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Board of Directors

ADRC Board Members
Patricia Finder-Stone, Chair
Randy Johnson, Vice ChairADRC Vision
Bev Bartlett, Secretary
Mary Derginer, Treasurer
Megan Borchardt
Arlie Doxtater
Mary Johnson
Elaine Littig
Debi Lundberg
Linda Mamrosh
Amy Payne
Dennis Rader
Tom Smith
Sam Warpinski

Guiding the Agency
The ADRC board members play a critical role in guiding the agency's actions and initiatives. Each board member represents at least one target population that the ADRC serves. They are the voice of the population they represent. The criteria for representation is found on the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services website. ADRC Board State Representation Criteria

The ADRC Board of Directors is appointed by the Brown County Executive and approved by the Brown County Board. The ADRC Board has many responsibilities, including advocating for consumers and administering funds. They play a central role in planning, monitoring, and developing services. Learn more from the ADRC Board Job Description.

Tapping into Important Skills
Board members have the ability to engage in "big picture" thinking.
  • are thoughtful, civic minded, and energetic.
  • have strong public relations skills and are willing to promote the ADRC and its initiatives.
  • have a passion for serving and advocating for the consumers the ADRC serves.
  • are free from conflicts of interest; they are not providers of services who would receive referrals from the ADRC.
  • believe in and promote the ADRC of Brown County Mission and Vision.
Time Commitment
The Board meets ten times a year on the fourth Thursday of the month. The June/July and November/December meetings are combined and may meet on a day other than Thursday. Meetings begin at 8:30 a.m. and run until 11:00 a.m. Board terms are for three years. Each member may serve two terms. After a one year interval board members may be reappointed. Board members should be able to attend regular meetings and be available for periodic events such as public hearings.

Board Member Interest
The ADRC is always looking for interested persons wanting serve on our 14-member board. Openings vary throughout the year and we appreciate having a list of people ready to serve. If interested print and fill out this ADRC Board Application. Along with the application please include a current resume and two personal references. Mail or email all materials to:

Devon Christianson, Director
ADRC of Brown County
300 S. Adams Street
Green Bay, WI 54301


Feel free to call Devon direct at 920-448-448-4331 with any questions you may have.

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    ACL brings together the efforts and achievements of the Administration on Aging, the Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, and the HHS Office on Disability to serve as the Federal agency responsible for increasing access to community supports, while focusing attention and resources on the unique needs of older Americans and people with disabilities across the lifespan.

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    Application packet for persons wishing to serve on the ADRC Board of Directors. Print, fill in and mail or email along with a resume and two personal references to the ADRC Director. Directions included in the packet.

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  • WI State ADRC Board Requirements
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