Ricardo Resio, ’95, has served as president of
the CMU Alumni Association’s Great Lakes Bay
Region Chapter since 2006. Originally called
the Tri-Cities Chapter, Ricardo spearheaded an
initiative to change the chapter’s name in order
to include more cities.
Through his hard work and networking, he
has grown the list of active and involved area
alumni to more than 650, making it one of the
most active alumni chapters. During the 2009-
2010 academic year, he planned and executed
eight alumni chapter events with a combined
527 alumni in attendance.
In addition to his service with the alumni chapter, Ricardo is active in the CMU
College of Business Administration as well as the Honors Program. He is active
with the CBA Mentoring Program, CBA Dialog Days and the CBA and Great Lakes
Bay Region Scholarship golf outings. As a member of the inaugural Centralis
Scholarship class, Ricardo serves on the Honors Alumni Board.
Ricardo, who earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration, serves as
Principal of Human Resources at Rehmann. Ricardo holds the honor of being
the first associate of an ethnic minority descent to be promoted to Principal in
Rehmann’s history. He and his wife, Stephanie (’96), live in Saginaw with their
four children (Kasandra, Derek, Chase, and Rachel), and the Resio’s continue to
proudly support CMU and give back in any way they can.