Lisa Humenik - Executive Director Lisa joined Neighborhood Connection as executive director in August, 2018, with 25+ years of experience working in the nonprofit sector. She jokes that while her husband got the career ladder, which took their family to a number of cities around the country, she got the career jungle gym. This interesting and varied path has allowed her to acclimate quickly to new communities and settings, create connections and partnerships, and gain a wealth of skills and knowledge that she applies to making organizations sustainable and impactful. She is excited about working collaboratively with the board, staff, volunteers, and Waunakee community to build upon WNC’s already strong foundation of success. Lisa has a bachelor’s degree in secondary education from Eastern Illinois University and a master’s degree in public administration with a concentration in nonprofit management and leadership. She has served as the CEO of the Volunteer Center of Southern Arizona; as executive director of a K-12 public school foundation, community gardening organization, and a school-based mentoring program; and as director of volunteer services for hospitals and hospice programs. In her free time, she volunteers for a variety of organizations including the United Way of Dane County, Sigma Kappa Foundation, and the Nakoma League.
Stacey Dudley - Client and Volunteer Services Manager Stacey Dudley joined Neighborhood Connection as our client and volunteer services manager in November, 2018, and has been working in the field of social work for 18 years. She considers the work she has done with babies, first-time parents, at-risk youth, the intellectually disabled and the elderly populations to be a privilege. She has worked for nonprofits and in health care, and is also proud of the two years she served as an AmeriCorps volunteer. Stacey has a bachelor’s degree in Human Services from the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh. She has extensive training working in leadership skills and development and with individuals with mental health challenges or alcohol and drug dependency. She has served as a case manager for at-risk youth and families, a family support worker and child development specialist for first-time parents and their children, and a case manager for a managed health care organization. Immediately prior to joining our team, she was the director of an assisted living facility in the Green Bay area. In her free time, Stacey volunteers for organizations like the United Way, Special Olympics, Human Rights Campaign, NAMI, TC Foundation for Kids, and the Pancreatic Cancer Foundation. She is an avid Green Bay Packer fan and loves time with her family, especially her seven nieces and nephews. She enjoys hiking, biking, reading and writing poetry. Her personal and professional mantra is to leave a legacy of loving others and she is excited to do so in her role as client and volunteer services manager at Neighborhood Connection.

Cathy Sheffield | Chairman

Laura Meixner | Vice Chairman

Anna Lezotte | Secretary

Brian Hoefer | Treasurer

Mike Adler

Kari Fasulo

Amy Sampson

Jeff Statz

Adam Bentley - Village Liaison