He’s an advocate for Oneidas, education, UW-Green Bay
When the UW System Board of Regents met on campus in 2006, William Gollnick addressed the group on the regional importance of affordable, accessible and top-quality higher education.
Gollnick should know. Following his graduation from UW-Green Bay, he continued his education at Harvard University where he received a master's degree in Educational Administration, Planning and Social Policy. He has served in various administrative positions with the Oneida Tribe of Indians for more than 30 years. His lengthy record of public service includes a presidential appointment as vice chairperson of the National Advisory Council on Indian Education and service as a consultant to the White House Conference on Indian Education.