Director, Marketing & Communications
The program’s Alumni Association selects board of directors and seeks past participants to join
APPLETON, Wis. (September 18, 2018) – The Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce has announced the inception of an official Alumni Association for its long-standing program, Leadership Fox Cities (LFC). Since 1991, Leadership Fox Cities has been driven by the mission of teaching participants to be imaginative and informed leaders in the community while preparing them for leadership roles in their place of business as well as the Fox Cities. The newly established LFC Alumni Association (LFCAA) will actively support positive change through leadership development by providing resources to individuals and organizations in the Fox Cities. Membership in the LFCAA is open to all graduates of LFC.
The LFCAA is coordinated by a Board of Directors and committees. Networking opportunities, service events, social events and advanced leadership education will be provided for LFCAA members throughout the year.
Past LFC participants can apply to join the official LFCAA by submitting an online application found at foxcitieschamber.com. LFCAA participants are requested to provide an annual donation of $50 per year or a lifetime contribution of $500. (A percentage of this contribution is tax deductible.)
As a member of the LFCAA participants will have the opportunity to:
- Network with LFC Alumni
- Serve in leadership roles on the LFCAA board and committees
- Volunteer with LFC alumni projects
- Participate in professional leadership education, service projects and social networking events
- Connect with current and future LFC projects
- Financially support LFC projects and scholarships
Selected LFCAA Board members for the August 2018 through July 2021 term include: Board President, Mathew Brehmer; Vice-President, Lindsay Fenlon; Treasurer, Adam Pritzl; Secretary, Kelcie Klueskens; and Board of Directors Sara Folk, Scott Jensen, Aaron Olson and Amy Schanke.
“As LFC Alumni, we all remember the level excitement and emotion each LFC day ignited inside of us; the LFC Alumni Association hopes to recreate that excitement and emotion for its members through continuing the conversation from our LFC days,” shared LFCAA President Matthew Brehmer of Remley & Sensenbrenner, S.C. “We hope to do this through more leadership development, networking opportunities, educational events and community service, while also supporting each new LFC class annually through scholarships and other support.”
Applications for the Leadership Fox Cities Alumni Associations are now being accepted online at http://bit.ly/LFCAA-app. To learn more, please visit the Fox Cities Chamber website atfoxcitieschamber.com or contact Amy Schanke, Director of Leadership Fox Cities at (920) 734-7101 or by email at [email protected].