About Us

Leadership Waupaca County (LWC), established in 1999, is is dedicated to developing civic-minded volunteer leaders and public officials who are committed to the future of Waupaca County and its communities. The LWC leadership development program is conducted over a period of nine months consisting of seven one-day workshops, one overnight seminar in Madison, and a formal graduation.

LWC participants engage in a process of learning, discovery, and practice that empowers them to become better leaders in their professions, community organizations, and governments. Program objectives include:

  1. Develop and strengthen personal and interpersonal effectiveness and decision making skills (including conflict resolution, public speaking, and public writing)
  2. Build organizational and community leadership skills
  3. Expose participants to a broad range of issues that sometimes challenge personal paradigms
  4. Provide confidence to become more active community members
  5. Generally, prepare participants for positions of influence and decision making

Steering Committee Members

Don Anzia (City of Weyauwega, Public Works)
Peg Burington (Waupaca Area Public Library Director)
Pat Craig (County Board Supervisor)
Shannon Kelly (Waupaca County DHHS Deputy Director)
Roger Krueger (Waupaca County, Highway Department & small business owner)
Robin Madson (Foundations For Living, Executive Director)
Sue Mares (Premier Community Bank, Human Resources)
Kathy Mitchell (Clintonville Public Library Director, retired)
Don Morgan (Sunset Oil Company CEO, retired)
Lee Seater (Creative Converting, Human Resources)
Al Tank (Dairy Farmer)
Penny Tank (UW-Extension 4-H Program Advisor)
Josh Werner (City of Waupaca, WIN-TV)

 

 

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