WISCONSIN RAPIDS, WI
United Way of South Wood & Adams Counties held its 2022 Annual Meeting last night at Prevail Bank, welcoming new incoming directors and thanking outgoing directors for all their time and hard work.
Recognition of outgoing directors included:
- Phil Hartley
- Cynthia Henke
- Pam Mallek
- Emily Weiler
- Doug Wenzlaff
During last night’s meeting, the 2023 officers were elected:
- President Brian Hanson
- Vice President Dale Bikowski
- Secretary Lynn Knight
- Treasurer Nathan Quinnell
Directors elected with three-year terms:
- Daryl Castona – Domtar
- Heather Gehrt – Wood County
- Greg Hartjes – Econ Electric
- Justin Huebner – Solarus
- Shawn Johnston – Mead Witter Foundation
- Julanne Ranek-Stoltz – Community Member
And finally, the board thanked Shalina Wollschlager for her service as the 2022 President. Wollschlager welcomed Brian Hanson as the 2023 Board President.
United Way thanks Prevail Bank for hosting the 2022 Annual Meeting. The 2022 Annual Report can be viewed at www.uwswac.org.
The 2023 United Way of South Wood & Adams Counties Board of Directors. Front row (from left): CEO – Tari Jahns, Heather Gehrt, Jessica Fox, Jada McDougall, Julanne Ranek-Stoltz. Middle row: Secretary – Lynn Knight, Greg Hartjes, Shalina Wollschlager, Daryl Castona, Keith Wilkes. Back Row: Brian Dewitt, Justin Huebner, Vice President – Dale Bikowski, President – Brian Hanson, Craig Broeren, Shawn Johnston. Not pictured: Jason Deitz, Shelly Mondeik and Treasurer – Nathan Quinnell.
A big thank you to our outgoing directors: Phil Hartley, Cynthia Henke, Emily Weiler, Doug Wenzlaff. Not Pictured: Pam Mallek
About United Way of South Wood & Adams Counties
United Way of South Wood & Adams Counties is focused on changing and strengthening lives in our community. We mobilize our community in the areas of: Education, Financial Stability, Health and Safety Net Services supporting partner programs, community coalitions, and initiatives; providing 2-1-1 and Volunteer Center programs; and creating collaborative partnerships within our community.
You can help by engaging with us, uniting to create a thriving community. To learn more please visitwww.uwswac.org.