Boys & Girls Club of the Wausau Area welcomes three recently elected board members
The Boys & Girls Club of the Wausau Area is proud to highlight three recently elected members of our Board of Directors.
Craig serves as Senior Vice President of Wausau Operations for Miron Construction, as well as corporate-wide leader of Miron’s educational market. He holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Craig was a founder of Quarry Quest, which was held for over 15 years in Neenah and raised more than $1M for Fox Valley non-profits. He has served as a board member and coach for a number of youth sports organizations in the Kimberly School District and served St. Mary’s Catholic High School as booster club president for six years.
Amy Nelson serves as Director, HR Shared Group Resources at Greenheck Group. Prior to her current role, she served Greenheck as Divisional HR Manager and Human Resources Manager. Previous to her career with Greenheck, Amy enjoyed a successful twelve-year career with Footlocker.com/Eastbay. Amy holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communications; Psychology from the University of Wisconsin—Stevens Point. She has been a strong supporter of the work of the Boys & Girls Club and has assisted the Club throughout the years with both expertise and advice.
William is an attorney with Wisconsin Judicare Inc., as well as a Marathon County Board Supervisor (District 3) where he serves on the health and human services and transportation coordinating committees. William’s educational background includes study at Oxford, a J.D. from Western Michigan University and a dual-masters at American University in Washington D.C., where he focused on international human rights law and constitutional law. William is an active member of the Wausau community, participating in numerous civic and non-profit efforts. In his youth, William and his sister were members of a Boys & Girls Club in Florida.