Club Officers




President - Olivia Feldpausch

Olivia is a 2015 graduate from Michigan State University, where she completed ROTC and earned an Air Force commission as an Acquisition Officer. Her first assignment led her to Offutt AFB, NE, where she worked for the United States Strategic Command as a Program Manager on the nation's nuclear war planning system. In 2017, Olivia was selected to pursue her advanced academic degree as an active duty officer. She selected the Notre Dame MBA program for its core values, which align with those of the Air Force: integrity first, service before self and excellence in all we do. Upon graduation, Olivia will return to the Air Force and eventually serve as an instructor at the United States Air Force Academy in their Department of Management.


Vice President - Kyle Devlin


 Originally from Chico, CA, Kyle graduated from the University of California Santa Barbara in 2014 earning a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics. After graduating, he attended Officer Candidate School at the United States Coast Guard Academy and earned a commission as an Ensign.

Kyle served on USCGC RUSH and USCGC SHERMAN in Honolulu, HI supporting search and rescue, counter-drug, and living marine resource missions. His next assignment was as a port engineer in Seattle, WA where he performed planned maintenance on Coast Guard Cutters throughout the United States. In 2018, he transitioned to the USCG Reserves to pursue his MBA at Notre Dame.


Treasurer - Scott Mathis 


Scott chose Notre Dame for his MBA because of the strong veteran community and extensive alumni network. He is pursuing a concentration in Finance and Investments.Scott grew up in Crystal Lake, IL and graduated from the US Air Force Academy (2012) with a Bachelor of Sciences in Management. As an Acquisitions Officer, Scott has held program management positions that supported legacy tanker modernization efforts as well as the development of a new Combat Search and Rescue helicopter fleet. He will return to the Air Force as a Management Instructor at the USAF Academy after completing his MBA.


Secretary - John Hawekotte

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Originally from Fullerton, CA, John enlisted in the Air Force in 2005. During his enlistment, he deployed in 2006 in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and in 2008 with teams supporting the POTUS and providing Air Force One security. After separating from the Air Force, John earned his B.A. in Business from California State University, Fullerton and spent several years working in finance and wealth management. 

John chose Notre Dame because of the strong alumni network and commitment to ethics He is pursuing a concentration in Finance and Strategy and will graduate in 2020.


Chairman of Veteran Engagement - Dan Weissenhofer


Dan chose to come to Notre Dame because of the commitment to values, strong veteran's community, and the international network of top-notch individuals. He plans to concentrate in Strategy and Leadership and will graduate in May 2020. .Dan, originally from Naperville IL, graduated from the United States Air Force Academy in 2015 and is currently an Active Duty Officer. His first tour was as an Acquisitions Program Manager in the GPS Directorate at Los Angeles Air Force Base, and He will go back to teach in the Management Department at the Air Force Academy upon graduating from Mendoza.


Chairman of Internal Relations - TJ Rosetti

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TJ Rosetti is from Cortland, New York. He attended his St. Bonaventure University where he commissioned through the ROTC program as an Artillery Officer in the US Army. In 2013, TJ deployed to Afghanistan with the 1st Cavalry Division in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Upon promotion to Captain, TJ transitioned to Military Intelligence and became a Special Agent of Counterintelligence in support of operations against foreign intelligence agencies and international terrorist organizations. He received his Masters in Organization and Business Security Program Management in 2017 and exited the Army in 2018.  

TJ chose to attend the Mendoza College of Business, because of the strong veteran presence/support, and the emphasis the program places on ethics and community involvement.


Chairman of External Relations - Jacob Dillon


Originally from Northern Virginia, Jacob enlisted in the Marine Corps in 2010. He spent a majority of his five years in the Marines stationed in Camp Pendleton, California as a ground communication specialist with Bravo Co. 1st Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion. Jacob deployed once as a part of BLT ¼ on the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit. In 2015 he left the Marines to attend Bowling Green State University in Ohio where he graduated with a B.S.B.A.


It had always been a dream of Jacob’s to attend Notre Dame. He jumped at the opportunity after attending the Vets preview day hosted by the Military Vets Club. He hopes to use his MBA to combine his leadership experience and business knowledge to further his career.


Chairman of Community Outreach - Daniel Noonan


Daniel grew up in Charlottesville, VA and attended the US Merchant Marine Academy, where he graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Marine Engineering Systems. During his time at the academy, he assisted with delivering supplies overseas for Operation Enduring Freedom. Upon graduation, he received a commission as an Ensign in the Naval Reserves and a Coast Guard license as a Third Assistant Engineer. 

Daniel chose Notre Dame for his MBA due to the emphasis on values and ethics, in addition to the small class size.