ACG Wisconsin: Announces Board of Directors

MILWAUKEE—July 14, 2006—The Association for Corporate Growth Wisconsin has announced its board of directors for 2006-2007, which includes leaders in corporations, private equity, finance and professional service firms who are involved in corporate growth and development.


“We believe that the quality and diversity of this term’s board of directors will help ACG WI further distinguish itself as a leading authority on corporate growth,” said James Kettinger, President of ACG WI. “Comprised of some of Southeast Wisconsin’s foremost business leaders, this year’s board will provide ACG-WI members with leadership that is focused on providing chapter activities that increase corporate growth and value.”


In addition to Kettinger, the ACG – WI board members include William Goodman, Executive VP of Programs, Bruce Johnson, VP of Membership, and Andrew Sawyer as Treasurer, with Peter Coffey, John Fowler, Frank Krejci, Kenneth Krueger, Neil Leland, Linda Mertz, Ronald Miller, Laurance Newman, David Pelisek, John Scheibel, John Shiely, Peter Sommerhauser, Paul Stewart, Todd Teske, Jeffrey Trader, Tom Walton and Scott Wrobbel serving as Directors.


ACG WI holds monthly chapter meetings, which feature market-leading corporate professionals who speak to their strategies and successes in achieving growth and development. These meetings, which are held from September through May, also provide multiple opportunities for members to meet local people with similar professional interests and backgrounds. Individuals who would like to learn more about ACG WI membership are encouraged to contact Becky Fisher at 262-532-2440.


The Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) is the premier global organization for professionals involved in corporate growth, corporate development, and mergers and acquisitions. Boasting 48 chapters and 9,000 members worldwide, with over 150 members in Wisconsin, ACG offers a dynamic networking community that provides unparalleled opportunities for enhancing an organization’s corporate growth strategies, deal making, and professional development activities. For more information about the ACG and ACG WI, please visit