- PhD - Finance, University of Colorado
- MBA, University of Colorado
Ronald L. Schillereff is a supporting faculty member of finance. He received his PhD in finance from the University of Colorado at Boulder, MBA from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, and BS from the United States Air Force.
After completing his military obligation, Schillereff was an assistant professor of finance at Texas Tech University. In 1979, he started a 25 year career in the private sector. Initially, Schillereff served as the Chief Economist of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Little Bank. He then served as Vice Chairman of Myers Bancshares, a private multibank holding company, in Dallas, Texas.
From 1989 to 2004, Schillereff held a variety of executive management and finance positions with EDS Corporation and American Management Systems (AMS). He served as Managing Director of A. T. Kearney’s Southeast Asia operations (a subsidiary of EDS), Managing Director of EDS Australia, and CFO of AMS.
Schillereff has served as an adjunct professor at the University of Colorado, University of Arkansas, and the University of Dallas. Currently, he is a frequent guest lecturer in the United States Air Force Academy’s School of Business. He has authored several articles for various academic and trade publications.