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"I could not have survived 30 years in school business without the support I've received from ASBO. No matter how much you may think your problem is unique, it's not. I've always found support from colleagues facing the same issues no matter where they work, and I've shared solutions. We have a lot to learn from one another, so I value my memberships in Tri-State ASBO, New Hampshire ASBO, Vermont ASBO, and ASBO International."
—John Aubin, South Burlington School District, South Burlington, Vermont
Member since 1992

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Tom Wohlleber, CSRM

2018 Vice President

Tom Wohlleber, CSRM
Chief Financial Officer
Casa Grande Elementary School District
Casa Grande, Arizona

Tom Wohlleber, the chief financial officer for the Casa Grande Elementary School District in Casa Grande, Arizona, has served as a school business official since 1985 in the states of Wisconsin and Arizona.

An ASBO International member for over 30 years, he was elected in 2013 to a three-year term on the ASBO International Board of Directors and in 2016, was appointed by the ASBO Board to fill a director vacancy for a two-year term.

Wohlleber has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse with majors in business administration and economics, and a master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin–Whitewater in school business management.

He is a past president of both the Wisconsin Association of School Business Officials (WASBO) and Wisconsin School Safety Coordinators Association, which honored him as the 2014 Wisconsin School Safety Coordinator of the Year. He received WASBO’s two highest honors—the Wallace E. Zastrow Award and Wisconsin School Business Official of the Year—and in 2010, was awarded the Distinguished Professional Eagle Award from ASBO International.

In addition, Wohlleber serves as a faculty member with the National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research for their Certified School Risk Manager program and has served on the faculty at Edgewood College and UW-Whitewater in their educational administration graduate programs.

Wohlleber has a long history of community and civic involvement, including serving as lieutenant governor of the Optimist Southern Wisconsin District, past president of the Middleton Optimist Club, youth wilderness experience volunteer with Big City Mountaineers, member of the board of directors for Middleton Volunteer Partnership, and member of the development board for the Middleton Outreach Ministry. He also is a graduate of Leadership Greater Madison.

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