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Rep. Nedweski: Membership named for study committee on future of UW System

Rep. Nedweski chairs effort to examine, evaluate, and make recommendations

Members of the Legislative Council Study Committee on the Future of the UW System were finalized today by a vote of the Joint Legislative Council. Rep. Amanda Nedweski (R-Pleasant Prairie) was nameD chairperson of the Study Committee at the end of April.

Committee membership includes:

o   Rep. Amanda Nedweski, Chair, and Sen. Cory Tomczyk, Vice Chair; Rep. Alex Joers, and Sen. Chris Larson

o   Robert Atwell, Sturgeon Bay; Co-Founder Nicolet Bankshares

o   Scott Beightol, Wales; Partner Michael Best & Friedrich LLP

o   William Hsu, Wausau; President Hsu’s Ginseng Enterprises, Inc.

o   Cecelia Klingele, Madison; Professor of Law UW-Madison Law School

o   Jerome Lippert, Marshfield; Owner Johoca LTD

o   Janice Mueller, Madison; Retired State Auditor Legislative Audit Bureau

o   S. Mark Tyler, Woodville; President Wisconsin Technical College System Board

o   Kurt Bauer, Middleton; President and CEO Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce

o   Shauna Froelich, Green Bay; Associate Teaching Professor Communication Department UW-Green Bay

o   Peter Kies, River Hills; Managing Director Robert W. Baird & Co.

o   James Langdon, DeForest; Retired Vice President for Administration UW System

o   Betsy Morgan, La Crosse; Interim Chancellor UW-La Crosse

o   Ananth Seshadri, Madison; Professor of Economics UW-Madison

o   Robert Venable, Mequon; President and CEO Miami Corporation Management

“A sincere thank you to these citizens who are willing to share their time and bring their considerable experience and knowledge to the committee. Giving proper consideration to the future of the UW System is no small task, and I appreciate the opportunity this committee and its membership has to help lead the discussion and contemplate options,” said Rep. Nedweski.

Legislative Council Study Committees are comprised of Legislators and citizen members with particular knowledge or interest in the topic of study. Study committees meet during the summer and fall of the even-numbered years to give additional consideration to topics and draft proposals for potential consideration in the next legislative session. The 2024 Study Committees pages are located at https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/misc/lc/study/2024.

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