2018-2019 Campaign Team

Meet our 2018-2019 Campaign Team!

2018 United Way of Northern Ozaukee Campaign Co-Chairs and Cabinet

United Way of Northern Ozaukee (UWNO) will kick off its 2018-19 fundraising campaign in September with the deployment of additional volunteer power and voices united in tackling local challenges to build a more resilient Ozaukee County. Over the past year, UWNO has actively been recruiting key leaders who are strong United Way supporters to help advocate for a healthier community where our youth develop into thriving adults, all families can achieve financial stability, and our elderly and disabled population will lead more inclusive lives. Executive Director Barbara Bates Nelson stated that we have a lot of work in front of us to raise funds to support the vital work done by our partner agencies, and we are grateful to be able to collaborate on strengthening our communities. She also said that we are fortunate to live in a county with people who are willing to make a difference by volunteering. 


UWNO is pleased to announce the 2018-19 Campaign Team.
Our Honorary Co-Chairs are: 
Bill Henkle (former educator, Port Washington Schools)
Bob Henkle (Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren Law Firm)
Karl Hertz (former Superintendent, Mequon School District)
Carol Hertz (former Curriculum Director, Cedarburg School District)
Our organization has also assembled a Campaign Cabinet of volunteers and ambassadors to lead the fundraising campaign and to increase the financial and volunteer resources needed to allow us to accomplish our mission of improving lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities. 
The Campaign Cabinet is made up of the following four community members: 
Jim Asplin (Newport Wealth Management)
Debbie Fedel (Seek Careers and Staffing Inc)
Joe Graf (former President of Volunteer Center)
Todd Luft (Associated Bank)
The Honorary Co-Chairs and the members of the Campaign Cabinet all bring important skills for the work they have ahead of them: strong educational backgrounds, experiences in local government, involvement with non-profit advocacy groups, legal knowledge and experience, business affiliations and experiences in social work, mental health, and education.