St. Thomas More High School announces the addition of current parent and Milwaukee Admirals President Jon Greenberg and current parent and Robert W. Baird & Co. Head of Discretionary Advisory Solutions Tracey Killoran to its board of directors.
“We are grateful to Jon and Tracey for answering the call to serve on the STM Board of Directors,” said STM President Mary McIntosh. “They are passionate about the mission and vision of our school, and I am confident in their ability to add value and support to our board and leadership team, offering new perspective and insight. They are both incredible role models of faith, and are strong believers in Catholic education, as witnessed by their investment in their children’s Catholic education.”
Jon Greenberg is entering in his 15th season as the President of the Milwaukee Admirals Hockey Club. Greenberg joined the team after it was purchased by principal owner Harris Turer in April 2005. Under Jon’s guidance the team has seen significant increases in attendance, corporate support and community involvement, and he helped guide the organization through a successful transition from the BMO Harris Bradley Center to the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena.
“I am honored to join the Board of Directors,” said Greenberg, who also serves on St. Thomas More’s advancement, enrollment, and auction committees. “The school does so many great things and the previous board members have put the school on very solid ground. I hope to help continue that momentum to give the entire STM community, including the students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors and supporters, a school that can impact Southeastern Wisconsin and beyond.”
An active participant in the Milwaukee community, Greenberg also serves on the board of directors for the local chapter of the March of Dimes and the American Cancer Society’s CEOs Against Cancer program. He is also a member of USO Wisconsin’s honorary board of directors and the advancement committee at Marquette University High School, his alma mater.
Greenberg graduated from MUHS in 1985 and then from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1989 with a degree in Mass Communication. Greenberg’s brother, Chris, graduated from Thomas More in 1989; his nephew, A.J., is a member of the 2017 graduating class; and his sister-in-law, Marcie, is a biology teacher at STM. He currently resides in St. Francis with his wife, Shannon, and daughter, Caroline, a junior at St. Thomas More.
Tracey Killoran is the Head of Discretionary Advisory Solutions at Robert W. Baird & Co. In this role, she oversees a program of nearly $20 billion in assets. Prior to Baird, she worked as a CPA in public accounting before taking a position at a consulting firm.
Like Greenberg, Killoran has a close, familial connection to St. Thomas More, where her husband, Brian, works as a science teacher and her oldest daughter, Ellen, will begin her junior year of high school this fall. Tracey and Brian’s younger daughter, Julia, will be starting sixth grade at St. Alphonsus, their family parish.
“STM kept popping up in all areas of my life. I have colleagues and friends who are alumni, my children participated in sports camps offered by STM, and my husband became a science teacher at St. Thomas More. Everyone has spoken of their experience as overwhelmingly positive,” Killoran explained. “Over the last several years, I had the opportunity to meet the administrative team, and based on those conversations about their passion and vision for the school, I would like to be a part of insuring St. Thomas More is able to provide an exceptional Catholic education for future generations of students.”
She and Brian are both graduates of Marquette University. She also serves on the school’s enrollment committee.
Comprised of dedicated volunteers from all walks of life, the St. Thomas More High School Board of Directors play a crucial role in the success and vitality of the school. Serving as the school’s most trusted advisors, the Board of Directors help form school policy, adopt changes and new initiatives, and offer their professional and personal expertise to further the mission of St. Thomas More High School.