Our Staff

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Abby Ledvina

Hi, I’m Abby Ledvina, the new Executive Director at the Mauthe Center. Being raised in Green Bay and attending the University of Green Bay I feel honored to be serving the students in our community.  I have been part of this organization since 2013 serving in a multitude of roles. My interests lie in supporting students on their exploration of faith, giving back to our community and engaging in meaningful conversations.  Please join me in creating a world that respects one another and serves the greater good.  Peace. 

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Eric Wojtalewicz

Hello!I am Eric Wojtalewicz. I am a sophomore majoring in psychology with an emphasis in mental health, minoring in biology, criminal justice, and dance at the University of Green Bay. Also, at UWGB; I am a proud student ambassador. My end goal is to be a forensic psychologist and work in the prison system. My hometown is black River Falls, Wisconsin home of the tigers. My hobbies are dancing, running, and exploring this fantastic world. In my internship at the Mauthe Center, I will be focusing on mental health awareness, suicide awareness, and self-care. I can’t wait to grow my understanding of this amazing organization. 

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Kathryn Walczyk
Spiritual Support

Hi! I answer to Kathryn or Kathy.  I encourage the spiritual life of each individual . I meet one on one with individuals, coordinate spiritual support for those seeking it, and help out wherever I can. I graduated from UWGB with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1984, hold a Master of Theological Studies degree, am a professional spiritual companion, have trauma informed care training, and practice Vipassana meditation.

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Ben Menghini

Hello, I'm Ben Menghini and I coordinate Tuesdays at the Mauthe. I am a PhD student in Theology at Emmanuel College in the University of Toronto, and received my MTS at Eden Theological Seminary in St. Louis. Previously, I worked in Christian education for the Presbyterian Church (USA). My doctoral work focuses on issues of theology and culture and explores the possibility of a "generous orthodoxy."

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Maggie Sanner

Hello! My name is Maggie, and I am currently an intern at the Mauthe Center. I am a full time student studying Developmental Psychology at UW-Green Bay, expecting to graduate in May of 2022. I am a humanitarian, and always willing to give help to whoever asks! 

Email me at: maggie@mcenter.org