Dr. McNeeley is also an adjunct professor at Northwestern University where he teaches in the graduate program at the prestigious McCormick School of Engineering.
Dr. McNeeley is a graduate of the Harvard Business School. He also attended University of Wisconsin, Benedictine University, and George William College. He earned his Ph.D. in Economics, an MBA, an MS in Management and Organizational Behavior as well as a BA in Business.
Directorships include: Olympic Steel in Cleveland, Ohio; Saulsbury Industries in Odessa, Texas; Vail Rubber Company in St. Joseph, Michigan. He is Management Trustee of the Pipefitters’ Union local 529. He is a former Director of the Committee for Monetary Research in Greenwich, Connecticut. He has been featured in many industry and business publications, including the
Wall Street Journal. He was a finalist for the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year as well as the ASA Executive of the Year, Metal Center News’ Man of the Year, and has been featured as an industry thought leader in Forward Magazine.
As testament to his competitive nature, Don has completed 82 marathons, including a five time finish of the renowned Boston Marathon, 7 Olympic distance triathlons, and in a test of endurance, he once completed 6 marathons in 6 weeks.
In speaking with Don, he is most proud of hailing from a working class family of modest means with seven siblings. Part of his childhood was featured in a publication entitled Limbo, White Collar Dreams with Blue Collar Roots. It is said that he has the unique ability to make political and economic complexities easily understood.
Please join me in welcoming Professor McNeeley.