Bernardoni inducted into ISU hall

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Brian Bernardoni has been inducted into the Illinois State University Steve and Sandi Adams Hall of Fame.

A resident of the village of Justice and president of the Roberts Park Fire Protection District, Bernardoni was recognized for enhancing the quality of life on campus as an undergrad, grad student and beyond.

While earning his bachelor’s degree at ISU, Bernardoni served as Fell Hall Community Council president, Student Body student advocacy director and vice president, and co-chair of the Senior Challenge. A president of Delta Sigma Phi, he was named Greek Man of the Year. He also served as a human relations commissioner for Bloomington-Normal.

Bernardoni later returned to ISU for graduate school, during which time he was a  member of the Academic Senate and president of Pi Sigma Alpha. An alumni of the Department of Politics and Government, he currently serves on the College of Arts and Science Chicago Advisory Board.

Bernardoni recently founded Aurelius Public Affairs after working for decades as a political consultant and trade association lobbyist and executive. He has been recognized by several organizations, including the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, FBI, city of Chicago, Chicago Police Department, Cook County and numerous business groups. In 2017, the Chicago Association of Realtors created the Brian A. Bernardoni Political Advocacy Award in his honor.

An award-winning baseball historian, he has contributed to dozens of books, films and articles. His efforts to preserve Wrigley Field earned him a 2016 Chicago Cubs World Series ring.


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