UW-Green Bay alumna Lynn Zettel ’73 (business administration/managerial systems) plays a large role in the Green Bay community. Zettel has always been very involved with the Green Bay community. She was a former business owner, owning Safeguard Business Systems and Decorators Outlet, and worked with the nonprofit Curative Rehabilitation Center (now Curative Connections). Now, she works part time for RelyCo Inc., serves as an auxiliary member to the Beja Shriners Green Bay, volunteers with the YMCA Women’s Career Closet and she is a volunteer ambassador with the Greater Green Bay Chamber. Her work for the community is done with the goal of helping the community flourish. She was recently featured in The Business News.
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