Mark Bradley is an attorney with the law firm of Ruder Ware. He concentrates his practice in the areas of estate planning, asset protection planning, and trust administration. Bradley serves as trustee of numerous trusts administered through his firm’s Fiduciary Services Department. He also serves on the boards of several private foundations. In 2017, Mark completed fifteen years of service as a member of the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents.
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Patricia Brady retired in the fall of 2010 after a thirty-year career with the University of Wisconsin System, where she served as Senior System Legal Counsel, Deputy General Counsel, and General Counsel from 2002 to 2010. Before joining the UW System, she was an assistant attorney general in North Carolina, where she represented the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and the University of North Carolina.
Kristen Carreira has been a financial advisor for over a decade. In 2018 she opened her own firm, Carreira Quinn Financial, in downtown Madison. Kristen helps individual clients and small business owners pursue their financial goals by understanding their needs and implementing personalized strategies. Carreira Quinn Financial offers investing, financial planning, and insurance services. Kristen has served in leadership positions on numerous boards in the community.
Rich retired from the Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative (RWHC) on December 31, 2015. He joined the staff of the RWHC in 1996 after 17 years of being a consultant to the organization. RWHC was formed in 1979 to help rural hospitals provide services to their communities. Since that time, RWHC has grown in the provision of services and as an advocate for community based health services. RWHC is committed to the provision of quality, affordable and accessible health care throughout Wisconsin.
Freda Harris recently retired after a 29 year career with the University of Wisconsin-System Administration, where she served as the Director, Assistant Vice President and Associate Vice President of Budget and Planning from 2004 to 2016. Before starting with the UW System, she worked at the Higher Educational Aids Board and the Office of the State Public Defender. Harris also served as the president’s representative for the Educational Communications Board.
Jack is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Madison with a Political Science degree and is a graduate of the Law School at Stanford University. He recently retired from a rural law practice in Lancaster, Wisconsin. When not active working on natural restoration on his property on the Wisconsin River, he is deeply involved in the nonprofit world.
Tom Luljak is the Vice Chancellor of University Relations and Communications at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. His responsibilities include directing the university's media, marketing, and public relations initiatives; directing all government relations and neighborhood relations programs; and overseeing UWM's web development.
Andy is the Director of Discovery to Product (D2P) at UW-Madison. D2P helps faculty, staff, and students to commercialization their innovations. Prior to this role, he served as Chief of Staff to the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education at UW-Madison and the Chief of Staff to the UW System President. Before re-joining the System, he was Associate Vice Chancellor for Business and Financial Services at UW-Milwaukee.
Arjun Sanga is a leader in research, innovation, technology transfer, intellectual property management and commercialization with experience fostering research collaborations, managing intellectual property, closing licensing deals and developing startup companies.
Sanga leads WiSys in supporting the creation and transfer of innovations from the University of Wisconsin System with the vision of building a culture of innovation for a better future.
Tim has been the Executive Director of the Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative in Sauk City since helping to found it in 1979. The cooperative is owned and operated by forty-two rural hospitals with the vision that “Rural Wisconsin communities will be the healthiest in America.” He has an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Engineering from Duke University and an MBA in Hospital Administration from the University of Chicago. He was awarded a W.K.
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