DFP Welcomes New Board Members
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 9, 2018
For more information contact: Dusty Krikau
Director of Communication & Special Events
Downtown Fond du Lac Partnership, Inc.
30 S. Portland Street
Fond du Lac, WI 54935
Fond du Lac, WI - The Downtown Fond du Lac Partnership, Inc. (DFP) is pleased to announce its newest Board of Directors members: Kirsten Quam and Dr. Russell Mayer.
Kirsten Quam, Chief Marketing Officer for Fox Valley Savings Bank, has volunteered with the DFP Marketing Committee for ten years and brings extensive knowledge of community outreach to the Board.
Dr. Russ Mayer, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Marian University, brings his experience working with college-aged students and his desire to integrate Marian students, faculty, and staff with the downtown Fond du Lac community.
“Being part of our board of directors requires a strong commitment and we are incredibly thankful to our outgoing board members for their dedication over the past years. We look forward to the renewed energy and new perspectives that comes from our newest board members. They bring talent and fresh approaches as we continue to build on the great foundations of previous board members,” said DFP Executive Director Amy Hansen
The 2018 DFP Board of Directors is listed below:
President Alan Hathaway, BrownBoots Interactive
Vice president Byron Pegram, Jack’s Team Sports
Secretary Tony Mand, Ziggy’s Pub
Treasurer Nicole Wiese, National Exchange Bank & Trust
Dave Buechel, Wood’s Floral & Gifts
Ron Emanuel, The Goldsmith
Mike Leb, The Leb Insurance Group
Russ Mayer, Marian University
Tony O'Malley, Zacherl, O’Malley & Endejan
Kirsten Quam, Fox Valley Savings Bank
Phil Shepherd, Shepherd Consulting
Dyann Benson, City of Fond du Lac
Cecilia Harry, Envision Greater Fond du Lac Inc.
Captain Jon Gutzmann, City of Fond du Lac Police Department
The Downtown Fond du Lac Partnership, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing people, activity, business and a thriving civic life back to the heart of Fond du Lac. The DFP serves 214 properties with 284 businesses, 76% of which are small, locally-owned and operated.