A jack-of-all-trades. That’s how Jason Antczak describes his career path since graduating (twice) from the Haworth College of Business, earning both his bachelor's and master's in accounting. While attending WMU, Antczak honorably served in the United States Marine Corps Reserves as an infantry rifleman, including a deployment to Afghanistan from 2017 to 2018. He was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for superior performance of duties as an infantry squad leader in combat conditions.
A certified internal auditor and certified information systems auditor, Antczak has worked at the State of Michigan as an internal auditor and accountant since 2015. His analytics acuity earned him recognition for outstanding fieldwork as a risk advisor to Flint during the city’s water crisis.
Antczak is currently a senior accountant on a team charged with managing the state’s multi-billion-dollar Medicaid grant, as well as additional public health and safety grants.