Cordero Barkley and Corey King were named “Black Power 2020: Wisconsin’s 51 Most Influential Black Leaders” by madison365.com, recently.
Barkley is the director of finance and investments at Titletown Tech, an investment firm based in Green Bay. Formerly, he was an assistant vice president – fiduciary officer with Associated Bank Wealth Management, working with high net-worth individuals. He earned both his bachelor’s degree and his master’s from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, where he played Division I basketball from 2005-2009. Barkley was recognized by the Green Bay Chamber of Commerce as 2018 Future 15 recipient, as well as a recipient of the UW-Green Bay Distinguished Recent Alumni Award for 2018. He also currently serves on a number of boards in the Greater Green Bay community
King is the vice chancellor for Inclusivity & Student Affairs UW-Green Bay. King has over 27 years of collegiate experience in student affairs. Prior to his current position, he was the vice president for Enrollment Management & Student Financial Services at Bethune-Cookman University and the vice president for Student Affairs & Enrollment Management at Florida Atlantic University. During his time at FAU, King established the Urban Male Institute and the First Generation Student Success Center both of which focused on supporting the university’s first-generation minority students. King received a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from Florida State University as well as a Doctorate in Educational Administration & Leadership from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
See the series at madison365.com.