LGBTQ students in the Green Bay Campus Pride Center

UW-Green Bay expands LGBTQ+ services to Manitowoc and Sheboygan Campuses

Services are made possible by generous funding support from the LaForce Family Foundation

Green Bay, Wis.— The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is announcing the expansion of its Campus Pride Center—currently located at the Green Bay Campus and the Community LGBT Center at Marinette, to both its Manitowoc and Sheboygan Campus locations.

The Manitowoc and Sheboygan Campuses are opening Pride (LGBTQ+) Centers that will be staffed by interns 10 hours per week. The staffing of the interns is made possible by generous funding support from the LaForce Family Foundation. Pride Center interns will provide social support and resources for LGBTQ+ students, their families and allies, and will collaborate with local LGBTQ+ community organizations on Pride events and initiatives.

“The ability to bring such a resource to our campus is a collaboration between our Green Bay Campus Pride Center, community organizations and the generosity of the LaForce Family Foundation,” said Manitowoc and Sheboygan Campus CEO Jamie Schramm. “Community collaboration is an important aspect of any successful modern university. Our faculty member Thomas Campbell was engaged with local community organizations and asked the question, ‘Is this possible?’ It was imperative for those of us in leadership positions to remove any roadblocks to this initiative and ensure our campuses and communities represent a diverse and wide-ranging set of perspectives.”

In addition, the Pride Center will place an intern 10 hours a week at the Kress Center on the Green Bay Campus. The focus of this internship is to develop the new LGBTQ+ student-athlete ally group which provides support, resources and events centered on student-athletes.

UW-Green Bay leaders anticipate that the expansion of services will fill a community need, based on its tremendous response in Marinette and Green Bay.

“Since its opening in 2017, the Marinette Campus Community LGBT Center has been working to enhance and sustain the lives of LGBT people in our community through resources, support, information and a safe and inclusive space,” said Marinette Campus CEO Cindy Bailey. “We are the only community resource center available to serve Marinette, Menominee and Oconto Counties, and during our short time, we have seen a large number of individuals and family members come through our doors and attend our events to find themselves accepted and part of a greater community.”

Each of these interns will help with SAFE Ally training, social support groups, classroom and community education, and leadership within the Pride Center youth camps that occur year-round.

The Pride Center is currently in the process of interviewing students for the eight La Force Foundation intern positions. Interns have been selected for the Sheboygan and Kress locations. Students who are interested in applying should contact Stacie Christian, Ph.D. at christis@uwgb.edu.

About UW-Green Bay
Established in 1965, UW-Green Bay is a public institution serving 8,970 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students and 95,000 continuing education learners each year. We educate students from pre-college through retirement and offer 200+ degrees, programs and certificates. UW-Green Bay graduates are resilient, inclusive, sustaining and engaged members of their communities, ready to rise to fearlessly face challenges, solve problems and embrace diverse ideas and people. With four campus locations, the University welcomes students from every corner of the world. In 2020, UW-Green Bay was the fastest-growing UW school in Wisconsin. For more information, visit www.uwgb.edu.

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Governor Tony Evers, Department of Health Services Interim Secretary Karen Timberlake visit Prevea Community COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic in Marinette

Marinette, Wis.—Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers and Wisconsin Department of Health Services Interim Secretary Karen Timberlake were among state and local dignitaries to visit the Prevea Community COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus Fieldhouse on Monday, Feb. 22, 2021.

The Prevea Community COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus Fieldhouse officially opened today in partnership with the Marinette County Public Health Department to vaccinate those eligible for vaccination under the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) vaccination prioritization guidelines.

“We are proud to partner with Marinette County Public Health and the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Marinette Campus to enhance access to COVID-19 vaccinations for our rural communities, here at this new site in Marinette,” said Dr. Ashok Rai, President and CEO, Prevea Health. “With enough vaccine supplied to us by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, we have the ability to provide as many as 1,450 doses of COVID-19 vaccine each week.”

Prevea Health also operates community COVID-19 vaccination clinics in Oconto Falls at HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital; in Green Bay at UW-Green Bay; in Sheboygan at UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus; and in Chippewa Falls at Jacob’s Well Church. Appointments are required at all Prevea community vaccination clinic locations and appointment availability is dependent upon the amount of vaccine allotted to Prevea Health by DHS.

Prevea encourages patients and members of the public to create a MyPrevea account at myprevea.com as this is where vaccine scheduling will be available. You do not have to be a Prevea patient to sign up for a MyPrevea account, or to receive a vaccination at a Prevea Health community COVID-19 vaccination clinic location. Additional information and guidance on COVID-19 vaccination with Prevea Health is available at prevea.com/vaccine. If you do not have access or are unable to use the internet, you may call 1 (833) 344-3473 for assistance.

“We are committed to serving all of our residents, including those in the most rural parts of Marinette County,” said Molly Bonjean, Marinette County Public Health Officer. “Our commitment does not end here with the opening of this site. Conversations continue to be ongoing to explore all additional opportunities.”

To date, and across all its COVID-19 vaccination locations in Wisconsin, Prevea Health has provided more than 25,000 people with their first doses of COVID-19 vaccinations.

Currently, vaccine supply and allocation across Wisconsin remains limited – even for those groups currently eligible for vaccination. Prevea Health and other local vaccinators can only make COVID-19 vaccination appointments available based upon the amount of vaccine provided by DHS. In anticipation of additional groups to be announced as eligible for vaccination soon, we kindly ask everyone to be patient during this time. Additional appointments will be added to our schedules as we receive additional vaccine from DHS. Please also reach out to your loved ones and neighbors who may need assistance navigating their eligibility status and appointment scheduling online.

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Media Contacts:

 

Angela Deja

Public Relations Manager

Prevea Health

(715) 271-7707

angela.deja@prevea.com

 

Sue Bodilly

Asst. Dir., Marketing and University Communications

UW-Green Bay

(920) 465-5502

bodillys@uwgb.edu

About Prevea Health
Founded in Green Bay, Wis. in 1996, Prevea Health is a health care organization that provides high-quality, primary and specialty health care in 80+ locations across Northern, Eastern and Western Wisconsin in clinic and hospital settings. It is partnered with six Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS) hospitals across Wisconsin to provide patients a system of highly-coordinated care, close to home: HSHS St. Vincent Hospital and HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center in Green Bay; HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital in Sheboygan; HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital in Oconto Falls; HSHS Sacred Heart Hospital in Eau Claire; and HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital in Chippewa Falls. For more information, visit www.prevea.com.

About UW-Green Bay
Established in 1965, UW-Green Bay is a public institution serving 8,970 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students and 95,000 continuing education learners each year. We educate students from pre-college through retirement and offer 200+ degrees, programs and certificates. UW-Green Bay graduates are resilient, inclusive, sustaining and engaged members of their communities, ready to rise to fearlessly face challenges, solve problems and embrace diverse ideas and people. With four campus locations, the University welcomes students from every corner of the world. In 2020, UW-Green Bay was the fastest growing UW school in Wisconsin. For more information, visit www.uwgb.edu.

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Chamber highlights Sheboygan and Manitowoc Campus CEO, Schramm

CEO of the UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan and Manitowoc Campuses, Jamie Schramm, was recently highlighted in the Sheboygan County Chamber Buzz, the weekly member email.  Schramm currently serves on the Sheboygan County Chamber Board of Directors and strives to engage the UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus community with the chamber and business partners.

“Having a local organization that supports and promotes the needs of our business community and economic growth is vital to our success .  If I can offer support, ideas and resources to make this happen, then I view it as a priority to be involved and contribute to our mutual success,” states Schramm.

Q and A with Schramm:

Why do you choose to support the Sheboygan County Chamber and volunteer for BOD?

Having a local organization that supports and promotes the needs of our business community and economic growth is vital to our success. If I can offer support, ideas and resources to make this happen, then I view it as a priority to be involved and contribute to our mutual success.

What do you do to keep your company/organization engaged?

We share many of the Chamber resources and events going on in the community and look to be community partners in many of these endeavors.

The greatest perk of having a Chamber membership?

Every success we have as a community, chamber and organization comes about because of relationships and getting things done in collaboration with others. The Chamber is a great platform for this through many of their opportunities such as Roundtables, Business and Educators Partnership and Deep Dives.

Wisconsin Partnership Program Will Provide Vaccination Assistance From UW-Green Bay Nursing Students

Green Bay, Wis.—Announced this week, vaccination efforts across the state will get a boost thanks to a grant from the Wisconsin Partnership Program (WPP) at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) and a partnership with the UW-Madison School of Nursing and four UW System nursing schools—UW-Green Bay’s among them.

“It’s a time for ‘all hands-on deck’ to get Wisconsin residents vaccinated and UW-Green Bay Nursing is excited to partner with local healthcare providers to educate and vaccinate in the COVID pandemic,” said Christine Vandenhouten, Chair of UW-Green Bay’s Nursing programs. “UW-Green Bay nursing students, including traditional nursing, RN-BSN completion, and MSN students will (and have) assist as vaccinators, with post-vaccination observation and more. This initiative reflects the strong collaboration of UW Nursing Schools to respond to community needs and challenges at a time of great need.”

A Wisconsin Partnership Program (WPP) news release dated Feb. 9, said “the grant supports the coordination, education and deployment of nursing students, faculty, staff and alumni volunteers to provide clinic support and vaccine administration, as well as educational programs on preventing spread and making safe choices during the ongoing pandemic.”

“Administration of the vaccine across our state will require tremendous coordination and effort among many organizations and agencies,” says Richard Moss, PhD, Chair of WPP’s Partnership Research and Education Committee. “We are pleased to partner with the UW-Madison Nursing School and nursing schools throughout the UW System to help address the urgent need of vaccine administration.”

Badger Nurses Collaborating on Covid-19 Vaccine Education and Delivery (BN-CoVED) received a $185,000 COVID-19 Response Grant from the Wisconsin Partnership Program as well as supplemental funding of $100,000 from an anonymous donor.

About the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is a comprehensive public institution offering undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs to more than 8,700 students with campus locations in Green Bay, Marinette, Manitowoc and Sheboygan. Established in 1965 on the border of Green Bay, the University and its campuses are centers of cultural enrichment, innovation and learning. The Green Bay campus is home to one of the Midwest’s most prolific performing arts centers, a nationally recognized 4,000-seat student recreation center, D-I athletics, an award-winning nine-hole golf course and a five-mile recreational trail and arboretum, which is free and open to the public. This four-campus University transforms lives and communities through student-focused teaching and research, innovative learning opportunities, powerful connections and a problem-solving approach to education. UW-Green Bay’s main campus is centrally located, close to both the Door County resort area and the dynamic economies of Northeast Wisconsin, the Fox Valley region and the I-43 corridor. UW-Green Bay offers in-demand programs in science, engineering and technology; business; health, education and social welfare; and arts, humanities and social sciences. For more information, visit www.uwgb.edu.

 

 

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Video: ‘Wombat Wocketry’ looks for more student members for this year’s launch competition

The Sheboygan Campus rocket team (Wombat Wocketry) is looking for new members to join for this year’s launch competition. No previous experience or course of study is required. The team is simply looking for enthusiasm and willingness to work together. They recently completed a small scale test launch.

Watch the video.

Students in or near Sheboygan can be involved at what level of time investment that is comfortable for them. The Sheboygan team and a team based in the main campus each design and build a semi-custom high-powered rocket every year for the Collegiate Rocket Launch competition through the Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium. T

The rockets go hundreds of feet in the air and have different mission objectives each year. Participation can lead to scholarships, NASA internships, and working on our other rocket team to build payloads for real NASA flights. The Sheboygan team currently meets Tuesdays and Fridays at 2 p.m. in the Mechanical Engineering Lab (times subject to change). Ask us how you can still participate virtually or if you cannot make the meetings. Send questions about the Sheboygan team to Prof. Dirienzo at dirienzw@uwgb.edu or the main campus team to Prof. Welsch at welschb@uwgb.edu.

Rising Phoenix Launches Year Two of Highly Successful Collaboration Between UW-Green Bay & Manitowoc Lincoln High School

Green Bay, Wis.—An inaugural Rising Phoenix Program in 2020 between UW-Green Bay and Manitowoc Lincoln High School was so successful, a second cohort of juniors will begin the Rising Phoenix program in Fall of 2021.

Rising Phoenix is an early college high school program, providing students dual enrollment in high school and the University, ongoing student success coaching and the opportunity to earn a high school diploma and their Associate of Arts and Sciences (AAS) degree upon graduation from high school, jumpstarting their college or vocational careers.

“We are so excited to continue our partnership with UW-Green Bay by providing another 25 students with this tremendous opportunity,” said Lee Thennes, Manitowoc Lincoln Principal. “We also want to celebrate the success of our current Rising Phoenix students who just completed their first semester. The support they get from their Student Success Coach and our team of School Counselors is amazing.”

Rising Phoenix students will enroll in Manitowoc Lincoln High School and UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus, taking courses that can concurrently earn a high school diploma and AAS degree. The AAS degree offers students an opportunity to explore courses within an emphasis, which will fulfill general education requirements for a major in college or serve students in achieving their next level career goals.

In Fall 2020, twenty-five Rising Phoenix students demonstrated academic readiness, grit, and perseverance during their first semester of college while still in high school. Students worked closely with a Student Success Coach in close collaboration with Manitowoc Lincoln School Counselors, supporting students academically and socially. This support was critical in a year when students had to face the additional challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Carson Goetz, current Rising Phoenix student, had this to say, “It has been an awesome experience to be a part of the Rising Phoenix program. Being in this program allows for a smooth transition into the college experience while still having support at Lincoln. I have been blown away by the people involved in the program who are so helpful and caring for student’s individual needs. The student success coach, the school counseling team, the professors, teachers, and administrators at Lincoln, and lots of others really make this program a great way to jumpstart your college journey. The Rising Phoenix allowed for me to learn so much about how to set myself up for success.”

Another current Rising Phoenix student, Anthony Holschbach, echoes, “I have been touched by the Rising Phoenix program. It has made an incredible impact on my life. I found some of my biggest weaknesses and found out how to handle them and come out better! This has been life changing and in one semester I have learned more than I could have ever imagined. This program and campus have made me a better person and gave me confidence in myself again.”

The Manitowoc Public School District and UW-Green Bay are committed to closing the achievement gap for student groups who are traditionally underserved and underrepresented in higher education. Rising Phoenix with the Manitowoc Public School District is offered at no cost to students or families due to the school district’s commitment to paying for tuition and textbooks. Tuition rates are reduced through state legislation and UW-Green Bay’s dual enrollment programs.

Learn more about the Rising Phoenix Early College High School Program at www.uwgb.edu/rising-phoenix or contact Meagan Strehlow, Executive Director of K-12 and Community Engagement, at strehlom@uwgb.edu or 920-465-2716.

 

About the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is a comprehensive public institution offering undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs to more than 8,700 students with campus locations in Green Bay, Marinette, Manitowoc and Sheboygan. Established in 1965 on the border of Green Bay, the University and its campuses are centers of cultural enrichment, innovation and learning. The Green Bay campus is home to one of the Midwest’s most prolific performing arts centers, a nationally recognized 4,000-seat student recreation center, D-I athletics, an award-winning nine-hole golf course and a five-mile recreational trail and arboretum, which is free and open to the public. This four-campus University transforms lives and communities through student-focused teaching and research, innovative learning opportunities, powerful connections and a problem-solving approach to education. UW-Green Bay’s main campus is centrally located, close to both the Door County resort area and the dynamic economies of Northeast Wisconsin, the Fox Valley region and the I-43 corridor. UW-Green Bay offers in-demand programs in science, engineering and technology; business; health, education and social welfare; and arts, humanities and social sciences. For more information, visit www.uwgb.edu.

About UW-Green Bay’s Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement
The Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement focuses its mission on creating educational opportunity and access for all ages, encompassing K-12 student programs, personal and professional development and customized training to meet the needs of a progressive economy. The division develops, collaborates and executes responsive solutions for diverse communities statewide, all of which reflect a deep commitment to inclusion, social justice and civic responsibility

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Prof. Coen to present on ‘The End of Globalization’ Feb. 8, 6 p.m.

On Monday, Feb. 8, from 6 to 8 p.m, UW-Green Bay Associate Professor Alise Coen (Political Science, Public & Environmental Affairs) will deliver a virtual presentation on “The End of Globalization?” as part of the Manitowoc Public Library’s Foreign Policy Great Decisions series.  This year, anyone with a thirst for knowledge and an internet connection will have the opportunity to discover, discuss and decide how to meet some of the world’s greatest challenges head-on, every Monday evening at 6 p.m. in February and March.

The talk is free and open to the public and will be streamed through Facebook.

 

Institute for Wisconsin Leadership

UW-Green Bay Launches Institute for Women’s Leadership to Build In-Demand Pipeline of Leaders in Northeast Wisconsin

Virtual Kickoff Event in Celebration of International Women’s Day is March 5

Green Bay, Wis.— Recognizing the region’s growing need for a pipeline of women leaders and the distinct challenges faced by professional women in the workplace, UW-Green Bay is establishing the Institute for Women’s Leadership www.uwgb.edu/womens-leadership. The Institute will serve as a comprehensive leadership resource for women in Northeast Wisconsin and will strive to eliminate barriers that narrow opportunities at all stages in their professional careers, from rising women of promise to woman executives.

  • The facts about the women’s leadership gap are well documented and speak for themselves:
  • Women make up half of the world’s talent pool. In the US, 50.2% of the college-educated labor force is made up of women.
  • They have long eclipsed men in earning college degrees, yet women still only hold 25% of leadership roles.[i]
  • Since 2015 there have been only modest signs of progress in the representation of women in the corporate pipeline[ii]: Women represent only 28 percent of the those in senior vice president positions in the workplace and only 21% of those occupying roles in the C Suite.
  • One in five board members are women at Wisconsin’s top 50 public companies[iii].

“One of the most powerful actions we can take as a University is to create a culture of ‘conscious inclusion,’ ensuring the region has a pipeline of women leaders,” UW-Green Bay Chief Business Officer and Senior Vice Chancellor for Institutional Strategy Sheryl Van Gruensven said. “Beyond policies and hiring practices, the Institute will give rise to an environment that embraces diverse perspectives with the conscious intent of including everyone, particularly women.”

Joy Ruzek, assistant vice chancellor of the Division of Continuing Education and Community Engagement and co-founder of the Institute with Van Gruensven, added, “Women lag substantially behind men when it comes to their representation in leadership positions, showing there clearly is a broken rung on the career ladder for women. Our goal is to build an ongoing culture where everyone brings their whole self to work each day and feels valued, heard and able to make an impact while progressing in their careers. By giving access to more representative voices, our society and economy will only get stronger.”

The Institute will put forward wide-ranging programs, events, and research, benefiting women with access to experts and supportive networks. Leadership certificate programs, a monthly speaker’s series featuring notable women throughout the area sharing their stories to leadership, monthly networking events, a women’s mentorship program, an annual leadership

retreat, workshops and discussion groups will be offered to support women’s professional development needs. Equally important, the Institute will work to increase communities’ knowledge and awareness of issues related to women in leadership and advance new knowledge about women and leadership in the State of Wisconsin through benchmarking data on women in business and research about women and leadership.

Work on this important workplace topic has been steadily taking shape in Northeast Wisconsin over the last few years, including the work of Bridget O’Connor, Principal and Owner of O’Connor Connective, and incubator of “The Connective: A Community for Women in Business.” The Institute will incorporate O’Connor’s work into its offerings in an ongoing and expanded effort to grow and develop women leaders across industries and career stages.

“It’s a great day for women in Wisconsin!” says O’Connor. “We couldn’t be more thrilled to align our efforts with the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, a forward-facing University, boldly sustaining and creating a community on the rise. Now we can reach even more women with more resources to advance in their careers. It’s that simple and that profound. The Institute takes the ideas of ‘The Connective’ to a whole new level, and we can’t wait to see what unfolds.”

“Now more than ever our communities need fearless leaders,” said UW-Green Bay Chancellor Michael Alexander.

“Our mission with the Institute is to empower women and to fulfill the evolving leadership needs of Wisconsin companies and organizations.”

The Institute will host a kickoff event on Friday, March 5, 2021 in celebration of International Women’s Day with a formal announcement and a virtual keynote speaker, addressing the campaign theme “Choose to Challenge.” The kickoff will start at 9 a.m. and continue until 10:30 a.m. Details will be shared on the website www.uwgb.edu/womens-leadership.

To learn more about the Institute for Women’s Leadership, please contact Teri Zuege-Halvorsen, Executive Director, at zueget@uwgb.edu or visit the website www.uwgb.edu/womens-leadership

About the Institute for Women’s Leadership Institute
The Institute for Women’s Leadership was established in 2021. Located at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, the Institute provides participants the opportunity to expand transformational leadership skills, building a leadership a pipeline for Northeast Wisconsin. The Institute both embraces the Wisconsin Idea and serves the core and select missions of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in its commitment to inclusion, civic engagement, educational opportunity at all levels, and community-based partnerships. The Institute seeks to fulfill critical needs in the region and contribute to a robust, more broadly engaged and representative professional workforce and leadership. For more information visit the website www.uwgb.edu/womens-leadership

 About the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is a comprehensive public institution offering undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs to more than 8,700 students with campus locations in Green Bay, Marinette, Manitowoc and Sheboygan. Established in 1965 on the border of Green Bay, the University and its campuses are centers of cultural enrichment, innovation and learning. This four-campus University transforms lives and communities through student-focused teaching and research, innovative learning opportunities, powerful connections and a problem-solving approach to education. UW-Green Bay offers in-demand programs in science, engineering and technology; business; health, education and social welfare; and arts, humanities and social sciences. For more information, visit www.uwgb.edu.

Source:

[i] 2020 World Economic Forum, March 3, 2020

[ii] Women in the Workplace 2020 Study, McKinnsey Research

[iii] Milwaukee Women, Inc.

[iiii] Women in the Workplace 2020 Study, McKinnsey Research

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Reminder: Nominate a faculty or staff member for a Founders Award; March 5 deadline

It is time to start submitting nominations for the 2021 Founders Awards. The Awards & Recognition Committee encourages departments, units, offices and other working communities to consider which of their colleagues they would like to see honored at next year’s Fall Convocation.

The nomination form for the 2021 Founders Awards is available electronically at Nomination Form.

The Awards & Recognition Committee encourages anyone from the UW-Green Bay community (faculty, staff, students, and community members) to submit a nomination(s) prior to the March 5, 2021 deadline. The website includes the criteria and a Description of each Founders Award and a list of previous awards Founders Award Recipients.

Individuals and groups who have received the Founders Award for a given category within the last 15 years will not be eligible for that same category. Also, self-nominated individuals and groups will not receive consideration.

If the individual(s) you nominate is (are) selected as a finalists(s), you will be contacted to provide further information such as background information on your nominee, letters of support addressing the nominee’s qualifications for the award, etc. All awards will be presented at the campus-wide convocation in August.

If you have any questions or need assistance completing your nomination(s), please feel free to contact Anna Merry, Chair of the Awards & Recognition Committee, or any Committee member – (James Kabrhel, Katelyn Strzok, William Yazbec, Joe Schoenebeck, Illene Cupit, Ryan Kauth, Barb Holschbach, Amanda Koperalski and Sarah Detweiler).  Awards & Recognition Committee members are not eligible for nomination.

Lakeshore Leaders Breakfast Series, Attorney Michelle Birschbach

UW-Green Bay’s Manitowoc and Sheboygan Campuses host a monthly speaker series with distinguished leaders making a positive impact in our communities. Join them to hear an inspiring talk and to learn from area leaders. Attorney Michelle Birschbach will be speaking on February 10, 2021.  This is a virtual event.

Source: Lakeshore Leaders Breakfast Series, Attorney Michelle Birschbach, LexBlog