Monday, November 30, 2009
For Immediate Release
Media Contact: Angela Speed
Direct: (414) 431-6104
Wisconsin Humane Society Announces
Four New Board Members
Milwaukee, WI – The Wisconsin Humane Society is pleased to announce it has appointed four new board members to begin serving their three year terms in January 2010.
The board now includes Sue Black, the director of the Milwaukee County Department of Parks; Trisha K. Hansen, director of Investment Banking, Consumer & Industrial Group at Robert W. Baird & Co; Donna Metzendorf, a former international business and telecommunications industry executive; and Amalia L. Todryk, an attorney with Quarles and Brady who specializes in estate planning.
Current WHS board members include: Tony Enea, president; George Dalton, vice president; Jeff Rusinow, treasurer; Patricia Falb, secretary; and members Jennifer Bartolotta, Jori Clarke, Richard Glaisner, John Matter and Laurie Yingling. Retiring members are Herb Hillman, Charlie James and Margaret Stratton.
The Wisconsin Humane Society’s mission is to build a community where people value animals and treat them with respect and kindness. As the largest animal welfare organization in the state, WHS offers animal adoption services, advocacy, humane education designed to teach children empathy, veterinary services and wildlife rehabilitation. Call (414) ANIMALS or visit www.wihumane.org for more information.