Honors Program Alumni
Aaron Schaub, Class of '96, Chair-elect 2008-2009 Honors Alumni Society Executive Board, Trustee 2007-2008 Honors Alumni Society Executive Board
Aaron Schaub received his Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies in 1996 from BGSU. While at BGSU he was an active member of the Honors Student Association and also participated in the ROTC scholarship program. He currently lives and works in Columbus, Ohio as an Information Security Manager for State Auto Insurance. Aaron has earned his Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) credential, and is proud of this significant accomplishment. Aaron has not always been an Information Security Manager, and in fact was a Captain in the United States Army Signal Corps. While in the Army he lived in Tokyo, Japan for three years and has also visited Germany, India, Jamaica, and Mexico. Aaron is a proud father to a three year old daughter, Cate, and has a wonderful wife, Kristen. He has participated in the Columbus Marathon and also competed in sprint distance triathlons. When not busy working or running triathlons Aaron enjoys photography, cooking, travel, and learning.
Degree earned at BGSU: B.A., International Studies
BGSU Involvement: Participated in the Honors Student Association and a ROTC scholarship student.
Hometown: Wapakoneta, OH
Currently reside: Columbus, OH
Current Occupation: Information Security Manger, State Auto Insurance
Other occupations: Captain, U.S. Army Signal Corps
Significant Accomplishments: I have a great daughter, Cate, who is three and a wonderful wife, Kristin, whose age shall remain confidential. I've run the Columbus Marathon and competed in sprint distance triathlons. I have earned my Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) credential
Interests and Hobbies: I enjoy photography, cooking, travel, and learning
Fond Memories of BGSU Honors: All of my truly close friends were members of the Honors Program. Just about every memory of college I have involves the friends I made through the Honors Program. These people all had a tremendous impact on my life and I am still in touch with most of them on a regular basis. This includes my wife, who I see on a daily basis.
Impact of BGSU Honors Program on your life: The Honors Program had an enormous impact on my life. It and ROTC were the two primary extracurricular and social organizations of my college career. Just about every significant event in college involved one of these two organizations, if not both.
Additional Info: I lived in Tokyo, Japan for three years while I was in the Army. I joined a start up in 2000 and left in 2004 on my own terms after having been acquired three times. I have experienced a full-scale outsourcing and somehow kept my job. In addition to Japan, I've also visited Germany, India, Jamaica, and Mexico.
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