Bob Jensen, ’80, has been named interim Alumni Director, succeeding David Tromanhauser, ’80, who resigned recently.
Bob Jensen Vice President for Advancement Blake Hudson, in announcing the appointment, said, “We are delighted that Bob has agreed to take on this added responsibility. Bob has a long, deep commitment to Bryan College, and his willingness to step up in this way will help strengthen alumni ties to the college.”
Mr. Jensen joined the college staff in July as associate director of career services, following a career in law enforcement that included 20 years with the U.S. Secret Service. He is the son of the late Dr. Irving L. Jensen, long-time Bible professor at Bryan and author of numerous study guides and commentaries on the Bible.
“I’ve enjoyed working with students, connecting them with alumni and others as they transition to new job and internship opportunities,” Mr. Jensen said. “My goal during this interim period is to continue to strengthen the ties between students and alumni.”
“The mission of the college is to equip students to serve Christ to make a difference in the world. That’s a mission I believe in, and I think Bryan alumni believe that as well. I want to help maintain that focus while Bryan seeks a permanent replacement for David, a friend of mine who has left a significant imprint on the Bryan community. I just want to be where God wants me to be.”