Dr. Sherri Ann Charleston, UW-Madison
Dr. Sherri Ann Charleston, UW–Madison assistant vice provost and chief affirmative action officer, accepted a new position as Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer for Harvard University. Charleston oversaw many of UW's most groundbreaking and rigorous diversity and inclusion programs, including the First Wave Hip Hop and Urban Arts Learning Community, the Posse program, the Employee Disability Resources office and the Office of Strategic Diversity Research and Planning.
Wendy Crone, UW-Madison
Wendy Crone published her second book, Introduction to Engineering Research, with Morgan&Claypool publishers in June 2020. A guide to mastering the skills and tools for becoming a successful researcher, the book is written for undergraduate and first-year graduate students in engineering. This book helps ensure that new researchers are prepared to conduct, document, and share their research effectively while also safeguarding their health and wellbeing.
Eve Galanter, PBS Wisconsin
Eve Galanter was elected to a three-year term on the PBS Wisconsin Board of Directors. Public television is one of Eve's longtime favorite organizations and she is looking forward to the challenges and opportunities ahead!
Barbara Hughes, Johnson Teigen, LLC
Barbara S. Hughes retired after 34 years of client law practice in special needs, elder law, and estate planning and administration. She will continue to be active on some state and national Bar committees and will be available to Johnson Teigen's attorneys as a consultant.
Frances Huntley-Cooper, Madison College Board of Directors
Frances Huntley-Cooper was re-appointed to serve another three years on the Madison College Board and will remain board chair for 2020-2021
Carol Johnson, Make-A-Wish Wisconsin
Carol Johnson became the Madison Regional Director of Make-A-Wish Wisconsin. She will oversee a seven-county area, including Dane, Columbia, Sauk, Iowa, Lafayette, Green and Rock Counties. Her responsibilities will include raising funds and awareness to help grant the more than 60 wishes currently in progress in the region.
Robin Stroebel, InteriorLOGIC, Inc.
Robin Stroebel was interviewed by the Independent Women’s Forum, a D.C.-based organization that develops economic and public policy of particular concern to women, as part of their "Chasing Work" series. Robin discusses her work advocating for a new bill in Wisconsin that modernizes the existing law--which was passed in 1996--to recognize the expertise of Wisconsin Registered Interior Designers (WRID) and allow them to prepare and submit their own code compliant documents for approval for construction.