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Our Board of Directors

  • Commercial/Farm Ranch Operations Manager
    American Family Insurance

    "I've been involved with literacy for several years and I think it is such an important skill set to have to live the life that you want to live."

  • Attorney
    Godfrey and Kahn, S.C.

    “Working towards the goal of universal literacy means working to level a playing field that most people don’t realize needs leveling.”

  • Director, Library & Patient Education Services and GetWellNetwork
    Gundersen Health System

    "Literacy is an essential life skill. I have experienced firsthand the benefits of literacy tutoring."

  • Business Analytics Manager
    American Family Insurance Claims Services

  • Executive Director
    Adult Learning Center

    "Literacy is essential for people to actively participate in their lives. Literacy and numeracy fundamentals give people the confidence to seek their own answers and follow their own dreams."

  • Foreign Language and Adult Literacy Librarian
    Milwaukee Public Library Drop-In Adult Tutoring Program

    “The support of Wisconsin Literacy is invaluable when working with lifelong learners and refugees. With their support, we are able to provide important resources for the citizens of Milwaukee and make a difference in their lives through literacy.”

  • Director of Literacy and Mathematics
    Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

    "I believe that literacy is important because it plays a significant role in reducing gender, race / ethnicity, socioeconomic, linguistic, ability, and religious inequities that favor one group over another."

  • President
    Baraboo Literacy Council

  • Executive Director
    Madym, Inc.

  • Director of Brand Marketing and Communications
    Bellin Health

  • Community Health Initiatives Director
    Milwaukee Health Care Partnership

    “Health equity means having a fair and just opportunity to live your healthiest life possible. Opportunity hinges on awareness and access, which is dependent on us increasing health literacy by tailoring approaches to serve the individuals and communities most burdened by inequities.”

  • Director of Social Responsibility
    CUNA Mutual

    "Literacy is the foundation on which a solid educational structure is built. It is the key to empowering individuals."

  • Associate Professor
    Social and Administrative Sciences
    University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy

    "Literacy is important for individuals to engage in their community. It is a foundation for enhancing physical, social and mental wellbeing."

  • Staff Assistant for the Mayor of the City of Milwaukee

    “Education is important and it is an ongoing process and at Wisconsin literacy they have the resources for individuals to improve and enhance their daily lives and those of their families.”