Bubbler executive appointments and awards

Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:50 am

Cappy will be new CEO of Outlook Group
Neenah-based Outlook Group recently announced that John Cappy will join the company as chief executive officer, effective Aug. 1.
Cappy will succeed Glen Yurjevich, who will retire. Yurjevich will continue in an advisory role during the transition.
Cappy spent the past 20 years of his career with Appleton Coated LLC and Appleton Papers, serving as CEO from 2005 through 2010. During that time, he re-engineered the company to meet the changing needs of the marketplace. In addition, he developed and led the sales force driving sales growth that far out-paced the market.
Prior to Appleton, Cappy spent 11 years in progressive engineering and general manager roles with Champion International Corp.

Pinstripe adds Zane to health care advisory board
Brookfield-based Pinstripe Healthcare, a division of Pinstripe, Inc., has announced that Ellen Zane, president and chief executive officer of Tufts Medical Center and the Floating Hospital for Children in Boston, Mass., has joined its healthcare advisory board.
"Ellen Zane is a role model for women in the field of healthcare,” said Jill Schwieters, president of Pinstripe Healthcare. “Ellen has effected real change throughout her career and successfully executed complicated organizational turn-arounds.  Her reputation as a leader in the healthcare industry is unparalleled."
Zane is the first woman to run the hospital in its 214-year history, and is also assistant professor in the Department of Medicine, Division of Clinical Care Research at Tufts University School of Medicine.  From 1994 to 2004, Zane held the position of network president for Partners HealthCare System, Inc.
"I think my experience running large healthcare organizations will be valuable in deepening Pinstripe Healthcare’s understanding of the evolving talent needs of our industry,” Zane said. “At the same time, my executive experience and involvement on the boards of directors for other organizations enables me to provide advice and counsel on business development matters.”
Zane is a director of Parexel International, a director of Lincare Holdings, Inc, a director of Fiduciary Trust Company, and a director of Century Capital Management. She is a trustee of George Washington University and is a member of the Health Policy and Management Executive Council at the Harvard School of Public Health. Ms. Zane also is on the Board of Overseers at the Tufts University School of Medicine and immediate past chair of the Board of the Massachusetts Hospital Association.  Zane is a recipient of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Humanitarian Award from the March of Dimes and the Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus’ Abigail Adams Award.
Johnson Bank hires another former M&I executive
Racine-based Johnson Bank has added Peter X. Engel, another former executive at M&I Bank and Harris Bank, as its new executive vice president of consumer banking.
Engel is a former colleague of Johnson Financial Group chief executive officer Tom Bolger, who also held leadership positions at M&I and Harris.
Engel most recently worked at Harris Bank as president of retail banking in Wisconsin, and he previously served as senior vice president of community banking at M&I. 
Engel also currently serves as chairman of the board of directors for the Better Business Bureau of Wisconsin.
“I am happy to add Peter’s leadership, depth of knowledge and experience to our already strong retail banking business,” Bolger said. “I know that Peter and his team will work to consistently deliver the very best experience for our clients.” 
In his new role for Johnson Financial Group, Engel will focus on developing an integrated sales, product and marketing strategy for the company.
“As a Wisconsin-based, Johnson family company, our reputation and long-standing relationships with clients are truly unique” Engel said. “This will be even more important in the future and I’m proud to be part of the team that takes this company to the next level”.
The most recent cover story of BizTimes Milwaukee examined the changes in Milwaukee’s banking landscape in the aftermath of the acquisition of M&I Bank by BMO Financial Group, forming BMO Harris Bank.

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