Action Team Three

Research has shown that it is important for high school students to have opportunities to explore career pathways early on in their education, and to have embarked on a pathway upon reaching high school graduation. Work-related skills and talent attraction/retention are cited as a key area for development by employers, both in our community and in the nation as a whole.

The opportunity for Action Team Three is to establish an effective network between local school districts and employers to build the capacity necessary for students to explore potential career paths before they graduate from high school. Action Team Three kicked off their work in August of 2017. The team is currently exploring how local school districts structure their Academic Career Planning, to identify where students could be missing opportunities and to look for areas of improvement. More information will be added as the team works through our Continuous Improvement Process. For updates, make sure to keep an eye on our News page.

Action Team Three is made up of representatives from three local school districts and The Greater Green Bay Chamber.

Team Leadership

Ann McCotter, Achieve Brown County, Director of Continuous Improvement

Christian Roovers, Achieve Brown County – AmeriCorps VISTA, Continuous Improvement Coordinator

Team Members

Kathleen Farr, Denmark School District

Lori Peacock, Green Bay Area Public School District

Aubrey Schramm, Green Bay Area Public School District

Angela Buchenauer, Howard-Suamico School District

Michele McCormick, Howard-Suamico School District

John Vandermause, Howard-Suamico School District

April Pingel, Greater Green Bay Chamber

 

For more information on Outcome Team 3, click here!

FAFSA Project Team Leadership

Ann McCotter, Achieve Brown County, Director of Continuous Improvement

Rachel Spencer, Achieve Brown County – AmeriCorps VISTA, Continuous Improvement Coordinator

 

FAFSA Project Team Members

Amanda Ashmann, Wells Fargo

Brittany Casanova, Boys & Girls Club of Green Bay

April Pingel, Greater Green Bay Chamber

Sharon Hunter, College Goal Wisconsin

Laura Sinclair, University of Wisconsin—Green Bay

Andrew Mertig, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College

Jessica Rafeld, St. Norbert College

Mitchel Metoxen, Oneida Higher Education