GBOSS (Green Bay One Stop Shop) welcomed Erinn Aubry as an Enrollment Services Front Desk Advisor on December 9, 2015! Erin is originally from Oconto, WI, and has a degree in Business Administration with a Finance emphasis and a Human Development Minor from the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay. Before her employment at GBOSS, Erinn worked at Rassmussen College for two years. Erinn is married to Erik Aubry, and enjoys spending time with their two rescue dogs, Layla (an American Bulldog) and Charlie (an American Staffordshire Terrier). Welcome, Erinn!
The Department of Athletics welcomes Tara Dowling as the Assistant Swimming and Diving Coach! Tara is originally from Marquette, Michigan, and has a degree in Health and Fitness Management from Northern Michigan University, where she was a three-time captain of the NMU Swim and Dive Team. She has previously served as the Head Swim Coach at De Pere High School. Tara enjoys running, biking, being outdoors, and spending time with family and friends. Welcome, Tara!
The Office of Admissions and the Registrar’s Office welcome Raelynn Bohrmueller as a Student Services Specialist! Raelynn is a May, 2015 graduate of UWGB, with a bachelor’s degree in Human Development. She previously worked at Home Instead Senior Care. Her sister is currently a freshman at UWGB, and is pictured with Raelynn (Raelynn is the one on the right). Raelynn grew up on a goat farm and one of her favorite things to do is shoot archery. Welcome, Raelynn!
The Office of Human Resources welcomes Julie Flenz, who started as a Human Resources Assistant on August 10, 2015. As a proud UW-Green Bay Alumna, Julie has worked in many different areas since graduation. Prior to starting at UWGB, she was a Staffing Assistant at a local staffing agency, an office manager for a mental health clinic, and a receptionist for a recycling company. Along with those positions, she has also been building her Mary Kay business for the last nine years. Julie is originally from Appleton. Welcome, Julie!
The Social Work Program welcomes Dana Strohm, who will be starting as a Lecturer and Child Welfare Coordinator on August 24, 2015. Dana is a graduate of UW-Whitewater and UW-Milwaukee where he obtained a Bachelor’s and Master’s in Social Work. He specifically holds expertise in the practice area of child welfare. For the past four years, he has been working as a child protective services supervisor in the north central part of Wisconsin. He also has provided adjunct teaching opportunities for the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, UW-Whitewater, Northcentral Technical College, and Mid-State technical college, since obtaining his master’s degree. Dana provides community service in the form of community organizing, engaged as the Chair of the Waupaca County Caucus 4 Progress, organizing the Mission of Hope: Waupaca event last April, and has had numerous appointments on community boards related to the education and social services of children. Dana is also an avid traveler and reader of historical thrillers in the fiction genre. He is originally from Lake Geneva, WI. Welcome, Dana!
The departments of Natural and Applied Sciences and Human Biology welcome Sara Krouse who will be starting as an Academic Department Associate on August 24, 2015. Sara has previously served as a librarian in the WI Department of Corrections for five years, the last three working closely with inmates with severe mental health needs. She earned her Bachelors in English from Carthage College and Masters in Library and Information Science from UW-Milwaukee. She is looking forward to becoming involved in her new community Algoma in the art and downtown growth. Welcome, Sara!
Loretta Rafter started as a University Services Associate 2 on September 22, 2014. She provides support for the American Intercultural Center, Incusive Excellence, and the Pride Center. She is originally from Chicago, and moved to Green Bay 10 years ago. Before working for the University, she worked as in a temporary role at the Phoenix Bookstore for 7 years. Welcome Loretta!
The Austin E. Cofrin School of Business welcomes Nilesh Sah as an Assistant Professor of Finance! Nilesh is moving to UW-GB from University of South Florida (USF) where he completed his Ph.D. in Business Administration (specializing in Finance). During his doctoral studies, Nilesh was also a Visiting Instructor at the University of Central Florida (UCF) for a couple of semesters. He holds an MBA and a Bachelors Degree (Technology) from premier institutes in India. He has significant teaching experience and has taught a wide range of courses in Finance at USF and UCF. He has also published and presented research articles at internationally renowned journals and conferences. Nilesh is looking forward to his journey from Tampa Bay to Green Bay! Welcome, Nilesh!
The Center for BioDiversity welcomes Whitney Passint as a Research Specialist! Whitney is working as the Outreach and Education Coordinator for the Lower Fox River Watershed Monitoring Program. She earned her bachelor of science degree in Zoology and Environmental Studies from UW-Madison, and her master of science degree in Environmental Science and Policy from UW-Green Bay. Whitney is from Rice Lake, Wisconsin. Welcome, Whitney!