Tony Scott has been with the College of Continuing Education since 2005. He currently advises students in Manufacturing Operations Management and Information Technology Infrastructure and for certificates in accounting, addiction studies, and applied business. He holds a B.A. in child psychology, youth studies, and African American studies and an M.B.A. in consulting.
Mr. McKeen is a leading regulatory consultant. He has over 20 years of experience in the medical device industry in a variety of key assignments focusing on rapid product development, clinical study, quality system compliance, and regulatory approval of innovative high quality Class II and III medical devices. He has served as director of regulatory management for St. Jude Medical and director of quality for Phillips Plastics, a leading contract manufacturer. He has held leadership positions at Cardiac Science, Medtronic, and Guidant. Mr. McKeen is active in a wide range of industry associations as chair of the LifeScience Alley Regulatory SIG and member of the LSA 510k Action Committee, as well as a variety of AdvaMed committees. He is a frequent presenter at industry conferences, including LSA and RAPS. He holds an M.B.A. from the University of Dallas and an R.A.C. (Regulatory Affairs Certification).
Associate Director of Applied and Professional Studies
Michael Matejcek has over 20 years of experience in higher education, including his current position. Before coming to the College of Continuing Education, he worked at Herzing University as an English instructor and chair of the General Education Program. He holds a B.A. and M.A. in English.
Charles Russell has over seven years of advising and recruiting experience and currently advises students entering the University of Minnesota with an emphasis on CCE Applied and Professional Studies programs. He holds a B.E.S in Geography with an emphasis in Retail Location Theory.