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The Alzheimer’s Association Greater Wisconsin Chapterserves 52 counties in central and northern Wisconsin and one county in Minnesota; providing local information, education, support, and advocacy.
To eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.
A world without Alzheimer's disease.
The Alzheimer's Association's Greater Wisconsin Chapter is a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) nonprofit, donor-supported organization. Programs and services are made possible through contributions from individuals, corporations and foundations. The chapter uses funds raised to provide programs and services in the communities we serve, as well as to assist with ongoing research efforts. Our chapter prides itself in maintaining a low expense to income ratio, proudly and consistently keeping administrative and fundraising costs below the national average of twenty-five percent.
The Greater Wisconsin Chapter operates as a 501(c)3 not for profit organization with a Board of Directors that meets regularly. Our strategic plan has been approved by our Board of Directors and is reviewed on an ongoing basis.
Thank you to our Volunteer Board for the years of dedicated service to the Association.
The 2013 Board of Directors
President: Brad Beckman, Hudson
Vice President: Diana Brown, Green Bay
Treasurer: David Loritz, De Pere
Secretary: Katie Dykes, Green Bay
Jim Brust, Pelican Lake
Stephanie La Plant, Stevens Point
Pat Richardson, Woodruff
Shannon Todd, Elk Mound
Jackie Waalen, New Richmond
Daniel Walsh, De Pere
Bonnie Weyers, Shawano
Larry White, Onalaska
Since our incorporation in 1986, we have seen many changes and celebrated many successes. As part of a nationwide organization of seventy-eight chapters, we together are present locally in over 300 communities across the country. With the support of our national office in Chicago and Public Policy Office in Washington, DC, we are working globally and speaking locally to raise awareness, educate, provide supportive services and advocate...we're on the MOVE to end Alzheimer's!
Kathleen Albert, Fox Valley
Kathryn Baier, Fox Valley
Beverly Bartlett,Green Bay
Sharlene Bellefeuille, Spooner
Julene Bowe, Chippewa Valley
Freda Carlson, Ashland
Amy Chick, Wausau
Brandon Erkkila,Green Bay
Katie Evans, Chippewa Valley
Jeanette Reitzel, Barron
Julie St. Pierre, Rhinelander
Allie Swatek, Wausau
Dawn Tubbs, Chippewa Falls
Brett Williams, La Crosse
Kim Kinner, Executive Director
Diana Butz, Development & Marketing Director
Kathy Davies, Fund Development Director
Joan Litwitz, Program Director
Mark Roberts, Operations & Support Administrator
Julie Shelton, Communications & Marketing Specialist
March 2012 - Greater Wisconsin Staff