Bringing together best practices, people, processes and platforms.
President & CEO
Mike Glubke is the founder, CEO and President of Dynamic Campus.
Over his long career working with institutions of higher learning, Mike realized that one of the challenges most college and university leaders face is that their technology solutions providers seem more interested in selling them software or hardware than they are interested in helping them solve their problems.
Dynamic Campus was born from the realization that higher education needed a technology advocate focused on their needs, their interests and their satisfaction. This remains the company’s focus today.
Mike has extensive experience in providing technology solutions for higher education. Prior to founding Dynamic Campus, he served as vice president at Jenzabar, an administrative software firm dedicated to the higher education marketplace.
Prior to that, he served several senior executive roles at CARS Information Systems, where he was responsible for leading the product development, product marketing and sales divisions.
Mike has also held technology-related positions at Kalamazoo College, Wayne State University and Kalamazoo Valley Community College.
Mike earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Western Michigan University.
Senior Vice President
As Senior Vice President, Andrea leads Dynamic Campus’ operations and is continually implementing programs to improve our services and provide our teams with professional development opportunities.
With a passion for developing best-in-class services that help our staff and clients become more efficient and effective, Andrea actively engages with our bench of technology and functional experts to ensure Dynamic Campus consistently outperforms our clients’ expectations.
Prior to joining Dynamic Campus, Andrea served as the Director of Student Services for Rasmussen College, where she led the team for all student support services, with a special focus on student retention.
Andrea also served as the Director of User Services for higher education technology provider Collegis, where she developed and deployed the Central Help Desk for the company’s client base. She also led user services activities at the University of Central Florida for more than 10 years.
Andrea holds a Bachelor of Science in Vocational Education and Industry Training from the University of Central Florida.
Senior Vice President
Richard Middaugh, Senior Vice President at Dynamic Campus, offers customers an unwavering commitment to finding technology solutions that fit.
During his tenure with the company, he has personally helped more than 30 higher education institutions select and successfully deploy technology solutions.
Before joining Dynamic Campus, Richard was the President of technology solution provider NBH Solutions, and his successes there include Banner project management and supervision at the University of the Virgin Islands, the design of a state-wide longitudinal data system for the Governor’s P-16 Council of New Hampshire, and a state-wide IPEDS reporting system and Cognos business intelligence solution for the Board of Higher Education, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Richard also served as Area Vice President at Jenzabar, a leading technology provider for higher education, as well as General Manager for National Sales Support at Collegis, a technology management firm also focused on higher education.
Earlier in his career, Richard was Chief Information Officer at Daytona Beach Community College.
Richard holds a Master of Arts in Education and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of South Florida, and an Associate of Arts from Hillsborough Community College.
Vice President, Services
Robert Wheeler serves as Vice President of Services with Dynamic Campus. In this role, Robert draws on more than 25 years of higher education experience to ensure that our partner institutions receive the exact blend of skills and support they need to tackle their toughest challenges.
Robert is responsible for mentoring Dynamic Campus’s CIOs and senior IT leaders, as well as fostering an environment that enables our teams to be successful in supporting the institutions that they serve.
Robert also serves as a trusted strategic advisor to the senior leaders of our partner institutions, identifying continuous improvement opportunities and innovative initiatives that enable colleges and universities to do more with less and achieve their strategic goals.
To complete these duties, Robert relies on his deep experience as an IT leader in higher education, including serving as the CIO for the University of Mary; General Manager managing multiple client site engagements for a higher education managed service provider; supporting more than 40 colleges and universities across North and South America for a strategic services vendor; and serving as the CIO at Delta College in Bay City, Michigan.
Robert holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronic Engineering from the Ohio Institute of Technology.
Vice President, Client Development
Jody Glubke serves as Vice President of Client Development at Dynamic Campus, working directly with higher education leaders to continually align Dynamic Campus services with the changing needs of the higher education technology marketplace.
Jody’s entire career has been spent in higher education, blending the best of what’s new in technology with the best of what works in human behavior to deliver the results four-year and two-year institutions are looking for.
She draws on her extensive background in student services—including all aspects of advising, enrollment and recruiting—to help clients optimize the on- and off-campus experience for students, faculty, staff and other stakeholders alike.
Dynamic Campus clients rely on Jody’s expertise and experience to measure satisfaction across the institution, then develop and execute strategies to address areas of underperformance.
Jody also works with institutional leaders to evaluate the ease-of-use and overall efficiency and effectiveness of an institution’s IT investments, identifying and pursuing optimization opportunities.
Before joining Dynamic Campus, Jody was an Account Executive for higher education technology firms Jenzabar and SCT.
Prior to that she served several roles in student services, special programs and academic advisement at Phoenix College in Arizona.
Jody holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the University of Southern California where, as a student, she worked in the Alumni Relations and Development office.
Dr. David Hunter
David Hunter serves as a General Manager with Dynamic Campus. In his role, David draws on 20 years of high tech and information technology (IT) experience, focusing on higher education since 2008.
David leverages his background in engineering, technology, higher education, and customer service to provide extraordinary value and leadership to Dynamic Campus clients.
David is responsible for supporting our service delivery at multiple partner institutions. His efforts help foster the creation of a collaborative culture, the development of high performing IT teams, and overall customer success.
David leverages his experience as an IT leader in higher education to fulfill his job responsibilities. This experience includes serving as CIO at College of Western Idaho and a Technology Leader at Brown Mackie College.
By building relationships with senior leaders at our partner institutions, David becomes a trusted technical advisor who drives innovation while leveraging continuous improvement opportunities, resulting in increased efficiency and achieving the college’s strategic goals.
David holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Auburn University where he researched and published on intelligent networks.
In her role as Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships, Sheila applies more than 25 years of higher education leadership and experience to ensure that two- and four-year colleges and universities get the exact IT, strategic and tactical support they need from Dynamic Campus.
She also works with institutional leaders to evaluate the ease-of-use and overall efficiency and effectiveness of an institution’s IT investments, identifying and pursuing optimization opportunities.
In her prior roles in higher education, Sheila was primarily responsible for developing systems and processes that successfully identified and addressed areas of opportunity related to alumni relations, recruiting, advising, financial aid and career services.
Sheila also has deep expertise in the areas of admissions, stakeholder relations and private sector partnership development that benefit the employer, alumni and institution alike.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from California State University, Chico, where as a student she worked as a college ambassador for new students.