Two executives join Carroll University board
November 8, 2013
WAUKESHA, WIS.—Two new members were installed to the Carroll University Board of Trustees at its fall meeting in October 2013. Both will serve a three-year term.
Reynolds “Renny” Challoner, who most recently was president of NEW Paradigm Advisors, LLC, a consulting firm for private business owners on systematic approaches to strategic business issues and market opportunities. From 1990 to 2000, Challoner was owner, president and chief executive officer of Lord’s Dental Studio, Inc., in Green Bay, a leading full-service dental laboratory. In 2000, he was elected chairman of the American Dental Trade Association and received its Distinguished Service Award.
Throughout his 48 years in business, Challoner has held general management, strategic planning, marketing, materials research and purchasing positions for corporations in the specialty chemicals, food ingredients, packaging, paper and dental industries.
Challoner graduated from Carroll with a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 1964. He resides in Luxemburg, Wis. and Sanibel, Fla., with his wife Barbara, a 1963 Carroll graduate. Together they received Carroll’s Distinguished Alumni Award for Community Service in 2012.
Joseph P. Zvesper, chief executive officer and chairman of the Board of Directors of American Appraisal Associates, Inc., a global consulting firm. His principal focus is the development and implementation of the firm’s global strategic initiatives. He maintains offices in London, Milwaukee and New York. Zvesper joined the firm in 1993 as executive vice president and chief financial officer.
Prior to American Appraisal, Zvesper held various senior consulting and practice development positions with PricewaterhouseCoopers. He has extensive experience in the mergers and acquisitions arena, both as an advisor and investor. He is associated with Jacsten Holdings, LLC, a private investment firm.
Zvesper is a certified public accountant and earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Carroll University in 1976. He lives in Milwaukee.
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