UW-Green Bay’s Manske makes Alice in Dairyland finals
Six women including a UW-Green Bay student have been announced as finalists for a grand Wisconsin tradition, as they seek to become the sixty-fifth Alice in Dairyland. The position is a full-time public relations position for a one-year term with the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection. Amy Manske will graduate this May in Communication with an emphasis in journalism and public relations and a minor in Business Administration. She grew up on her family’s dairy farm in New London. The selection process concludes May 17-19 in Grant County with individual interviews, a writing exercise, media interviews, an impromptu question and answer session, an agribusiness tour talk and a finale speech.
More on the finalists.
More on the “Alice” tradition and its role in promoting Wisconsin’s $60 billion per year agriculture industry.