Former student manager Ken Haffey served two terms on the Monogram Club Board ('97-'99, '00-'03) before assuming his current position as the Club's Treasurer in 2003. He is a CPA and has been a Partner with Cleveland-based Skoda, Minotti & Co., CPA's, since 1994. Haffey is also an Adjunct Professor of Accounting at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio since 1990.
Haffey - originally from the Cleveland suburb of Mayfield Village - graduated from Notre Dame in 1978 with a degree in Accounting, after serving as the Senior Football Equipment Manager during the 1977 national championship season. He received a Masters of Business Administration from DePaul University in 1983 and has been a CPA
for over 25 years, including eight years with Ernst & Young ('78-'86, in Cleveland and Chicago), a stint as VP of Mergers and Acquisitions with Chicago-based Republic Bank ('86-'88) and six years as the bank's CFO at Security Federal in Cleveland ('88-'94).
He also served as an adjunct professor for six years at both Northwestern and DePaul Universities.
Haffey was born on March 18, 1956, in Cleveland, Ohio and attended St. Joseph High School, where he was the head manager and trainer for the football and basketball teams. He served as Treasurer of the Notre Dame Club of Cleveland from '92-'03 and currently serves on the Boards of the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation as its Audit Committee Chairman and as a member of the Accounting Advisory Board of the Schools of Accountancy of Notre Dame, Case Western Reserve & Kent State Universities.
He and his wife Elizabeth were married in 1990. The couple resides in Chesterland, Ohio, with their daughter, Oona Li, and son, Jack.