Wisconsin Women in Government Announces 2019-2020 Board of Directors and Leadership Team
MADISON – Wisconsin Women in Government (WWIG), a statewide, nonpartisan, non-profit organization of professional women in and around government service, is pleased to announce the appointment of seven new members to the 2019-2020 Board of Directors as well as the board’s new leadership team.
WWIG welcomes the following new board members:
- Kathy Blumenfeld, Department of Financial Institutions
- Audra Cohen-Plata, U.S. House of Representatives
- Regina Dunkin, Beloit Health System
- Kate Easton, Wisconsin Historical Society
- Kate Levin, State Legislative Leaders Foundation
- Gina Pruski, Wisconsin State Public Defender’s Office
- Alumni member, Annie Early, Schreiber GR Group
The 2019-20 WWIG leadership team includes:
- President Bethany Anderson, Wisconsin State Legislature
- Vice President Rebecca Ballweg, Wisconsin Department of Justice
- Past President Deb Erwin, Xcel Energy
- Treasurer Amanda Graham, Wisconsin State Legislature
- Secretary Teresa Leuth, Anthem, Inc.
“WWIG is fortunate to have such talented and influential women join our board,” WWIG President Bethany Anderson said. “Their shared experiences in the public sector arena will help strengthen our efforts of empowering women working in government throughout the state of Wisconsin.”
Returning Wisconsin Women in Government board members are:
Elizabeth Benz, Network Health Plan; Kristin Chuckel, Wisconsin State Fair Park; Margaret Daun, Milwaukee County Corporation Counsel; Maria Flores, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; Sabrina Gentile, Wisconsin Department of Justice; Gail Good, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources; Nela Kalpic, CODAworx; Willa Panzer, 115th Fighter Wing at the Wisconsin National Guard; Anne Sappenfield, Wisconsin Legislative Council; Hilary Shager, Institute for Research on Poverty; Rose Smyrski, UW Plattville; Myranda Tanck, Platform Communications; Kelly Zagrzebski, Wisconsin Public Service Corporation; Senator Patty Schachtner, Wisconsin State Senate; Representative Jessie Rodriguez, Wisconsin State Assembly.
Wisconsin Women in Government was founded in 1987 to celebrate and support the talented women who choose a career in government service. Over the past 30 years, WWIG has awarded over $1.2 million in scholarships to women pursuing careers in government service, including undergraduate scholarships, Badger Girls State, networking opportunities for professional women and other programs.
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Candidates interested in joining the 2020 Wisconsin Women in Government (WWIG) Board of Directors are reminded to apply by COB this Friday, August 14