Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee
Press Release

Jan​ ​Buchler​ ​Appointed​ ​Interim​ ​CEO​ ​of​ ​Nonprofit​ ​Center​ ​of​ ​Milwaukee

 

By - Nov 27th, 2017 04:20 pm

Milwaukee​ — The Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee is pleased to announce that Jan Buchler has been appointed interim CEO of the organization. She will serve a minimum of three months in a part-time capacity, while the board of directors works to fill the permanent CEO position. In order to do so, she will leave the organization’s board of directors.

Jan Buchler has been a leader in the Milwaukee-area nonprofit community for decades. As executive director of The Parenting Network from 1999 to 2013, she led the agency in its mission to strengthen parenting and prevent child abuse. Prior to that position, she served as director of family services at Meta House, and as director of early childhood and family services at Jewish Community Centers in both Milwaukee and Columbus, Ohio. She is currently a contract monitor for the Public Policy Institute, a division of Community Advocates. Buchler​ ​has an MS in Education from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee.

“In addition to having years of successful agency executive experience and a stellar reputation in the Milwaukee community, Jan Buchler is passionate and deeply knowledgeable about the work of the Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee,” said Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee Board President, Christina Simon. “We’re thrilled that she’s accepted the board’s request to serve in this role.”

The Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee is a catalyst promoting the interests and enhancing the effectiveness of the nonprofit sector in southeast Wisconsin. Its vision is to create a vibrant and healthy community strengthened by a thriving nonprofit sector.

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