ERIE, Pa. — Steve Bugajski, chief information officer for U.S. Steel; Brad Postema, chief investment officer for Erie Insurance Group; and Dan Levstek, president of MDL International, have been named executives in residence (EIR) in the Black School of Business at Penn State Behrend.
Appointed by Greg Filbeck, director of the Black School of Business, to renewable one-year terms, executives in residence bring business and industry perspectives to the classroom environment, research projects and learning-by-doing experiences. The EIRs are involved in speaking engagements and guest lecturing. They also lead workshops, serve on advisory boards, judge business competition entries, sponsor class projects and mentor students.
The three leaders join Ann Scott, community outreach manager for Erie Insurance Group, as current EIRs in the Black School of Business.
In his position with U.S. Steel, Bugajski leads the company’s full global IT operation, including delivery of the corporation’s digital strategy and cybersecurity.
At Erie Insurance, Postema is responsible for all investment activity, including performance and risk on a portfolio that exceeds $18 billion.
With MDL International, Levstek has responsibility for direct profit and loss for commercial and supply operations worldwide.
For more information on the Executive in Residence program, visit behrend.psu.edu/business.