Daryl Wolking serves as the Vice President of Finance and Administration for the College. He is responsible for all accounting and financial reporting, financial services, A/P, student billing, and cash management, as well as supervising Human Resources. He works closely with the President, staff, and Board of Trustees to implement the budget, and he oversees the annual external audit. He also provides assessment of existing and proposed financial plans and policies to ensure good stewardship of resources.
Mr. Wolking brings with him 25 years of accounting experience in private industry. He has a B.S. degree in Accounting from Northern Kentucky University and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). In 1998 he served as the Treasurer for a U.S. Congressional Campaign.
As Vice President of Advancement, Tom Ziemnick oversees all of PHC’s fundraising, development, communications, and marketing efforts.
Mr. Ziemnick has spent the last twenty years in professional sales, management, and development positions, including the last six at Patrick Henry College. He became the Assistant Vice President of Advancement in 2008, and accepted the appointment as Vice President in 2013.
Mr. Ziemnick has many passions in life, including his love of aviation. He is a graduate of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, earning a B.S. in Professional Aeronautics, and Emery Aviation College, obtaining an A.O.S. Certificate in Aviation Technology. He began his professional career as a flight instructor for Emery Aviation College in Colorado. Airplanes and aviation are still important to him, but those passions have been supplanted by an unabashed love of Christ, his family, the education of his children, and the mission and vision of Patrick Henry College. Mr. Ziemnick and his wife, Nancy, learned about PHC when they met Mike Farris in 2003, just after they decided to homeschool their children. Living in California, they became convinced that PHC was the right place at the right time for this country.
Mr. Ziemnick grew up in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, so he’s proud to be a Yooper. In his spare time, if he’s not on the basketball or tennis court with some of the PHC students, he’s out enjoying the traditions of hunting and firearms he grew up with back home.
As the Director of Admissions, Mr. Allen directs recruitment and admissions strategies for the team of admissions counselors and Teen Leadership Camps. In his role as the Director of Communication, he manages and directs the College's internal and external communication.
Mr. Allen earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in English at Nyack College, and completed his Master's Degree at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, FL. He has several years of experience increasing tuition revenue in college-preparatory boarding schools. He enjoys creating engaging, true, and quality content that both accurately presents the ethos of Patrick Henry College to others and aids them in the college selection process. Mr. Allen is motivated by conversations with Christian families from across America seeking a quality, uncompromising, Christian education. He enjoys theology, playing the drums, writing in journals, meaningful music, meaningful conversation, meaningful films, mountain hiking, and creative, intentional family time.
Mr. Showalter provides leadership to both the Office of the Registrar and the Office of Institutional Effectiveness. He directs the research and assessment processes that support institutional planning, policy development, and accreditation. Additionally, he administers the academic and enrollment services that support the curriculum, faculty, and students.
Over the past 15 years, Mr. Showalter has worked in both public and private education at the elementary and post-secondary levels. His years of higher education experience include enrollment services, teaching, student development, academic administration, institutional research, student learning assessment, and institutional effectiveness.
He has presented at national conferences such as the annual meetings of the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools (SACS-COC), the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges & Schools (TRACS), and the American Association of Collegiate Registrars & Admissions Officers (AACRAO). His presentations and research interests include strategic planning, student development, student learning assessment, unit level effectiveness processes, academic program reviews and effectiveness processes, and academic coherence in the portability of credit. He has also written for AACRAO's College & University.
Mr. Showalter earned his M.Ed. from the College of William & Mary in Educational Leadership and his B.A. from Toccoa Falls College.
Frank Guliuzza (Ph.D., Notre Dame) is Dean of Academic Affairs and Professor of Government. He also serves as the College’s Pre-Law Advisor and coaches the College’s mock trial and moot court teams (the latter along with PHC Chancellor, Michael Farris).
He is the author of Over the Wall: Protecting Religious Expression in the Public Square (SUNY: 2000) and an author in, and the co-editor of, the book Before the Paper Chase: The Scholarship of Law School Preparation and Admissions (Carolina Academic Press: 2012, with Tim Garrison). He has published articles and reviews in a number of journals including The Marquette Law Review, The Drake Law Review, The Willamette Law Review, The Journal of Politics, The Review of Politics, PS, American Political Science Review, and Academe.
In his academic career, he has been recognized four times for "Outstanding Teaching in Political Science" by the American Political Science Association (2000, 2003, 2004, 2008). While at Weber State he was awarded The "Endowed Professor" in the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences, and in 2003-2004, he was presented with what is Weber State’s most prestigious faculty honor – The "John S. Hinckley" Award for excellence in teaching, service, and scholarship. He was the recipient of the Dello Dayton Award (2008) and the Congressman Neal Smith Award from the American Mock Trial Association (2008) for his exemplary contribution to law-related education. In 2003, he was selected by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education & Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as "Utah Professor of the Year." He has also been listed in Who’s Who in Teaching twice (2005, 2006), and was in Who’s Who in America (2011, 2013, 2014).
He is the current President of the American Collegiate Moot Court Association (ACMA), and is a past President of the Western Association of Pre-Law Advisors (2001-2007) and the Pre-Law Advisors’ National Council (2007-2009). Further, is he on the Executive Committee of the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA). As of 2013 he had coached 22 teams into national/championship competition in intercollegiate mock trial. Furthermore, his students captured championships at four AMTA regional tournaments and at four invitational tournaments, and he is the co-coach of five ACMA national championship moot court teams (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013).
A licensed minister, he has spoken in several churches throughout the United States and has pastored at Victory Baptist Chapel (Three Oaks, MI); Calvary Baptist Church (Ogden, UT); First Baptist Church (Brigham City, UT); and Mountain View Baptist Church (Layton, UT). In 2000, he ran for the United States Senate and, in August 2001, was elected Vice Chairman of the Utah Republican Party. His wife of 30 years, the former Kathy Spaulding, died in 2012, and he is the “Dad” of Matthew Williamson and the late Timothy Stoddard.
As the Dean of Students, Sandra Corbitt is Patrick Henry College's representative in non-academic, student life matters. She works with students, parents, faculty, administration, staff, and the community to ensure that the whole of each student's collegiate experience is successful and fulfilling. The Dean of Students is responsible for advising students on non-academic policy and procedure. Dean Corbitt oversees the work of the Offices of Student Life and Residence Life.
Sandra Corbitt is a graduate of Ohio State University. She served for 19 years with Campus Crusade for Christ in a variety of positions and locations. Before coming to Patrick Henry College she served for 3 years with The Christian Union in Princeton, New Jersey. She lives in Ashburn, Virginia.