Distinguished Alumnus: Todd L. Bisio (’94)
Todd Bisio has become a recognized business and community leader here in the state of New Mexico. He has been a founding contributor to two small business start-up companies in Albuquerque, and is extremely interested in the growth and sustainment of the local economy and the community in general. He received his B.A. in Business Administration & Financial Management at New Mexico State University in 1994, and was a graduate of the Entrepreneurial Leadership Excelerator (ELE) Program in 2005. Bisio has received various awards, honors and invitations to speak on panels in topics ranging from business management to spiritual wellness training to coping with life changing adversity.
Bisio retains executive management positions in both of the entrepreneurial ventures that he has helped to develop over the last 10 years. Specifically, he has been the president, treasurer and a board member for Qynergy Corporation since April 2006. Qynergy is an Albuquerque-based high tech development company focused on power and energy and radiation detection technologies for U.S. defense applications.
In May of this year, Bisio also became the Chief Financial Officer of the Wave Wellness Network, a New Mexico 501(c)(3) public charity which enables people to volunteer their time, talent and treasure into the community to gain access to low-cost proactive, preventive direct primary care relationships with primary care physicians. The vision for the WWN is to grow this “Volunteer Community” so people will be able to access trustworthy competent mentoring relationships in the areas of economic development, healthcare and education.
Bisio has seved on various boards and other leadership committees over the last several years. He currently sits on the National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society, Rio Grande Office Leadership Council. After being diagnosed with MS in 2006, he made a very personal and spiritual commitment to serve the community of those living with MS. He has attended the National Public Policy Conference in Washington D.C. and has been a distinguished speaker for regional MS meetings.
His other community activities include being the Elder of Group Life for Sandia Presbyterian Church (SPC) and a member of the SPC Pastor Nominating Committee, a member of the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce, and a member of the North I-25 Association.
Bisio has been married to his wife, Allison since July 2001. They have two children, Jaden and Avery.