EDWARD (ED) V. WEBER
Edward (Ed) V. Weber has been involved with advanced computer technologies in the manufacturing, financial, grocery, retail, government, and promotional products industries for over 30 years. He is the president and owner of Weber Enterprises, Inc. a computer consulting firm. His company analyzes, designs, develops, and implements integrated systems to support all aspects of their client organizations.
Ed has taught coursework and has provided customized training in information systems, business management, team building, and motivational classes in association with Millikin University, Lindenwood University, East Central College, St. Louis Community College, Central Methodist University, and the Thomas Dunn Memorials Adult Education Foundation. Ed continues to promote the growth and prosperity of both companies and individuals through education, training, and the implementation of new skills. Ed is a Clinical Instructor of Information System with Millikin University in the Tabor School of Business. Ed also serves as a Co-Chair for the University Council on Inclusion and Equity (UCIE) for Millikin.
Ed has served in numerous community roles as a Board member of the Union Chamber of Commerce, Past-President for the East Central College Foundation, Past-President of the Union Rotary Club, a member and past Vice President of the Union Jaycees, former Alderman for the City of Union, Missouri, former member of the Two Rivers Cable Commission, and former President of the Union Public Facilities Authority.
Prior to chartering Weber Enterprises, Inc. in 1995, Ed has worked for and with a great number of companies including, Mercantile Bank, May Department Stores, Citicorp Mortgage, Planters Peanuts / LifeSavers Candies, Nabisco Foods, ASI Computer Systems, and ASI/EDI. He has lived and worked in St. Louis, MO, Winston-Salem, NC, Parsippany, NJ, Cedar Falls, IA, Union, MO, and Decatur, IL. He has award winning case studies, various articles and has been interviewed in trade magazines including "PC Today", "Forms Magazine", and "The Counselor". In 2018, he published his first textbook entitled "Spreadsheet Fundamentals" through Kendall-Hunt Publishing.
Ed received his Master of Science degree in Information Technology from Capella University, Minnesota in 2006. He graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BS in Psychology and a Minor in Computer Science from Central Methodist University, Missouri, in 2003.