Christopher Molzahn ’84 Majored in Business Administration. Christopher currently works with Wisconsin Public Service as a substation technician.
Rachel Martin ’05 Majored in Social Work. Rachel currently works with Bellin Health as a social work case manager.
Jalen Karenke ’07 Majored in Urban and Regional Studies. Jalen is currently working as an at-risk student support specialist with the Howard-Suamico School District.
Lacey Cochart ’08 Double majored in Environmental Science and Public Administration. Lacey currently works for the City of Green Bay as deputy city attorney.
Barry Grossmn ’10 Double majored in Philosophy and English and minored in Humanistic Studies. Barry currently works at Lakeshore Technical College as a communications instructor.
Kyle Blechner ’15 Majored in Elementary Education and minored in German. Kyle is currently working for the Oregon School District as an administrative intern.
Mariah Pursley ’16 Double majored in Democracy and Justice Studies and History and minored in Women and Gender Studies. Mariah is currently a program coordinator at the University of Colorado – Colorado Springs.
Paige Konitzer ’16 Majored in Humanistic Studies and double minored in Human Development and Spanish and Latin American Studies. Paige currently works at Western Illinois University as an academic advisor.
Mairin MacTavish ’16 Majored in Integrative Leadership Studies. Mairin currently runs her own business, Valkyrie Protective Services, LLC.
Nicholas Sadler ’16 Majored in Business Administration. Nicholas currently works at Aegon Asset Management as a property tax analyst.
Brekken Gonzales ’18 Majored in Business Administration and minored in Spanish and Latin American Studies. Brekken currently works at Treehouse Foods as a customer service and fulfillment specialist.
Jolene Sheil ’86 Double majored in Political Science and Public & Environmental Administration. Jolene is currently the Director of Focus on Energy Programs with the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin.
Christine Stunyo ’00 Business Administration major and Communication minor. Christine is currently the Chief Human Resources Officer with Ingevity Corporation.
Long before he was the chief client and sales officer at Juvare, Sam Klietz was marching the halls of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay as an open-minded scholar. Klietz credits the university for instilling a love of learning along with his commitment to camaraderie, the values that have driven Klietz’s success at Juvare and beyond.
Klietz, working alongside his colleagues at Juvare, has helped communities and organizations across the country use state-of-the-art technology to empower emergency preparedness and response to protect people, property, and brands. This was very much reflected when Juvare was implemented in hospitals across the country to help control COVID-19. Using Juvare tech to regulate vaccine administration as well as contact tracing and case management, health care providers were able to promptly manage vaccinations and quarantines.
Sam is a great representation of the prestige that surrounds the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Throughout his career, he has shown what it means to fully embrace Green Bay’s values. Sam graduated from UW-Green Bay in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in Human Biology.
Brian Rammer recently became the new Director of Alumni Relations at UW-Green Bay. Since graduating from his alma mater with a degree in Elementary Education, Brian has worked in education and non-profit work, focusing on building relationships, meeting the needs of members, staff and community and fulfilling the mission of the organizations in which he has served. In his role here at UW-Green Bay, he will strive to provide alumni with meaningful opportunities to connect and give back and to offer events and programs to assist graduates in their personal and professional journey.
Brian previously served as Executive Director at the Fox West YMCA. He also held various roles within the YMCA of the Fox Cities for more than 30 years and has been active in various community and professional organizations. After graduating from UW-Green Bay, he taught science and social studies at Stockbridge Middle School. He also holds a master’s degree in Educational Administration from Marian University.
Matthew Andres ’00 Public Administration major. Supervisor of GP Computer Operations for Georgia-Pacific.
Valerie Mann ’03 Environmental Science major. Valerie recently began a new position as Raptor Educator with Open Door Bird Sanctuary.
Brian Bar ’09 Psychology major with a minor in Human Development. Associate Director of Career Development and Alumni Relations at George Mason University.
Emily Vogels ’13 Human Development and Psychology major with a minor in English. Research Associate for Pew Research Center.
Chuenhua Ho ’15 Human Development major. Training Specialist for Little Kickers Swim School.
Megan Leonard-Bisenius ’15 Arts Management major with a minor in History. Megan recently began a new position as Assistant Director of Administration & Operations with UW-Green Bay Housing & Residential Education.
Mackenzie Morey ’21 Communications major. Mackenzie recently started her own wedding beauty service business, 715Beautify.
Hear from faculty on how these spaces will enhance student-community interactions.
Chat with current students.
Network with campus board members, community leaders and industry professionals.
Completion of each of these new spaces was made possible with the help of partners with a shared vision including the Green Bay Packers, the Charles Schwab Foundation, Nicolet National Bank, Mersberger Financial Group and many more.
These spaces will connect students with experts, giving them the opportunity to discover what’s next in finance, investing and wealth management.
Thursday, May 5, 2022
4:30 to 5:30 p.m. | Tour
5:30 to 6 p.m. | Program
6 to 7 p.m. | Tour
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
2420 Nicolet Drive, Green Bay, WI
Rosewood Cafe | Wood Hall
The Cofrin School of Business is working to advance the economic prosperity and entrepreneurial spirit of our region by aligning programs with area needs and providing transformative undergraduate and graduate education. A special thank you to our network of community advisors who help guide program offering and build partnerships among students, faculty, staff, and businesses.