July 22 2021: Brian Danzinger Speaks on IT Trends to be Aware of

Cybersecurity, Big Data, and the Internet of Things.

Dr. Brian Danzinger is an associate lecturer for the Austin E. Cofrin School of Business at UW-Green Bay. He is currently teaching “Introduction to Management Information Systems” and “Analysis & Design of Business Information Systems”. Brian received a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with a major in International Business and Language Area Studies with an emphasis on Economics and a minor in Spanish from St. Norbert College. Brian also received his Masters of Science (MS) in Management and Organizational Behavior from Holy Family College of Manitowoc and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Electronic Commerce from Northcentral University. He continued his professional development receiving a Graduate Certificate of Project Leadership and System Design from Cornell University, a Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity from Harvard University, Professional Certificate in Cybersecurity from Texas A&M, and a Professional Certificate for Emergency Management from the Emergency Management Institute.

Brian is a Vice President of Business Resumption and Corporate Risk Management for one of the top 50 publicly traded financial institutions and serves as an Officer and Contingency Planner for the United States Coast Guard. He also teaches Leadership and Information Systems Management courses for 3 area Graduate programs and was named the Concordia – Batterman School of Business MBA Instructor of the Year in 2017. Brian is heavily involved and invested in the community and was named as one of the Greater Green Bay Chamber Future 15 and Young Professional of the Year. Brian served 3 terms on the City of Green Bay City Council sitting on the Academic Advisory and Ethics Boards and served on the St. Norbert College Board of Trustees. He currently serves as a board member for Junior Achievement of the Greater Green Bay Area, The Bay Area Community Council, and Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity.