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2015

ANNUAL REPORT

GREAT THINGS HAPPEN WHEN WE LIVE UNITED.

United Way of Kenosha County


DEAR FRIEND, United Way and Kenosha County have made great progress over the past several years. We have navigated major societal changes and economic ups and downs, always building upon our assets, addressing our weaknesses and seeking new avenues for development. We know that one single organization cannot address all the issues facing our community today. That is why one of the values that demonstrates how we fulfill our mission of improving lives is to be a PARTNER. In a true partnership, each participant contributes with passion, their resources and expertise to achieve a common goal. United Way develops, fosters and supports relationships with businesses, not-for-profit organizations, civic clubs, government agencies, faith communities, educational institutions and individuals to LIVE UNITED and collectively focus on issues that are important, vital and essential for every resident of Kenosha County to have a good life. Together, we are making a difference in the lives of many Kenosha County residents. United way believes we all win when a child succeeds in life, when families are financially stable, and when people are healthy, so we focus our efforts accordingly: • Education – Helping people, from cradle to career, achieve their potential through learning. • Income – Supporting families while they actively achieve financial stability and independence. • Health – Improving people’s physical, mental and social well-being. While each of these are separate issues, their roots are deeply interconnected. At United Way we are committed to addressing root causes. As an organization, we have continued to evolve this past year, expanding partnerships with local stakeholders to further develop a cradle-to-career approach for a stronger workforce. With a focus on collective impact, together we will work to tackle deeply entrenched and complex social problems with a sense of innovation and by creating new ways of working together. By connecting the community with our focus on education, income and health, United Way will continue to work hard to build community collaboration to develop a better, stronger, more UNITED community for all. You will read in this report about our partner organizations and our community heeding our call to GIVE, ADVOCATE and VOLUNTEER. We are truly inspired by our community’s participation. When you contribute to our work, when you come to an event, when you join a committee, when you run a campaign at your workplace, when you volunteer – you are part of a network of care that advances the quality of life for Kenosha County residents. On behalf of the Kenosha County residents who are positively impacted by your great work and on behalf of all of us at the United Way of Kenosha County, we extend our deepest gratitude and sincerest appreciation for your commitment and support.

United Way Staff

Tracy Nielsen Chief Executive Officer Laurie McDonald Financial Education/VITA Coordinator Thomas Kelley United Way Board President Vice President and CFO United Hospital System

Tracy L. Nielsen United Way Chief Executive Officer

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Erin Morey Director of Community Impact Sherry Westhoff Finance Manager


CREATING OPPORTUNITIES FOR EVERYONE TO SUCCEED United Way of Kenosha County is creating opportunities for everyone in our community to succeed by focusing on the three key areas of Education, Income, and Health - the building blocks of a successful life.


ALONE WE CAN DO SO LITTLE, PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS • • • •

Dimensions of Learning Academy Grant Elementary McKinley Elementary Whittier Elementary

VOLUNTEERS

100 volunteers participated representing ULINE, Rust-Oleum, Carthage College, Girl Scouts, Mike’s Group, Prevention Services Network, Kenosha Unified School District, Kenosha Police Department

THE IMPACT

• More than 1,300 elementary school students will enjoy the stencils. • Neighborhood Children will also benefit from the stencils year-round. “Motion and movement helps their learning… It gives them an opportunity to interact with each other and combine movement. Our kids need to move.” -Teri Giampietro, McKinley Elementary School Principal

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Day of Action This project brings community volunteers to Kenosha County schools throughout the summer months to add both educational components and action stencils to promote physical activity. Created in partnership with Fuel Up to Play60, the stencils that volunteers painted inspire kids to learn and move while creating games around the stencils. Research finds that elementary school children spend more of their recess and activity time in active play when schoolyards are enchanced with playground markings. This is event was possible thanks to these generous sponsors:


TOGETHER WE CAN DO SO MUCH. Day of Caring Day of Caring is just one of the many ways we promote the spirit of service and volunteerism in our community. It is a way to bring diverse groups of people together to make a positive and lasting impact. Nearly 500 volunteers came together on a Saturday morning to give of their time and their talent. “We wanted to give back to the community because the community does so much for us.” –Brenda Shaff, Hospice Alliance Volunteer Team

THANKS TO OUR DAY OF CARING SPONSORS:

FOOD PACKAGING PROJECT

• 200 Volunteers helped package 40,000 meals (nearly 6,500 pounds!) • Food was distributed to seven local pantries AIDS Resource Center First Step Services Salvation Army Shalom Center The Sharing Center Twin Lakes Food Pantry Women and Children’s Horizons

SERVICE PROJECTS

300 Volunteers participated in 22 projects benefiting local non-profit organizations including: Shalom Center, Garden of Eatin’, Hunger Task Force, four Kenosha Public Library locations, a Habitat for Humanity build, Nifty Thrifty, Downtown Kenosha clean-up, the Girl Scouts Woodhaven Center, Pringle Nature Center and the Kenosha Dream Playground Build.

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A CHILD WITHOUT EDUCATION Readers Are Leaders When kids can’t read, they can’t succeed. The ability and passion to read are critical to a child’s success in school, their life-long learning and their ability to contribute to our community and nation’s economy. Students not reading at proficiency by third grade are four times more likely to drop out of high school, a cost we cannot be willing to pay. By gathering together as a community we can ensure that our students are prepared to succeed. “This event was well-planned and provided an awesome service to the children in the Kenosha community.” -Julie Housaman, Kenosha Unified School District

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR EVENT SPONSORS:

PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS • • • •

30 local elementary schools Four school districts 10,000 students reached Grades 4K - 5

VOLUNTEERS

300 local community members representating business, non-profit, higher education, faith-based organizations and more

ITEMS PROVIDED:

• Two Dr. Seuss books for each classroom • A pencil for each student • A bookmark for each student

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The John and Ruth Kloss Charitable Trust


IS LIKE A BIRD WITHOUT WINGS. Kenosha County Youth As Resources (YAR) Kenosha County Youth As Resources (YAR) is a grant-giving program which funds youth-designed, youth-led community service projects in Kenosha County. Youth, with guidance from adults, determine the project they believe will address a need in their community. Youth groups may apply to Kenosha County YAR for grants of up to $500. YAR is a program of United Way of Kenosha County in partnership with Kenosha County University of Wisconsin-Extension.

2014-2015 YAR results: • 13 grants funded • $5,680 distributed • 357 youth participants 2005-2015 YAR results: • 138 grants funded • $51,573 distributed • 4,767 youth participants

McKinley Elementary Tutoring Program The McKinley Tutoring Program is an Early Grade Reading Initiative that helps children build the critical reading skills needed to succeed in school and life. Research shows that third grade reading proficiency is a powerful predictor of later academic achievement. From kindergarten to third grade, children learn to read. From fourth grade on, they read to learn. A student who is not at least moderately successful in reading by third grade is unlikely to graduate from high school. Through this tutoring program, we recruit, train and place community volunteers in the schools. The tutors work one-on-one with first through third grade students during the school day to supplement the work they are doing in the classroom. • • • • •

70 tutors 45 students 76 tutoring sessions per week 38 hours of tutoring weekly In just one semester, an average increase of 2.4 reading levels in tutored students!! UNITED WAY OF KENOSHA COUNTY 2015 ANNUAL REPORT - 7


FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE VOLUNTEER INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE (VITA) PROGRAM

In an effort to promote financial stability and asset building in our community, the Kenosha Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Coalition (United Way of Kenosha County, the Kenosha County Job Center, Gateway Technical College and Carthage College) together with IRS-certified volunteers are providing free income tax assistance to low-to-moderate-income families. The average income of Kenosha’s VITA clients is approximately $15,000 per year. To many, VITA helps obtain tax credits that may add up to a month’s worth of salary to the individual or family’s annual income.

“The VITA Program creates a link between Carthage College Students and the Kenosha Community. The students provide a great resource to the community while developing their technical knowledge and interpersonal skills. Beyond these skills, the students gain an awareness and empathy for our clients that come from all walks of life. When Carthage first participated in VITA in 1993, we prepared returns by hand and were able to help around 50 clients each season. Through United Way’s support and guidance, the program has grown to 36 Carthage students and 47 additional community volunteers helping to prepare more than 2,700 state and federal returns annually.” -Julie Dawson, CPA Accounting Professor, Carthage College

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THE RESULTS • 83 individuals participated as certified tax preparers • Volunteers logged 2,247 hours • 2,781 returns were filed • 1,525 taxpayers were assisted • Kenosha residents saved $407,636 in tax processing fees • $2,139,132 in total refunds received through the Kenosha County VITA program • The Kenosha VITA program has brought back more than $8.64 million in refunds during the past six years


IS HAPPINESS. MyFreeTaxes For the past three years, United Way of Kenosha County has been promoting the use of MyFreeTaxes.com - a FREE, safe and secure site for households earning less than $62,000 to file their state and federal tax returns. Today, more than 1,800 people use MyFreeTaxes.com in Wisconsin, including 130 people right here in Kenosha County. Residents of Kenosha currently receive an average refund of $1,600.

www.myfreetaxes.com

Financial Education Network The Financial Education Network (FEN) was created around the idea of promoting a more financially stable Kenosha County. Through collaboration of non-profit, business, health, education, government and faith-based sectors, the FEN hopes to create a one-stop-shop for Kenosha County residents to access resources on financial education. To find more information about the Financial Education Network and see how you can get involved, visit www.kenoshaunitedway.org/financialeducation.

THANKS TO OUR VITA SPONSORS AND PARTNERS

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HE WHO HAS HEALTH, HAS HOPE; FamilyWize Prescription Discount Program Nearly 1,000 United Ways partner with FamilyWize in all 50 states to lower the cost of medicine by distributing free FamilyWize prescription drug discount cards. These free discount cards are for all individuals across the country. Card users ALWAYS get the lowest price. The cost will be the discount price with the FamilyWize card or the pharmacy’s usual and customary retail price, whichever is lower. How the Card Works • Average savings: 35 percent, about $20 per prescription • Anyone can use it: employees, family or friends • No registration, activation or paperwork necessary • Accepted at 60,000 pharmacies nationally and 28 in Kenosha County • Covers all FDA-approved drugs • No cost to United Way, employers or card holders

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Since the program began in 2007, Kenosha County has recognized $1,182,164 in savings and has helped more than 10,800 community members!


AND HE WHO HAS HOPE, HAS EVERYTHING. Center on Human Trafficking & Slavery In June, 2015, key nonprofits, faith-based groups and government leaders met at United Way Worldwide for the opening of its United Way Center on Human Trafficking & Slavery. The Center aims to combat the complex problem of modern slavery by gathering key partners to create and implement solutions to stop the $150 billion industry. We can be the generation that ends modern slavery. There are more slaves today than at any other time in history. We must take action - together. Currently, there are more than 20 million victims of human trafficking around the world. Human trafficking affects every corner of the earth, from rural to urban areas, regardless of a nation’s wealth. Our community, in the corridor between Chicago and Milwaukee, is a problem area. Milwaukee repeatedly ranks among the top cities for human trafficking in an annual nationwide FBI sting to recover victims. Learn more about how YOU can combat human trafficking and modern day slavery right here in Kenosha County.

KENOSHAUNITEDWAY.ORG/END-HUMAN-TRAFFICKING

2-1-1 Health and Human Services Hotline Every hour of every day, someone needs essential services - from food and shelter, to health care, to substance abuse assistance. Now it’s easy to find help. Dial 2-1-1 and be connected to a live operator for free and confidential assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week or visit the 2-1-1 online resource directory for: - Basic human services - Medical and mental health resources - Employment and support services - Financial and legal assistance - Programs for children and families - Opportunities to GIVE help - Support for community crisis or disaster recovery

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IF YOU WANT TO GO FAST, GO ALONE

GET CONNECTED - GET INVOLVED! United Way of Kenosha County launched Get Connected in May 2013. Get Connected is an easy-to-use web-based platform that matches the right volunteers with the right opportunities. The site allows any local organization (nonprofits, churches, schools, etc.) to create a profile and share ongoing and one-time volunteer opportunities, employment opportunities or in-kind needs. In turn, volunteers create a profile that then links their time and interests with corresponding needs. Get Connected interfaces with many types of social media. There is truly no easier way to check out how you can make a difference in your community!

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IF YOU WANT TO GO FAR, GO TOGETHER. United Way of Kenosha County provides support for programs of nonprofit status, generally 501(c)3 health or human services organizations that provide services to people residing in Kenosha County. All funding requests are reviewed annually by a group of community volunteers called the Community Investment Committee (CIC). For more information about serving as a CIC member please contact Erin Morey at emorey@kenoshaunitedway.org.

AIDS Resource Center HIV Health Care Services

Kenosha Area Family and Aging Services Meals on Wheels

Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Racine and Kenosha One-to-One Outcome-Based Mentoring

Kenosha Human Development Services Juvenile Crisis Intervention Transitional Housing for Homeless Youth and Adults

Boys and Girls Club Youth Empowerment Catholic Charities Behavioral Health and Counseling Services Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Community Services Child and Family Counseling ELCA Outreach Center ELCA Outreach Center Summer Camp Western Kenosha County Prescription Voucher Program Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast Girl Scout Leadership Experience Habitat for Humanity Home Construction Program Kenosha Achievement Center Hanen Program Employment Options Program

Kenosha Literacy Council Literacy for Life Adult Literacy Education Program Lutheran Social Services SCAN - Stop Childhood Abuse and Neglect Racine Kenosha Community Action Agency Father Involvement Program Shalom Center Emergency Family Shelter Interfaith Network Nightly Shelter Sharing Center Nutrition Program Women and Children’s Horizons Children’s Services Legal Advocacy

For more informationa about the Community Investment Process visit WWW.KENOSHAUNITEDWAY.ORG/COMMUNITYINVESTMENT

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YOUR INVESTMENT FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2015 STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES ASSETS REVENUE AND OTHER SUPPORT $545,497 $711,724 Cash and cash equivalents Gross campaign results 193,375 (73,173) Certificates of deposit Less: donor designations 266,143 Pledges receivable (net) Less: provision for 9,232 (34,950) Prepaid and other current assets uncollectible pledges 8,504 603,601 Office equipment (net) Net campaign revenue $1,022,751 97,727 TOTAL ASSETS Contributions - In-kind gifts 38,693 Community Event Sponsorships 14,740 All other LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS TOTAL REVENUE AND OTHER SUPPORT 754,761 LIABILITIES Accounts payable and accrued expenses ALLOCATIONS AND EXPENSES $8,110 Donor designations payable 24,517 Deferred revenue Program Services: 15,981 327,200 Total liabilities Community Program grants 48,608 143,937 Community Impact 85,549 NET ASSETS Community Services 112,325 Unrestricted: Management and General 48,238 Board designated Campaign/Fundraising 250,944 Undesignated 30,424 Temporarily restricted TOTAL ALLOCATIONS 692,775 Total net assets AND EXPENSES 717,249 974,143 37,512 CHANGE IN NET ASSETS TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS $1,022,751 NET ASSETS, BEGINNING OF YEAR 936,631 $974,143 NET ASSETS, END OF YEAR

Based on our fiscal responsibility and transparency of our financial operations, you can find additional financial documents on kenoshaunitedway.org, which include copies of our IRS 990 and our unqualified audit report. Please call 262-658-4104 if you have additional questions.

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MAKES THE DIFFERENCE.

2014-15 INVESTMENT BY FOCUS AREA These percentages represent the Community Investment Committee funding of local program requests.

17%

United Way-led initiatives, such as the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program and the McKinley Tutoring Program are not represented in this graphic. Education Programming

63%

20%

Income Programming Health Programming

WHEN YOU GIVE: $1 a week for a year you provide crisis intervention for 23 youth dealing with child abuse, family issues, depression, drug or alcohol use, or in danger of suicide.

$5 a week for a year you provide 12 weeks of training for a family whose child is experiencing a developmental or language delay.

$10 a week for a year you provide 23 families year-round access to nutritious food on an as-needed basis.

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THE MEANING OF LIFE IS TO FIND YOUR GIFT. Thank YOU Corporate Contributors! Approximately 200 organizations and 2,300 individuals across Kenosha County invest in United Way annually. The 2015 campaign total and sponsorships for the community are projected to reach $745,000. These dollars are carefully invested to make maximum impact.

3M Corporation AAA Insurance Abbott Laboratories AbbVie Advanced Technology Services Alfa Laval, Inc. Allstate Insurance American Girl Anderson Corporation Andrea & Orendorff Anthem Aon Associated Bank Assurant Health AT&T Aurora Health Care Avery Dennison Bank of America Baxter Beckart Environmental, Inc. Best Buy Birchwood Transportation, Inc BMO Harris Bank Boys & Girls Club

Brake Parts Campbell Soup Company Cardinal Health Carthage College Caterpillar Ceridian Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Community Services Chrysler & FCA City of Kenosha CL Graphics ConAgra Foods, Inc. Costco Wholesale Crawford Orthodontics Culver’s on 52nd Street Dow Education Leaders of Kenosha Educators Credit Union ELCA Outreach Center Enterprise Rent-A-Car Exelon Express Employment Professionals Festival Foods

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Finishing & Plating Service First Business Bank First Midwest Bank Fulmer Dentistry Gateway Technical College Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast Gordon Food Service Grand Geneva Resort General Electric Grainger Guaranty Bank Hanesbrands, Inc. Hanover Insurance Health Fitness Lake Forest, IL Hershey Honeywell Huntsman Polyurethanes I.B.M. Illinois Tool Works Integrys Energy Group - Retirees Intel Insty-Prints IRS


THE PURPOSE OF LIFE IS TO GIVE IT AWAY. JC Penney Jerry Werwie Insurance Johnson and Johnson Johnson Controls, Inc. Johnson Financial Group Journal Media Group JP Morgan Chase & Co. Kenosha Achievement Center, Inc. Kenosha Area Business Alliance Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce Kenosha Beef International Kenosha County Government Kenosha Community Foundation Kenosha Community Health Center Kenosha Human Development Services Kenosha Kingfish Kenosha News Publishing Co. Kenosha Unified School District Kloss Charitable Trust Knaack Manufacturing Co. Landmark Credit Union La Quinta Lavelle Industries Limited Brands Lincoln Financial Group LMI Packaging Solutions Macy & Co., Inc. Manpower Marshalls Mattel Shared Service Solutions Meijer MGIC Investments Corp.

Microsoft Mike’s Kenosha Downtown Tavern, LLC MillerCoors Net Worth Wealth Management, LLC Niagara Bottling Northwestern Mutual Financial Network Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc. OFFSITE, LLC Otto Nelson Moving & Storage Platinum Systems, Inc. Puratos Corporation Rasch Construction & Engineering, Inc. Rexnard - Gear RHR Management Consulting, LLC Riley Construction Rockwell Automation Rose & Rose Rotary Foundation of Kenosha West, Inc. Rust-Oleum Sanmina Corporation SC Johnson Wax Fund SE WI Regional Planning Committee Shopko Department Store Snap-on Credit Snap-on Incorporated Southport Bank Spanky’s Bar and Grill Stan’s Place State of Wisconsin SunTrust Bank Target TC Industries, Inc.

Three Harbors Boy Scout Council Thrivent Fianancial Transport Service Unicarriers True Value Central Ship True Value Harvard True Value Manufacturing Trustmark Uline Underwriters Laboratories United Conveyor United Hospital System United Lodge 66 Machinist Union United Technologies United Way of Kenosha County UPS USAA US Bank Valeri Agency, Inc. Walgreens Wal-Mart & Sam’s Club WE Energies Wells Fargo Wegner CPAs Weyco Group Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare Wisconsin Public Service Women and Children’s Horizons, Inc. * This list was compiled as of March 2016. We apologize if your organization has been inadvertently omitted. Please call 262-658-4104 with questions.

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A LEADER IS SOMEONE WHO

Special thanks and recognition to the generous donors who contribute $1,000 or more annually to United Way of Kenosha County. The United Way Leadership Donor Program recognizes and celebrates individuals who have supported United Way and, in doing so, have had an impact on the lives of many people in their community. These annual leadership gifts to United Way of Kenosha County are a caring demonstration of commitment to serving the people who live and work in our community. As leadership members, this group helps set the standard for charitable giving in our community and, by example, motivates others to increase their level of commitment.

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John Agaiby Bryan and Lisa Albrecht Keith A. Argast Bill & Judy AuBuchon Mr. Robert C. Bailey Todd & Katie Battle Mary Bauerschmidt Gerry Beronja Debbie & Jayson Binninger Leonard Bloom Michael Bond Samuel Bottum Mr. Kent Castle Tim & Kathy Chambers Ms. Susan Crane David DeGoey Rodney Doersch Nick & Shannon Drummer Rabbi Dena Feingold & Brad Backer Mike & Michaelene Gentile Diane & David Gerlach Andy & JoAnn Ginger Richard & Terri Goergen Mr. & Mrs. John B. Gossett Steve & Debbie Hartfield Gary Henning Mr. William Hittman, Principal, LakeView Technology Academy Robert Hrncar Tighe A. Ittner Mr. Kyle Jacobson Ed & Holly Judt Mrs. Marietta Kaplan Mr. Thomas Kasbohm Lynn & Tom Kassouf Thomas & Tracy Kelley The Keith Kentala Family Wayne & Patricia Koessl Karla Krehbiel Martin & Jean Lacock June Lemerand

John Martell Bill & Carla Mills Yvette A. Morrison Kenny & Bobby Mullan Tracy L. Nielsen Dan & Rachel Nyberg Attorney John V. O’Connor Gary & Susan Paskiewicz Robert W. Pieroni Mr. Kirk Pinnow Donna Pitterle John & Chris Pratt Robert Redlin Mr. Wesley Ricchio Mark & Mandy Robinson Terry Rose Mark J. Schwalbe Ms. Alicia Smales Mr. Kevin Smith Irene S. Sudac Mr. Edward Tomayko Mr. Mark S. Totts Aaron Trautwein Jennie Tunkieicz David & Sara Verbsky John Wamboldt Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Ward Mr. Kenneth W. Wells Mr. John Werner Mr. Gerald D. Williams Gregory Woodward, President, Carthage College Nancie & Byron Wright *Nine donors chose to remain anonymous. * This list was compiled as of March 2016. We apologize if your name has been inadvertantly omitted. Please call 262-658-4104 with questions.


DEMONSTRATES WHAT’S POSSIBLE. BOARD MEMBERS Thomas Kelley (President) United Hospital System

Miles Hartley Guttormsen & Hartley, LLP

Thomas Moore (President Elect) Johnson Bank

Cynthia Johnson Kenosha County Division of Health

William AuBuchon (Secretary) Snap-on Tools

Lawrence Kirby II Second Baptist Church

Danny Carlson (Treasurer) Platinum Systems

Paul Modica WE Energies

Dr. Kim Kelley (Business Dev. Chair) University of Wisconsin - Parkside

Craig Phillips CN Consulting, Inc.

Richard Rodenbeck (CIC Chair) RHR Management Consulting

Pete Sinsky Riley Construction

Tina Schmitz (Audit Chair) YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee

Dr. John Thibodeau Gateway Technical College

Linda Gump Aurora Medical Center

Dr. Gregory Woodward Carthage College

Dr. Michele Hancock Carthage College

VOLUNTEER COMMITTEE MEMBERS Finance/Audit Committee

Barna Bencs Danny Carlson Thomas Kelley Thomas Moore Richard Rodenbeck Terri Schmidt

Policies and Procedures Committee Thomas Kelley Linda Gump Miles Hartley Richard Rodenbeck Dr. John Thibodeau

Community Investment Committee Carolyn Abrahamson Madeline Carrera Patricia Demos Bill Erickson Amy Garrigan Shea’na Grigsby Kamaljit Jackson Melvina Klemm Paul Modica Bill Roberts Rich Rodenbeck Ruth Rossman Hannah Wallisch Robyn Woodward

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