The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Business Success Center’s board added two new members at a recent board meeting May 28.
The two new members are: Steven R. Schmudlach and Shannon L. Full.
- Schmudlach holds a degree in Finance from H.V. Prochnow Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin Madison. He is currently a registered securities and insurance broker. Schmudlach is also senior vice president and chief credit officer of Fox Valley Savings Bank, headquartered in Fond du Lac, with offices in Waupun and Oshkosh. Prior to joining Fox Valley Savings Bank, Schmudlach served as community bank president of M&I (Marshall & Ilsley) Oshkosh Bank Group and has been employed in the financial services industry for more than 38 years. He currently serves as a president of Chamco — the industrial development agency for the city of Oshkosh — is a board member of the Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce, the UW Oshkosh College of Business Advisory Council, president of Living Water Lutheran Church and is a member of Fond du Lac Noon Rotary.
- Full holds a bachelor’s degree in public communications from UW-Eau Claire. She is also a graduate of the United States Chamber of Commerce Institute for Organizational Management. She is the President and CEO of the Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce & Industry, serving 1,300 members in the Fox Cities. Her expertise is economic and workforce development, member programming, fiscal management, professional and leadership development, and business advocacy and growth. Prior to Fox Cities, she served as president and CEO of Cedar Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce in Iowa, serving 1,500 plus members.
The UW Oshkosh Business Success Center’s mission is to grow the community by uniting University resources with local organizations – faculty experts, students interns, research facilities and a booming survey center – to deliver customized, cost-effective solutions.
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