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James D. Bormann

James D. Bormann
“Higher Education Administrative Professional”
Board of Directors Member, The
Barnett Academy (June 2011Present). Selected to serve as a
Board Member to a new Charter
School in Columbus Ohio. Was
involved in the 2-year strategic
planning process, and grand
opening in August of 2013.
Executive Board Member,
Pennsylvania College Personnel
Association, (July 2004-2006).
Served as elected Member At Large
for the 4 year Public Institutions in
my region. Responsible for
increasing membership, and
maintaining correspondence with
professionals from each institution.
Head Basketball Coach,
Westmoreland Wolf Pack,
Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania
(March 2001- June 2006).
Responsible for developing
basketball fundamentals and skills
of boys in 6-11th grades. Traveled
to regional tournaments. Assisted
organization president with
administrative duties.
Head Basketball Coach, Patriot
Spirit Select Program, Dayton, Ohio
(November 1994- March 1999).
Responsible for developing
basketball fundamentals and skills
of fifth and seventh grade boys. CoDirected three summer camps for
grades 4-8.
Student Advisory Board Member,
Department of Campus Recreation,
Wright State University (September
1997- June 1997). Brainstormed
ideas to improve the recreation
facilities on campus. Worked with
administration on budget issues.
Participated in fundraising efforts.
204 Brook Street
Titusville, PA 16354
(2) 493-7383
Professional career reflects over 14 years of Higher Education Administration,
extensive program and campus activity development, community partnerships,
and overall student and professional staff supervision.
 Budget creation, management, reporting and control
 Compliance, monitor regulations, reporting, and assessment
 Consistently achieves fiscal and operating objectives
 Crisis prevention management and response protocol measures
 Managed faculty, staff and personnel of more than 60 at a given time
 Professional presentation, teaching and instruction
 Client relations including establishing and maintaining partnerships with
internal and external colleagues
 Coordinated all activities, student organizations, events and professional
development initiatives for various colleges and universities
Doctorate of Higher Education, Union Institute and University, 2015 (Expected
completion date)
Masters of Education, Wright State University, June 2002
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology, Wright State University, June 1997
Executive Director of Student Affairs, University of Pittsburgh at Titusville
(August 2013-Present). Serve as the Senior Student Affairs Administrator and
Chief Conduct Officer. Oversee areas of Judicial Affairs, Residence Life,
Counseling and Career Services, Health Services, Disability Services, Student
Activities, Athletics and Recreation, Student Union, and Orientation. Chair the
University Retention Committee, as well as the Emergency Response Team.
Supervise seven full time professionals. Advise Student Government
Association and the Black Student Union.
Dean of Students, Office of Student Affairs, Wilberforce University (May 2006July 2013). Served as the Chief Conduct Officer. Managed campus crisis
prevention and response s, Physical Plant, Campus Police, and Food Services.
Oversaw the areas of Protocol. Served as the liaison between Student Affairs
and Academic Affairs Residence Life, New Student Orientation, Greek Affairs,
Student Activities, Intramural/Recreation Programs, Student Transportation
Services, and Student Leadership Programs. Coordinated leadership initiatives,
including an annual Student Leadership Conference. Supervised eight full time
staff members, two graduate students, and forty student employees. Advised
the Pan Hellenic Council, Student African American Brotherhood, and the
Senior Class. Managed a $300,000 annual budget.
Dean of Students and Interim VP of Student Affairs, Wilberforce University
(September 2009-December 2011). Promoted to serve as the Chief Student
Affairs Officer throughout the 2009-2011 academic terms. Added
responsibilities included the oversight of Athletics, Health and Counseling
Services and the National Minority Male Health Project. Reported directly to
the President on all matters concerning student life. Managed an $800,000.00
annual budget.
Principal Investigator/ Project Director, National Minority Male Health Project, Wilberforce University (September
2009-2012). Directed the efforts of this project at the institution that is designed to deliver a comprehensive campus
and community-based model program that addresses issues of health for male minorities. Supervised four professionals
who are employed by the project. Partnered with faculty and other departments to increase outreach. Was responsible
for quarterly reporting, and data collection. Managed a $110,000 annual budget.
Director of Campus Activities and Village Advisor, Office of Student Services, University of Pittsburgh at
Greensburg (March 2000- May 2006). Supervised Judicial Affairs Coordinator. Developed and implemented
leadership Initiatives, including annual Regional Leadership Conference. Coordinated an on-going minority
student focus group to address issues of minority students and retention. Coordinated volunteer opportunities.
Advised student programming and governance organizations. Managed all student organizations. Served as staff
liaison between Student Affairs and Academic Affairs. Served as a member of Academic Village Advisory Council.
Coordinated commuter life initiatives. Managed budget of over $200,000 annually. Administered Student
Involvement Transcript Program. Traveled abroad as the institutional representative to the University of
Guanajuoto in Guanajuoto, Mexico, where the university had a direct exchange agreement. Was appointed by the
President to represent the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg.
Conference Presenter, (October 2013), 4th Annual Men of Color Summit, Binghamton, NY “Race, Reaction, and
Retention in Education”.
Guest Speaker (April 2012), Optimist Club of Xenia OH, “Engaging Youth Through Health Awareness”.
Symposium Speaker (October 2011), Wilberforce University, “Male Empowerment Series”
Grant Recipient, (May, 2011), Project Stop Now
Conference Presenter, (April 2, 2011), Student African American Brotherhood National Conference, Indianapolis,
IN, “Informal and Formal Mentoring”.
Webinar Panelist (March, 2010), NASPA sponsored “What the Heck is Student Affairs?”
Grant Recipient, (February, 2011), Ohio Conference on Fire Safety
Workshop Panelist (March 2010), NASPA Conference in Chicago, IL
“SAAB: A Model of Success for Black and Brown Brothers”.
Community Outreach (October 2009-August 2012), in Dayton, OH
“Brother to Brother” Mentor Program with Dayton Leadership Academies.
Grant Recipient, (October 2008), Ohio Campus Compact.
Secured funds for civic engagement programs at the institution.
Visiting Instructor, (October 2008), Wright State University in Dayton, OH.
Presented to the first year cluster of Student Affairs Graduate Students on “Purpose and Setting Goals”.
Conference Presenter, (January 2008), Black Male Leadership Institute at Central State University in Wilberforce,
OH “Making it Cool, to be a Scholar”.
Conference Moderator, (October 2007), National Urban League Conference in Dayton, OH “Men in Leadership”.
Conference Presenter, (October 2004), PCPA Conference in Harrisburg, PA
“Student Activities & Career Services: (Unlikely?) Partners in Student Services”.
Conference Presenter, (March 2002), NASPA Conference in Boston, MA, “Creating Evolutionary Change”.
Conference Presenter, (October 2001), PCPA Conference in Seven Springs, PA,
“Academic Villages, a Student Affairs and Academic Affairs Collaboration”
Conference Keynote Speaker, (September 2000), California University of Pennsylvania Leadership Conference,
California, PA, “Student Leadership”
Grant Recipient, (February, 2001), Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation
Census Bureau Team Leader (November 2009-May 2010). Volunteered to serve as a Team Leader to promote the
2010 Census Survey within our region.
St. Vincent Community Hotel (April 2008). Served and boxed food for residents.
American Heart Association (June 2004). Walked to raise money for the local AHA.
United Way Day of Caring (September 2002). Volunteered at the local YWCA, doing painting and lawn care.
 National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (Mentor for NUFP)
 National Society for Success and Leadership (Honorary)
 Faculty, Student African American Brotherhood National Organization
 President’s Award for Staff Excellence (University of Pittsburgh 2003-2004)
 Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education
 Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.
 Black Man’s Think Tank Board Member