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Jason Alberts '97 B.S., '03 J.D.
Jason Alberts is an attorney within the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington D.C. In this position, he focuses on public integrity law and civil rights. Prior to his work for the Justice Department, he was an associate solicitor for the Division of Land and Water Resources at the U.S. Department of the Interior. Alberts has served on the board of directors for the ASU College of Law Alumni Association, and has acted as the organizer for the New York Tillman Honor Run held in conjunction with Pat's Run in Tempe. He is also on the board of directors for the ASU Alumni Law Group.
Jason resides in Washington, D.C. with his wife, Mason, and son, Leolyn.
Michelle Bolton '93 B.A.
Michelle Bolton is director of public affairs for Cox Communications in the southwest region. Prior to taking that position, she was vice president of public affairs and economic development at the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce, Arizona's largest and oldest chamber of commerce. She also has worked for several non-profit business and trade associations including the National Federation of Independent Business, American Land Title Association, Associated Builders and Contractors, and REALTORS Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh. In addition, Bolton served as a Capitol Hill staffer for a member of the U.S. Congress.
She has served as a public policy committee member for the Arizona Chamber of Commerce, Arizona Tax Research Association and the American Tort Reform Association, and has been a member of the city of Phoenix's Development Services Ad Hoc Task Force. In 2011, Bolton received a Women in Business Award from the Phoenix Business Journal, which recognized her as one of the top 25 businesswomen of the year.
Bob Boscamp ’69 B.A.E.
Bob Boscamp is an experienced entrepreneur and visionary leader who has launched, managed and sold multiple national companies, whose products and services are still delivered today. He is currently president of Strategic Solar Energy, an Arizona-based company focused on creating innovative renewable energy technology solutions.
For 34 years, Boscamp served the electric and gas utility industries with innovative products and services, with a special focus on energy education, conservation, and environmental preservation. He created the first home energy analysis program approved by the U.S. Department of Energy for compliance with the 1979 National Energy Act, and also created an national award-winning “In Concert with the Environment” program.
Prior to Boscamp's current work at Strategic Solar Energy, he served as president and CEO at Axiom Power Solutions, a subsidiary of Arizona Public Service’s parent company Pinnacle West Capital Corp. He is a nationally recognized energy industry speaker and an author on energy conservation, education and demand-side management topics. He has been an advisory board member for the W. P. Carey School of Business Center for Services Leadership for 20 years. He holds bachelor's degree in education and has pursued graduate-level studies in business and education at Arizona State University.
Gregg Brewster ‘83 B.A.
Gregg Brewster is vice president of enterprise contracting for Cardinal Health, a Fortune 50 health care manufacturing, supply-chain and service company and is based in Wisconsin. Since joining Cardinal Health as an entry level sales representative, Brewster has held numerous leadership positions; prior to his current role, he was the group vice president for Cardinal Health’s strategic sales organization. He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and a legacy member of Cardinal Health’s Diversity Business Supplier committee.
Brewster enjoys serving on charity, church, school and country club boards and committees, spending time with his family, traveling, golfing, playing tennis, boating and fishing.
Teresa Clement ’02 B.S.E., ’07 Ph.D.
Dr. Clement is strategic technology manager for technology development – missile systems at the Raytheon Company in Tucson. She received her bachelor’s degree and doctoral degree in engineering at ASU, both in material science engineering. She worked as a graduate research assistant at the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and as a Sandia National Laboratories Graduate Research Fellow during her doctoral program, then joined Raytheon upon graduation. She currently has a patent pending for the 3-D printing of an integrated thermal management solution for cooling electronics. Dr. Clement is the current president of the Engineering Alumni Board for the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at ASU, and has served on the alumni board of the engineering school for over a decade. Clement is a member of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronomics (AIAA), American Ceramics Society (ACeRS), and the optics society SPIE International. Her husband, Ben, is also an ASU alum. The couple lives in Tucson with their son, Thomas.
Malissia Clinton '90 B.A.
Malissia Clinton is the senior vice president, general counsel and secretary for The Aerospace Corp. in Los Angeles, providing legal advice and counsel at the senior management level. Prior to joining Aerospace, she was senior counsel for special projects at Northrop Grumman’s corporate offices and worked for the law firm of Tuttle and Taylor. She serves on the board of directors for the Constitutional Rights Foundation. She was a recipient of the 2011 Being A Difference Award from the NABASA Center for the Public Trust.
Glenn Crawford '78 B.S.
Glenn Crawford is a financial advisor and wealth manager for Taylor Insurance and Finance. He also has worked as executive vice president of sales for the Surrex Solutions Corp., and as a senior account executive and board-level producer for Kforce/Source Consulting. Crawford was a member of the 1975 Sun Devil football team that was undefeated (12-0) in the regular season and victorious in the Fiesta Bowl that year. He has served on the board of directors for the W. P. Carey School of Business alumni chapter.
Rick Dircks ‘82 B.S.
Rick Dircks is executive vice president of Dircks Moving & Logistics. He has been in the moving industry for nearly 30 years, working in various industry for nearly 30 years, working in numerous sales and management positions throughout the western United States. He is responsible for all sales and marketing activities for Dircks and personally manages key accounts.
Dircks was honored in February 2013 with the Excellence in Sales Award from Mayflower Van Lines. He also was honored as a finalist for ASU’s 2010 Spirit of Enterprise Award, and also named Small Business Person of the Year by the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce in 1998. He is the board chair for the Better Business Bureau in Central, Northern and Western Arizona, and a member of the executive committee of the board of directors of WESTMARC, the Arizona State University President’s Club and the Fiesta Bowl.
He is a graduate of ASU’s W. P. Carey School of Business and lives in Chandler with his wife, Robin, and his children, Madison and Morgan.
Bret Giles '87 B.S.
Bret Giles is president and co-founder of the Tempe-based business Sitewire Marketspace Solutions, LLC. He also is the co-founder of Big Bounce, a business incubator and co-working space, and serves as professor of practice in ASU’s W. P. Carey School of Business. He was named the 2010 Arizona Small Business Person of the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration. Giles is co-chair of the Phoenix Father’s Day Council and chair-elect of the Downtown Tempe Community Council.
Luis Heredia ’98 B.S
Luis Heredia is a district director for U.S. Rep. Ruben Gallego. Prior to that, he worked as a senior congressional aide to Congressman Raul Grijalva and as a public affairs director for Union Pacific Railroad's Arizona and New Mexico operations. A first-generation American from a Mexican immigrant farm worker family, Heredia participated in the Leadership Scholarship Program at ASU. He has been a Woodrow Wilson/Public Policy and International Affairs fellow and a 2013 Flinn-Brown fellow for the Arizona Center for Civic Leadership. He worked to establish the ASU Alumni Association’s El Diablito chapter in Yuma and also has served on the board of the association’s Los Diablos chapter.
Chris Hill '86 B.S.
Chris Hill is senior managing director of Treadstone Management. Prior to that position, he was CEO of Urgent Care Extra and before that CEO of St. Luke’s Medical Center and Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital. Chris retired from the U.S. Army after 20 years as a Medical Service Corps officer, supervising hospital and medical operations at a number of posts across the United States and abroad. He is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and a member of the ASU Alumni Association's chapter for military veterans.
Kristine Kassel ‘91 B.S.
Kristine Kassel joined the board of directors after serving a term on the ASU Alumni Association’s National Alumni Council. She is the owner of Benefits by Design, Inc., a Tempe-based health insurance brokerage company.
Her community service engagement has included the Tempe Chamber of Commerce, where she is a past chair of the board; the Arizona Small Business Association, where she is a past president; the Phoenix chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners, where she is a past president; the National Association of Health Underwriters, where she served as a past local and state president; and Gabriel’s Angels, where she currently serves as board chair. She is a member of Tempe Leadership Class XXVI and has received the “Tempe Business Woman of the Year Award” from the Tempe Chamber of Commerce.
Kassel is a Tempe native, and currently lives there with her husband and stepdaughter. Her hobbies include golf, cycling, and relaxing with friends and family.
Tim Kelly ‘93 B.S., ‘01 M.S.
Tim Kelly serves as senior vice president and general manager for Shamrock Farms, the dairy division of Shamrock Foods Company, ranked as one of the top 500 largest privately held business in the country. He runs the dairy business for the organization and is instrumental in developing the strategic plan and infrastructure for further growth of the dairy.
Tim earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in agribusiness from Arizona State University. He currently serves on the board of the Innovation Center of US Dairy. In the recent past, Tim also has served on the board of the Grand Canyon State Games, United Cerebral Palsy of Central Arizona, and Blueprint Education. He’s also been a member of the Tempe Diablos.
Tim and his wife, Robyn, have three boys that keep the family busy between educational and sports endeavors.
Mark Kerrigan ‘74 B.S.
Mark Kerrigan is a senior executive in the energy and environmental field and is currently the manager of Amstar Energy Group. Kerrigan helped found the Grid Wise Alliance, an industry consortium established to promote the next generation electric power grid. He has held senior management roles in the federal government, including senior staff for the White House Office of Management and Budget and Deputy Undersecretary for Policy at the Department of Energy under President George H.W. Bush. As part of that role, he was a member of the American delegation to the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
He has served on various boards, including as chairman of the Research and Development Solutions LLC, a member of the board of directors for Phoenix Energy Technology, and chairman of the GlobalResolve advisory board at ASU. He was a member of the Board of Visitors at Indiana University, where he received the Alumni of the Year Award at the School of Public and Environmental Affairs in 2005. He, along with other co-founders of GlobalResolve, also received the James W. Creasman Award for Excellence from the Arizona State University Alumni Association in 2009. Kerrigan lives in Falls Church, Va., with his wife, Susan, and daughters Meredith and Paige.
Fred Reish '67 B.S.
Fred Reish is a partner with the law firm Drinker Biddle LLP, where he chairs the Financial Services ERISA Team. His practice focuses on fiduciary issues, prohibited transactions, tax-qualification and retirement income. Reish has written four books and more than 350 articles on fiduciary responsibility. He is a charter fellow for the American College of Employee Benefits Counsel. Reish has been recognized as one of the “legends” in the retirement plan community and has received distinguished service awards from several organizations.
Darren Skarecky '94 B.S.
Darren Skarecky is currently a financial consultant and owner of Grace Records in Gilbert Arizona. Prior to that Darren was the former CFO of Mister Car Wash and vice president of finance for Insight Enterprises in Tempe, a Fortune 500 technology provider. He had worked in various capacities for Insight and its subsidiaries beginning in 1997. He is a Certified Public Accountant. He has served as treasurer and board member of the Grand Canyon Minority Supplier Development Council and was an ASU FestDevil Homecoming Gala executive committee member from 2005 to 2008. He holds a black belt in Kung Fu San Soo, and has completed over 50 marathons as well as an Ironman triathlon. He is a third-generation ASU alumnus who resides in Queen Creek with his wife Heather and daughters Savannah, Lilly and Bethany.
Michael Tully ’87 B.S., ’91 M.B.A.
Mike Tully is the former president and CEO of AAA Arizona. Tully is also the chairman of Club Software Solutions, a wholly owned AAA technology firm. Prior to joining AAA, Tully owned an export finance company and held CFO positions at Fairchild Data Corp. and PJH Brands, Inc. Tully is a lifetime member of the Fiesta Bowl Committee, a member of YPO/WPO, a member of the ASU President’s Club, and has served on the Finance Advisory Board and the Center for Services Leadership for Arizona State University. Tully’s other community affiliations include serving as chair of the board for Make-A-Wish Foundation of Arizona, as a board member for the Boys and Girls Club of America, and as the vice chairman for Financial Executives International.