Mike Pankratz serves as the Operating Executive Director of The Richard Mauthe Center,
past Board President and longtime board advisor, Ecumenical Foundation board member,
Co-president with Susan Pankratz for the Norbertine Associates,
Owner (retired), Proven Concepts, LLC - process consulting for the F&B industry
Hi, my name is Judy! I'm originally from Northern Ireland, and I came to UWGB when I was 19 years old and completed my Social Work degree. I volunteered in the center for 1 year, became an intern, and then began to work full time during my OPT year 2012-2013. I left Green Bay to travel and to date, i've been to over 50 countries. I love to travel and meet new people. I am now completing my MBA at UWGB. While here, I love to be involved in different projects and programs promoting faith, and social justice. I love to listen to other people, their dreams, visions, goals and occasionally their problems :) So if you ever want to grab a coffee and talk about a project or idea you have, or need someone to listen to you, just let me know!
Environmental Series & Drum Circle Coordinator
Women's Circle & Wim Hof Breathwork Experimental Educator
I graduated from UWGB with a degree in Environmental Science in 2013. My first job out of college was running community gardens, promoting healthy living in an ecofriendly way. Afterwards, I travelled a bit, worked in conservation in Arizona and Horticultural Therapy in Hawaii, taught in Thailand, and spent a couple years in New Zealand and Austrailia galavanting around and living in intentional communities. Five years later, I decided to return back to Green Bay to reunite with family and am grateful to be back at the Mauthe Center.
Ceasing the Stigma Coordinator
I’m studying Human Biology and Spanish, and I will be graduating in May 2020! I plan on becoming a funeral director, and right now my plans are to go back to Milwaukee (where I’m originally from) to work and give back to my community. Working at the Mauthe Center has been an absolute dream for me. I created Ceasing the Stigma to show people that they’re not alone in their struggles and stimulate a conversation that wasn’t happening on the UWGB campus. Besides working at the Mauthe Center, I like to be involved in campus life, I’m the president of Organización Latino American@ and the Homecoming Committee.
If you have any ideas about what you want to see for Ceasing the Stigma, send me an email! Some fun facts about me: I love cats, going to concerts, and I’ve been to Spain!
Hi my name is Raven Storm. I’m a senior at UWGB studying ceramics.
Composting & Aquaponics System Coordinator
Hi! This is my third year here at UWGB studying both environmental science and environmental policy and planning. The Mauthe Center has given me the opportunity to explore new ideas and pursue them.