Wimer Alberto is an educator, higher education professional, speaker and aspiring legal scholar with 7 years of full time, progressive experience. Wimer has worked in public and private institutions with total enrollment numbers that range from 2,000 to 82,000. He currently serves as the Assistant Director for Guest and Conference Services for University Housing at Arizona State University, where he directs all aspects of both the guest housing program and conference housing program at the largest institution of higher education in the United States. In addition to his professional role, Wimer is also a Master of Legal Studies candidate at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, the nation’s 25th ranked law school according to US News and World Report.
Wimer has 7 years of full time progressive experience in residential education, facilities management, staff recruitment, student development, student conduct adjudication, housing operations and leadership development. He holds regional and national leadership positions in higher education and is currently serving a three year term on the ACPA Directorate for the Commission for Student Conduct and Legal Issues. He also currently serves as the Director for Communications for the ACUHO-I Professionals of Color Network Leadership Team.
Wimer conducts research on higher education law and public policy on topics including, but not limited to: the Fair Housing Act, copyright law, trademark law and intellectual property issues in higher education.
MLS – The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University (anticipated May 2017)
MS – Student Affairs Administration, Binghamton University, Magna Cum Laude
BA – Sociology, Binghamton University