Robert William Reuschlein Edit Profile
Won awards in Math, Math and Science, and Art.
Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Sigma, Eta Kappa Nu, Beta Alpha Psi
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, University Wisconsin, 1972; Master of Business Administration, CPA qualified Accounting, Oregon State University, 1977. CPA 1993 to present. Doctorate in Educational Leadership, Edgewood College, Madison, WI, 2009
Surveyor and draftsman Central Wisconsin Builders, Madison, 1971-1972; estimator Dyson Construction, 1972; public accountant Earl V. Reuschlein & Associates, 1973-1974; management intern Portland (Oregon) General Electrical, 1976; controller Doorcraft, Incorporated, Harrisburg, Oregon, 1977-1979; public accountant C.F. Rogers Certified Public Accountant, Eugene, 1980; lobbyist Democratic Party of Oregon, Salem, 1981-1985; researcher Earlwal, Limited, Eugene, 1986-1993, accountant, president Madison, Wisconsin, since 1993; Member Citizen Involvement Committee, City of Springfield, Oregon, 1979; founding director Neighborhood Economic Development Corporation, Eugene, 1979-1981; director Eugene Peace Works, 1991-1993; delegate Hague Appeals for Peace, 1999; president One Hour Cleaners, Incorporated, since 1999; general manager Jomblee, Incorporated, Madison, 1995-1996, controller, since 1997, president, since 1998; instructor peace economics University Oregon, 1987, 89; professor University of the Air, Radio for Peace International, Costa Rica, 1997-1998; lecturer Economic Conversion Conference, Miami, Florida, 1990. Author: Peace Economics, 1986, Strength Through Peace, 1989, Real Economy, 1999; columnist Peace Economics in Oregon Peace Worker, 1989-1997; developer Natural Global Warming Theory, 1991. World Federalist (1998-2002 five presentations at national meeting) and chapter president Citizens for Global Solutions (1992-2006). Wisconsin Interfaith Climate Change Campaign (1999-2002). Madison Area Peace Coalition (2001-2005, coordinating committee 2004-2005). The Madison Institute (1994-2006, six presentations).
April, 1997 - 2004Radio for Peace International , Professor of Peace Economics , Weather, Wealth, and Wars