She grew up just across town, but she wouldn’t change the college experience in her hometown for the world. Bay Port graduate Tanya Niemi tells about meeting her potential, her internship with the Green Bay Packers, and her #uwgblove for this place.
UW-Green Bay alumnus (’12) and veteran Bryan Anker talks about his transformation — a reinvigoration — he credits to UW-Green Bay. Anker is a district manager for world-wide snack company Mondelēz International, Inc. and is a United States Marine Corps veteran. He enrolled at UW-Green Bay in hopes of completing his bachelor’s degree to give himself an edge as he advances in his career.
While explaining his excitement at earning a degree, Anker says, “It can never be taken away. Once you’ve earned that degree it is yours for a lifetime…”
Cross country coach and academic coordinator for Green Bay Athletics Mike Kline says he has never worked a day in his life. “That’s because I have the best job in the world… When my alarm goes off at 4:26 every morning, I look forward to going to work, and when you look forward to going to work, life is pretty, pretty good.” Hear more from Kline — how he personally experienced the transforming power of a UW-Green Bay degree, and how it has shaped him to be a positive influence to those around him.
Enjoy the first of many “Phoenix Tales” spotlight videos:
Produced by the Office of Marketing and University Communication; Dan Moore, Videographer.