Alumni Board will meet virtually this week

The Ripon College Alumni Board will meet virtually Thursday and Friday. Members of the board are:

  • New members: Eric Atkisson ’94 of Alexandra, Virginia; Amy Browender ’13 of St. Paul, Minnesota; Chip Retson ’69 of Aiken, South Carolina; Joy Bortz Schleusner ’94 of Middleton, Wisconsin; and Sue Angell Schmidt ’80 of Wausau, Wisconsin.
  • Student representatives: Valerie Doornbos ’21 of Allendale, Michigan; Luke Dretske ’21 of Berlin, Wisconsin; Jacob Dudley ’23 of Waukesha, Wisconsin; Solangel Gonzalez ’22 of Green Bay, Wisconsin; Abigail Urbina ’23 of Round Lake Beach, Illinois; and Jacob Zuelhke ’22 of Whitewater, Wisconsin.
  • Alumni Trustee Representative to the Board of Trustees: Camille Carlson Clemons ’00 of Fox River Grove, Illinois, who served on the Alumni Board from 2003-2009.
  • Returning members: Kevin Dykstra ’83/P’16/P’16 of Glendale, Wisconsin; Janine Emmer ’05 of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin; Kim Jacobson Stapelfeldt ’90 of Jackson, Wisconsin; Mike Tracy ’79 of Overland Park, Kansas; and Dan Yost ’95 of Antioch, Illinois.

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