Two regional leaders named to New North board
Bohn, Dulcamara represent charter members of economic development organization
NEW NORTH, May 11, 2015 – A pair of regional leaders – Bill Bohn of Associated Bank and Pete Dulcamara of Kimberly-Clark – have been named to the board of directors of New North Inc., Tim Weyenberg, chair of the board development committee, announced. The two were approved at the April New North board meeting.
“Bill and Pete represent companies which have been charter members of the New North organization and board,” says Weyenberg. “Both of these talented individuals bring a corporate commitment to regional economic development, along with an excellent reputation in the pillars of the New North: talent development, business development and branding.”
Bohn is executive vice president of private client and institutional services at Associated Banc-Corp, Green Bay. In that role, he oversees and directs the Private Banking, Trust, Investment Management, Employee Benefit and Insurance lines of business. Bohn also serves as president of Associated Trust Company and chairman of Associated Financial Group. He holds a B.A. degree in economics from Marquette University, along a J.D. degree from the Marquette Law School, and has been with Associated since 1997.
Dulcamara is vice president of corporate research & engineering at Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Neenah. He leads advanced scientific research and technology development to all business sectors and all regions of the global company. Prior to joining Kimberly-Clark in 2006, Dulcamara spent 18 years as a research engineer, research manager and global R&D director at The Dow Chemical Company. Dulcamara holds a B.S. degree in chemistry from Cameron University, along with B.S. and M.S. degrees in chemical engineering from Oklahoma State University.