Nonprofit People and Awards

  • PEARLS for Teen Girls, Inc., has hired Christy Miller as its new development director. She has more than 12 years of experience in program development, organizational operations and donor relations in the nonprofit sector specifically related to youth-serving organizations. 

  • Easter Seals Southeast Wisconsin recently welcomed Pete Papageorge of Century Services; Jeffery Blakely of CVS Pharmacy; and Robert Ranus, retired Roundy’s Inc., to its volunteer board of directors.
  • MargaretAnn’s Place, Wisconsin’s Center of Hope for Grieving Children, welcomes Carrie Lemke as Director of Development. Lemke will organize and lead fund development efforts to support children and their families in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Racine and Kenosha, including Camp Erin (Aug. 26-28) in Lake Geneva, which is funded in part by the Moyer Foundation.
  • March of Dimes Wisconsin Chapter recently added Cinthia Christensen, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin; Jacob Lenell of Clifton Gunderson, and Lisa Jentsch of Children’s Hospital and Health System and Taylor Trovillion, a student at Marquette University and a March of Dimes National Youth Council member have been added to the organization’s board of directors.
  • Milwaukee-based Journey House has restructured its administrative team.Michele Bria has been promoted to chief executive officer, Steve Stanislawski has been promoted to director of operations, Cherise Myers has been promoted to director of community relations, Charles Brown will continue to serve as youth programs director but will also spearhead the 2011 capitol campaign for the organization.

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