Patrick has years of nonprofit management and local government chief executive leadership experience, which includes the Delafield Area Chamber of Commerce, CelitcMKE (Home of Milwaukee Irish Fest), the Riveredge Nature Center (Saukville, WI), and the City of Cedarburg. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Anthropology and a Master’s degree in Public Administration. He has years of fundraising, special events, marketing, grant writing, strategic planning, program and policy, finance, board relations, human resources and volunteer management experience. He has a very strong passion for the SCFB mission and very proud to be a part of an organization that directly improves the lives of people.
Liz has a passion to help others help themselves and it is evidenced by her commitment to the Sheboygan County Food Bank. Liz began with SCFB in 2012 and has been fundamental in the expansion of the organization and its services and to help meet Sheboygan County’s rising needs. During her tenure, she has forged many new community partnerships and relationships that have helped support the organization not only fundamentally, but also financially, increasing both operating budget and annual food distribution. In her free time Liz enjoys spending time with her husband, four children and four grandchildren.
Lauren graduated from UW-Madison with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and a Certificate in Global Health. Her coursework brought her as far as the country of Ecuador where she discovered her passion to promote food security as an entry point to break the poverty cycle. In between schooling she spent time interning with Sheboygan’s Department of Public Health as well as the SCIO Farmers Market. Now that she has officially moved back to the Sheboygan area, she is grateful to be able to use her knowledge and Sheboygan connections to like-minded people to give back to the city she grew up in. Lauren has a deep belief that health care and hunger relief organizations are natural allies that need to work together to create healthy communities. She is currently a proud member of the Sheboygan Activity and Nutrition Coalition.