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Position Title: Development Specialist (Green Bay)

Job Description 

Reporting to the Development Director, the Development Specialist is accountable for the performance

and success of fundraising events and strategies across a Wisconsin service territory to meet revenue goals. This person will mobilize and manage volunteers, execute multiple Walk to End Alzheimer’s®, and plan and execute other special events and fundraising initiatives according to timelines and best practices. The position can be based in either the De Pere or Wausau office. Frequent travel is required throughout our chapter’s region.

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Position Title: Program Director (Green Bay)  

Job Description 

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Program Director organizes, plans, staffs and directs the programs and services of the Alzheimer's Association's Greater Wisconsin Chapter. This position is responsible for monitoring and evaluating program activities to ensure best practices are utilized and strategic plans are fully executed in the community to achieve strategic plan goals. He/she provides leadership, supervision and mentorship to the Greater Wisconsin staff and volunteers. This position is located in our De Pere office with travel within the 52-county chapter region.

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Position Title: Office Administrator (Green Bay)

Job Description

The Office Administrator provides key administrative and office support for the Executive Director and all staff of the Alzheimer's Association Greater Wisconsin. Responsibilities include donation receipt and processing, accounts payable and receivable, office inventory management, meeting coordination and prep, travel arrangements, program and development support and receptionist duties.

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Position Title: Outreach Specialist (Green Bay)

Job Description

The Outreach Specialist is primarily responsible for supporting the Program Director via coordination and presentation of educational programs in the community, provision of support and assistance to individuals with Alzheimer's disease and their family and overseeing the provision of caregiver or early stage support groups in counties assigned to their geographic area. The Outreach Specialist also provides information to the Executive Director as needed.

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Our Chapter

The Alzheimer’s Association Greater Wisconsin Chapter serves 52 counties in eastern, central, northern and western Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Chapters

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Our History


Thank you to our Volunteer Board for the dedicated service to the Association.

Board of Directors

Kristin Alfheim, Green Bay

Racquel Bell, Lac du Flambeau

Katie Dykes, Green Bay

Paula Gibson, Eau Claire

Suzanne Koss, Green Bay

Becky Reichelt, Kaukauna

Julie Siefert, Green Bay

Jackie Waalen, New Richmond

Daniel Walsh, De Pere

Walt Zerrenner, Appleton


Chapter Staff

Laurie Schill, Executive Director - 920.469.2110 

Kathy Davies, Program and Advocacy Director - 715.869.2667

Sarah Seeger, Development Director - 920.469.2110

Mark Roberts, Operations & Support Administrator - 920.469.2110

Tasha Beestman, Outreach Specialist, Wausau - 715.845.7000

Sharlene Bellefeuille, Outreach Specialist, Chippewa Valley - 715.720.7611

Julene Bowe, Outreach Specialist, Chippewa Valley - 715.720.7611

Vicki Johnson, Outreach Specialist, Green Bay - 920.469.2110

Julie St. Pierre, Outreach Specialist, Rhinelander - 715.362.7779

Melissa Huempfner, Development Specialist, Green Bay - 920.260.4878

Abbe Klien, Communications Manager, Green Bay - 920.260.4682

Libby Fandry, Development Specialist, Chippewa Valley - 715.720.7611  






Alzheimer's Association

Our vision: A world without Alzheimer's disease®.
Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.