New Employees

Congratulations Ryan Ledvina!

Starting March 20, 2019, Ryan Ledvina will transition from a Help Desk Professional to a Desktop Administrator in the Division of Information Technology.

Congratulations, Ryan!

Welcome Major Cooper!

On March 18, 2019, the Admissions department welcomed Major Cooper as the Assistant Director of Admissions for Regional Recruitment.

Major comes to UW-Green Bay from the University of Kentucky where he worked for 7 months and Marquette University where he worked for 1 year. He has an M.P.A. and a B.A. in Psychology.

Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, Major enjoys jogging and is a member of the Memphis Urban League Young Professionals and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. He has three sisters.

Welcome, Major!

Welcome Cassidy Weiss!

On March 1, 2019, the Athletics department welcomed Cassidy Weiss as an Assistant Coach for Women’s Soccer.

Prior to coming to UW-Green Bay, Cassidy was a Graduate Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach at Northern State University. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from St. Cloud State University and a Master of Science in Education from Northern State University. She is originally from Cottage Grove, WI.

Welcome, Cassidy!

Welcome Stephanie Schultz!

On March 11, 2019, the Health and Counseling department welcomed Stephanie Schultz as a Counselor.

Stephanie comes to UW-Green Bay from Spade’s Counseling Agency where she spent 5 years and Libertas after 1 year. She has a MA in Counseling from Lakeland University, a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies/Human Development from UW-Green Bay, and a 360 Hour Comprehensive AODA Education Certificate from FVTC.

In her free time, Stephanie is involved with NAMI Walks, and Teen Activities for The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Green Bay. She enjoys cooking, reading, and spending time with her family. She is a semi-newly married mother of one sweet and exuberant toddler. She says “We’re a happy little family of three” and originally from West Branch, MI.

Welcome, Stephanie!

Congratulations Brian Rabideau!

Starting March 3, 2019, Brian Rabideau will transition from a Custodian to a Facilities Repair Worker on the Marinette Campus.

Congratulations, Brian!

Welcome Heather Masters!

On February 18, 2019, the Human Biology department welcomed Heather Masters as the Dietetic Internship Director.

Heather previously worked at Northwestern Medicine for 4 years. She went to Northern Illinois University where she got a Masters of Science, Dietetics. She did her undergraduate work at UW-Stevens Point getting a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics.

She enjoys trail running, traveling, camping, canoeing/kayaking, snowboarding, cooking, reading, spending time with family and friends. She is originally from Berlin, WI. She has a husband, Jordan, and a cat, Kanga. She is looking forward to moving back to her home state.

Welcome, Heather!

Welcome Elizabeth Stenson!

On February 18, 2019, the Operations department welcomed Elizabeth Stenson as a Custodian.

Welcome, Elizabeth!

Welcome Jena Fritz!

On February 18, 2019, the Manitowoc and Sheboygan Academic Advising departments welcomed Jean Fritz as an Academic Advisor.

Jena has previously worked for Sheboygan County Economic Support for 3 years, Bank First National for 2 years, and UW-Sheboygan for 4 years. She holds a Masters degree in Student Personnel Administration from Concordia University and a Bachelor of Arts – Spanish from UW-La Crosse.

In her free time, Jena enjoys gardening, baking, and sports when time permits. With two small children, she really enjoys soaking up every moment of their childhood. Her family has a cabin in Shawano and if she is not at home on the weekends, that’s where she will be! Jena plays in local recreational sports leagues and is currently fully engulfed in raising her two children. She hopes to find other ways to be involved and connect to the community in the coming months.

Jena has been married to her husband, Drew, for 5 years and they have two sons, Oliver who is 3 and Emmitt who is 6 months. She is originally from Cascade, WI.

She has been out of the realm of higher education for some time but is looking forward to “hitting the ground running” and getting back into it. She has a passion for helping people discover their potential and looks forward to what the future will bring!

Welcome, Jena!

Congratulations Julianne Crayton!

Starting February 4, 2019, Julianne Crayton will transition from University Services Program Associate – Business Operations to the Assistant Director of Residence Life – Operations in Residence Life.

Congratulations, Julianne!

Welcome Jason Spain!

On January 14, 2019, Jason Spain started as the new Head Women’s Soccer Coach in Athletics.

Jason comes to UW-Green Bay from Minot State University where he coached for the last 9 years. In his free time Jason likes to coach youth soccer and play strategy board games.

He holds a B.S. in History and is originally from Sutter, California. He has a wife Catherine and six children.

Welcome, Jason!