Garry Moïse is a two-time graduate of Marian University, and earned his Master of Science in Organizational Leadership and Quality and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with majors in Marketing and General Management. In addition, Moïse earned an Associate’s Degree in Quality Management from Fox Valley Technical College
With UBMS, Moïse works to help local high school students recognize that a post-secondary education really matters. Moïse’s ultimate goal is to assist them in getting the essential preparation to continue their education and eventually begin their journey to a successful and productive professional career.
Prior to serving as the director of the UBMS program, Moïse worked for Marian University’s McNair Scholars Program for five academic years. During that time, he planned and organized recruitment activities, graduate school visits, research presentations, along with many other marketing initiatives. In addition, he contributed to grant writing processes, prepared annual budgets, developed financial reports, and disseminated program news and information to both internal and external community members.
Moïse’s previous professional experiences also include multi-lingual sales and customer support, personal selling, as well as production/quality control management. Additionally, he has always enjoyed the opportunity to mentor young people, and has worked as a Church youth director, community youth advisor, vocal group leader, and foreign language instructor.
Moïse is a fluent speaker of Haitian Creole, French, and English.
Though originally from Fermathe, Haiti, Moïse lives in Fond du Lac with his wife, Claudia, and their son, Phillip.