Community Foundation welcomes new board member
For the City Times
WAUSAU — The Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin welcomed a new board and others to its executive committee.
Kathy Drengler began her first three-year term in April.
“We take great pride in recruiting new board members who are elected to strategically invest the gifts of our donors, direct disbursements of the Foundation’s assets, and plan for the community’s long-term good,” said Tim Parker, president/CEO of the Community Foundation. “We feel fortunate to have a wealth of individuals who reflect the strengths of our community.”
Drengler recently retired from her role as vice president of human resources for Greenheck. During her 34-year Greenheck career, she held several positions in both finance and human resources.
Kathy has a bachelor’s degree in managerial accounting from UW-Stevens Point, she is a Certified Public Accountant, and a master’s degree in training and development from UW-Stout.
Peter Gaffaney serve as chair of the board, succeeding chair Chris Pfender. Gaffaney is senior vice president at Robert W. Baird & Co.
He is joined on the foundation’s executive committee by: Ann Werth, retired city administrator, vice chair; Dave Eisenreich, retired business executive, secretary; and Ben Reif, Wausau Coated Products, treasurer.
Returning board members include Lisa Dodson, Medical College Central Wisconsin; Ryan Gallagher, Rocket Industrial; Will Hsu, Hsu’s Ginseng Enterprises; Melissa Kampmann, Ruder Ware; Jeremy Lewitzke, L&S Electric; Steve Schmidt, retired business executive; and Emily Voss, Voss Studios.
The Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin is a nonprofit community corporation “created by and for the people of north central Wisconsin and exists to enhance the vibrancy of our region.”