40 under 40 — Aaron Ronksley

Beta Tau, 2007 — Recognized in: 2020

Photo of Aaron Ronksley.Aaron Ronksley is a Manager of Business Partner Support and Analytics at Comcast Cable Corporation in Philadelphia, PA. Within the Technology Product & Xperience organization, Aaron oversees and manages the data and analytics around the 70 million annual customer interactions that are outsourced to 14 different business partners around the globe.

Aaron spent 5 years consulting in telecommunications, enterprise recycling, environmental health and safety, and fleet operations prior to joining Comcast Cable Corporation as an employee. His consulting work involved implementing an Enterprise Recycling Program, inspecting compliance of safety and disposal practices, and overhauling a fleet operations program. Some of his consulting work allowed Aaron to travel across the United States and visit various Zetes across the country. Aaron’s connections within Zeta Psi led him to consulting after leaving the Navy.

A veteran of the United States Navy, Aaron served aboard the USS Reuben James (FFG-57) as the Electrical Officer and the USS Chafee (DDG-90) as the Training Officer. Both ships were home ported out of Pearl Harbor, HI. As part of his training, Aaron completed Surface Warfare Officer School (SWOS) training in Newport, RI and AEGIS Weapon Defense training in Dahlgren, VA. Aaron completed multiple deployments to the Western Pacific Ocean supporting peace keeping missions and exercises with US allies. He has spent time in 9 different countries in the Western Pacific Region, as far north as Japan and as far south as Australia.

Aaron is a current board member of the Zeta Psi Fraternity, where he is the chair of the recently formed Health & Safety Committee (formerly known as the Risk Management Committee). He is the past Vice President of Zete Kids and is a past board member of the Zeta Psi Association of Tulane (the Beta Tau Elder association).

A 2007 graduate of Tulane University, Aaron earned a Bachelor of Economics and chaired alumni development efforts for the Beta Tau Chapter. He led the effort to reconnect with over 50 alumni that the chapter had lost contact with over previous years. His advice to upcoming graduates would be to maintain relationships with your fellow chapter members, some of these may result in a job offer at some point.

Aaron is a past president of the Tulane Alumni Club of Pittsburgh and the current co-president of the Tulane Alumni Club of Philadelphia. He has hosted multiple crawfish boils as part of his duties.

He lives with his fiancée Abby, a marketing manager at an Architecture firm, in the Washington Square West neighborhood of Philadelphia. Outside of his work and service commitments, you’ll find likely find him training for a running marathon (he’s completed 9), skiing, or just traveling around the world.

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