The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Business Success Center board of directors voted Jan. 22 to add three new board members.
The members are: Ken Arneson, Ann Franz and Mark Rohloff.
In the Oshkosh community, Arneson is president and CEO of Evergreen Retirement Community, a role he’s held for 13 years. Arneson also sits on the Oshkosh Chamber board of directors, the licensing board for nursing home administrators for the state, the grant committee for the Women’s Fund of the Oshkosh Area Community Foundation and coaches youth basketball for the Oshkosh West Basketball club.
Franz is the strategic partnerships manager for Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. She also serves as the coordinator for NEW Manufacturing Alliance, North Coast Marine Manufacturing Alliance and the Greater Green Bay Healthcare Alliance. Franz also serves on the Greater Green Bay Chamber of Commerce’s Partners in Education board and volunteers for the marketing committee for Options for Living and serves as a Junior Achievement teacher and marriage mentor.
Oshkosh City Manager Rohloff has been in his role with the city since 2008; he has more than 30 year of experience working in local government. Rohloff serves on the board of directors for the League of Wisconsin Municipalities and the LWMMI Insurance Trust. Within the community, Rohloff serves on the board of directors for the Oshkosh Area United Way and the Winnebago County Conflict Resolution Center, he’s also a member of the Oshkosh Campus Advisory Committee for Fox Valley Technical College and a volunteer youth sports coach at the Oshkosh YMCA.
The UW Oshkosh Business Success Center’s mission is to further the development of the university and the community by being the gateway for engaging University resources. The BSC provides solutions that drive local economic development and grow community, providing value to students, faculty, the University and the community.
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