Impact100 Greater Milwaukee
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Impact100 Greater Milwaukee Announces 2020-21 Board of Directors

 

By - Jul 17th, 2020 08:47 am

Impact100 Greater Milwaukee, a membership organization of women committed to collective philanthropy, recently elected the following leaders to its 2020/21 Board of Directors:

 Officers  Position Employer  Community
Robin Martin President CLA Delafield
Tracy Gobis President-Elect Community Volunter Brookfield
Ann Homstad Past President Charles E. Kubly Foundation Whitefish Bay
Joy Hertlein Treasurer New Berlin Plastics New Berlin
Kelly Turenne Secretary Derco Milwaukee
 Directors 
Norma Herbers Governance Chair Divine Savior Holy Angels High School Whitefish Bay
Kathy Morris Grant Co-Director Community Volunteer Brookfield
Dana Vaughan Grant Co-Director EAP Specialist Brookfield
Amalia Schoone Communications Co-Director In Progress Consulting, LLC Milwaukee
Nikki DeGuire Communications Co-Director NSD Consulting, LLC Whitefish Bay
Carolyn MacIver Programming & Outreach Director Adaptive Health, Inc. Whitefish Bay
Karin Gale Membership Recruitment Director CLA West Allis
Stacy Scheffer Membership Retention Director Charter Manufacturing Wauwatosa
Alison Wolf Events Director Rogers Behavioral Health Cedarburg
Nancy Kuhlman Systems Director Community Volunteer Brookfield
Julianne Sellars Friends of Impact Director Boucher Automotive Whitefish Bay

Another 20 volunteers support the Board as Committee Chairs (see organizational chart attached).  Terms begin July 1, 2020.

Formed in 2015, Impact100 Greater Milwaukee is an organization of women leveraging their collective philanthropy to award $100,000 grants to local nonprofit organizations to strengthen the Greater Milwaukee community.  After September 21, 2020, when Impact100 Greater Milwaukee distributes its four Impacts grants of $100,000, and a merit grant of $7,000 for the 2019/20 year, the organization will have awarded over $1.6 million in grants to nonprofit organizations in its funding area of Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee and Washington Counties.  Impact100 Greater Milwaukee was the 28th Impact100 group in the United States and Australia, and the first in Wisconsin. Globally, Impact100 has more than 60 chapters that have contributed almost $80 million since the inception of the first chapter in 2001.

Visit http://impact100mke.org for more information.

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