PEARLS for Teen Girls: Welcomes two new board members

August 2022– Milwaukee, WI– PEARLS for Teen Girls, the Milwaukee leadership
development program serving girls middle school through high school, has appointed two new members to their board of directors.

The two new board members are Lanelle Ramey, Executive Director of MENTOR Greater
Milwaukee, and Anne Chapman, Research Director at the Wisconsin Association of School
Business Official.

“I joined the board because of the leadership of Gerry and the commitment that PEARLS has had on serving young women since its inception,” said Ramey. “I am looking forward to sharing program ideas and supporting the growth and collaboration opportunities that PEARLS can have in our community.”

The new additions join 18 current board members: Beth Myers (Board Chair) Community
Volunteer, Laura Arnow of Arnow & Associates (Finance Chair & Board Treasurer), Kadie
Jelenchick (Governance Chair) of Foley & Lardner LLP, Tressa Knutson Bruggink (Marketing and Communications Chair) of Rockwell Automation, Vanaya Grice of Northwestern Mutual (Fund Development Chair), Margaret Henningsen (Secretary) Community Volunteer, Jen Dirks of TEMPO Milwaukee, Tyra Eiland, a Community Volunteer, Luke Kasten of PNC Wealth Management, , Lisa Long of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Michelle Greene of Cardinal Health, Anthony McHenry of Milwaukee Academy of Science, Nicholas Nedostup of Xylem, Inc., Lori Richards of Mueller Communications, Caitlin Cullen of Riverwest Food Pantry, Sharain Horn of
Advocate Aurora, PEARLS Alumna, Shaqueda Parnell of Blue Cross Blue Shield), and Bridget Donahue of Manpower Brand.