OGDEN, Utah – Brett Perozzi has been named the new associate vice president for Student Affairs at Weber State University.
Perozzi was selected following a national search, and his appointment was approved by the WSU Board of Trustees at its October meeting. Perozzi will assume his new duties at WSU effective Oct. 22.
“Brett brings more than 15 years of student affairs experience to Weber State,” said Jan Winniford, vice president for Student Affairs. “He has held leadership positions at several universities and organizations across the country. Our campus community will benefit from his expertise and insights.”
Perozzi comes to WSU from Arizona State University, where he serves as executive director for Student Engagement. Perozzi also teaches as an adjunct faculty member in higher and postsecondary education at Arizona State. Prior to joining ASU, Perozzi spent four years (2002-2005) as the associate executive director for the Association of College Unions International. He is the author of several articles pertaining to student affairs issues and has presented at regional and national conferences.
Perozzi earned his Ph.D. from Indiana University in higher education administration with a minor in strategic management. He has a master’s degree in higher education from the University of Arizona and a bachelor’s degree from the State University of New York Potsdam.
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