Variety – the Children’s Charity Announces Additions to Board of Directors
"We’re thrilled to welcome these highly skilled, successful and talented professionals to our board of directors."
Milwaukee, Wis. – January 16, 2019 – Variety – the Children’s Charity is pleased to welcome its 2019 board of directors.
Nancy Major, CEO of Variety – The Children’s Charity, Wisconsin Chapter, said, “We’re thrilled to welcome these highly skilled, successful and talented professionals to our board of directors. Their combined years of experience, leadership expertise and community affiliations will greatly enhance our strategic plan to expand our service outreach and organizational footprint for children with special needs throughout Wisconsin.”
New board members are Joanne Blaesing, Executive Vice President, Marine Bank; Lynn Hawkins, CFO, Stein’s Garden & Home; Lois Trongard, Business Market Director, Bryant & Stratton College; Traci Huntemann-Piatt, Marketing Director, Inlanta Mortgage; and Aimee Wiedmeyer, Director of Operations, Harley Davidson Museum.
Returning board members are Board President Pier Bertolotto, attorney, Rizzo and Diersen, SC; Vice President Mel Hopland, President & CEO, Bright Star Systems; Secretary Pamela Mattox, Sr. Development Officer, UW-Milwaukee; and directors Elizabeth Moberg-Wolff, MD, Pediatric Rehab Medical Associates; Matthew Hall, CFO, Eppstein Uhen Architects; and Mark Collins, Regional Director, Harman International.
Variety – the Children’s Charity of Wisconsin’s mission is “Improving the lives of children with special needs who are at risk, disadvantaged or critically ill.” Variety believes that ALL children deserve the opportunity to pursue a limitless future and works to inspire children to discover life without limits. The state-wide organization is headquartered in Elm Grove, Wis.
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