Community Leaders Giving Back - Interested in Serving?
Awide variety of interests, skill sets, experiences, contacts and management insights are needed to create every local Salvation Army Advisory Board. Openings occur from time-to-time, but the Waukesha Salvation Army's Advisory Board normally consists of twenty men and women from across Waukesha County.
ADVISORY BOARD (20-seats)
(Current to: 02-2018)
Chair: Judy-Lynn Mudlitz, Waukesha - Software Specialist (Retired)
Vice-chair: Steven Howard, Waukesha - Fire Chief
Treasurer: Jeff Lightfoot, Waukesha - Banker
Members: (Alphabetical Order by Last Name)
Spencer Dominguez, Waukesha - Events Management
Alan Gaudynski, Waukesha - Public Relations (Retired)
Carl Geraldson, Nashotah - Manufacturer (metals)
David Geraldson Sr., Waukesha - Manufacturing (metals)
Rev. James Gorman, Waukesha - Pastor (Retired)
Scott Howard, Waukesha - Financial Planner
Greg Hubley, Waukesha - Risk and Benefits Management
Eric Love, Pewaukee - Corporate Attorney
Patricia Madden, Waukesha - County Clerk (Retired)
Kris Nestingen-Palm, Waukesha - Community Activism (Retired)
Bradley Olson, CFP, Waukesha - Financial Planning/Financial Services
Karl Robe, Mukwonago - Public Relations
Pete Van Horn, Waukesha - (Retired), Town of Delafield Board Supervisor
Jane Walker, Waukesha - Attorney
Paul Watzka, East Troy - Packaging/Distribution
LeAnne Witzel, Waukesha - Healthcare
Opening .. You Are Needed
If you would like to be considered for appointment to the Advisory Board as terms are completed or as
openings occur, or, to one of its working committees in preparation for future board service, please
contact Major Nelson De La Vergne (firstname.lastname@example.org), or,
Major Deborah De La Vergne (email@example.com), or, phone
the Waukesha Community and Worship Center at 262-547-7367 and ask for either.
Members of the Advisory Board often include current or retired bankers, public relations advisors, marketers, small business owners, government leaders, members of the clergy, realtors, industrialists, small business owners, leadership of fire and police departments, people from the medical professions, educational administrators and teachers, journalists, accountants, attorneys, architects, computer/tech workers, and many other types of leaders.
The common thread is their strong support of and belief in The Salvation Army and its charitable work on behalf of those most in need, and their willingness to work hard to be certain the Waukesha salvation Army succeeds. The Advisory Board generally meets ten times per year, plus members are appointed to and serve on various working committees.
Members assist and advise the local Corps Officers on policy, programming, finances, public relations, facilities management, legal issues, real estate concerns, short- and long-range planning, problem solving, visioning of the future of the Corps, its volunteers, its staff, its priorities, its funding, its reputation in the community, and extending its reach with new volunteers, new donors, and new community supporters.