin Supreme Court in 2003. As the chief non-judicial officer of the state court system, he has the authority and responsibility for the overall management of Wisconsin's unified judicial system. He has authored and co-authored numerous publications relating to court lead initiatives.
Voelker has been employed by the Wisconsin Court System since 1992, most recently as the executive assistant to Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson. Prior to his employment in the court system, he worked for the Wisconsin Legislative Audit Bureau.