Ten individuals have been appointed to serve as advisers on the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Chancellor’s Council of Advisers. The 10 new members of the UW Oshkosh Chancellor’s Council of Advisers bring total membership on the board to 26. The board provides advice and input on major issues to UW Oshkosh Chancellor Richard H. Wells.
The new members of the Chancellor’s Council of Advisers are:
- Kerry Arent, vice president of human resources for Appleton;
- Michael Hochholzer, senior vice president and investment officer for Associated Bank;
- Barry Johnson, retired physics and astronomy professor from UW Oshkosh;
- Todd Kelsey, senior vice president at Plexus Corp.;
- Tom Melsen, vice president at Kimberly-Clark;
- Carol Sanders, chief financial officer for Jewelers Mutual Insurance;
- Scott Spiller, vice president and chief legal officer for Alliance Laundry Systems;
- Michael Waite, president and chief executive officer for Menasha Packaging;
- Margie Weiss, owner of Weiss Health Group; and
- Tom Wiltzius, senior vice president for Right Management.
Other members of the UW-Oshkosh Chancellor’s Council of Advisers are Dave Ellis, director of corporate business development for J. J. Keller; Fran Finley, hospital administrator for Aurora Medical Center; Mike Goudreau, co-owner of Discovery Properties; Elizabeth Hartman, chief executive officer of CHAMCO; Bill Heaney, retired co-owner of the Oshkosh Northwestern; Robert Hernke, leader of corporate and community relations for Wisconsin Public Service; Barbara Herzog, assistant superintendent of the Oshkosh Area School District; J. Peter Jungbacker, president of Alexander and Bishop; John Lenz, president of CMS Research; Dan Neufelder, CEO of Affinity Health Systems; Susan Panek, executive director of Oshkosh Area United Way; Doug Pearson, executive director of Chamco; Tom Pech Jr., market manager for Bemis; Russ Reff, attorney; David Rust, retired vice president for Plexus Corp.; W. John Stoddart, retired president of Oshkosh Defense; Joan Wade, administrator of CESA 6.