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Mike Casullo

Building Careers and Community

Technology changes by the minute — there’s a good chance something will already be obsolete by the time you get to the end of this paragraph. Mike Casullo knows that well. During the past 30-plus years, he has served as CTO at several global tech companies, worked in Europe and Latin America, and is now the co-founder of Revtelligence, a startup working to drive revenue and minimize risk for businesses.

He’s also a proud Regis alumnus who credits the school with helping move his career forward while he was juggling professional and family responsibilities.

Mike Casullo

Professors Who Go Above and Beyond

A core part of Mike’s Regis experience was interacting with the faculty, who he says go above and beyond to ensure students are on the right track and have all their questions answered. Among his most memorable experiences was a human resources course. “At the time, I was new in a director role, running network operations and engineering, and I had a work presentation due. My professor asked me to bring in my presentation for him to take a look at one night after class. He advised me on some changes, then had me bring it back in next week. I needed help, I didn't know where to go and he was able to help me. He even told me the questions I'd be asked and how to answer those questions. He stayed late, after 10 p.m., even when he had an hour drive back home. He made the biggest impression on me throughout my time with Regis, and I've done the same for others."

Mike Casullo

Juggling Life Responsibilities

Mike’s Regis experience made him feel eternally grateful. Between the caring professors, the Denver location, and his ability to maintain a flexible schedule, he couldn’t imagine being at any other school.

"Attending school in Denver meant a lot. I moved here to find a job and start a career, eventually got married, had kids, but it was very important to me to attend school in Colorado and I was lucky to find Regis. Regis made it very easy for a working adult like myself with two kids to attend school. It was very easy to get to class after work. It was a lot — I remember driving home one time from school, and I said to myself, ‘man, I wish there were more than 24 hours in the day’ — but I enjoyed it. And I found out I had a classmate who was a single mom taking twice as many classes as I was, so I didn’t feel too sorry for myself after that."

The value of Regis didn't hit Mike until after he graduated. He realized how important it was to him personally and to his career, and now, he feels fortunate to serve on the advisory board at Regis.

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