Co-Founder, Vice President, Campus Relations
When Campus Labs was created as StudentVoice in 2001, co-founder Michael Weisman had no inkling about the impact it would have on higher education administration. What started out as a simple way to collect student feedback is today an enterprise software platform offering a complete set of data-driven solutions. And Michael has been there since day one. As Vice President of Campus Relations, he feeds his curiosity about higher ed and his passion for impeccable client service by visiting campuses, talking to administrators, and learning about their unique challenges. He remains committed to helping colleges and universities find the solutions that can best serve students.
After graduating from Binghamton University in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science in Anthropology, Michael went on to earn his Master of Business Administration from the State University of New York at Buffalo. In 2001, he shared the honor of being the first recipient of the Henry Panasci Technology Entrepreneur Award with Campus Labs co-founder, Eric Reich. In 2013, he and Eric also shared the George W. Thorn Award, given by the UB Alumni Association in honor of their professional achievements. An enthusiastic mentor for aspiring entrepreneurs, Michael has judged the annual Panasci Tech competition and the Buffalo Startup Weekend. His other community engagements include volunteering as a mentor for Junior Achievement and serving on the board of the Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo. He is a 2012 Business First 40 Under 40 honoree and a former executive board member for InfoTech Niagara.