Green Bay, WI – Ashley Bethke joins the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation’s team as a Community Engagement Program Officer. Ashley will join our current program officer, Rashad Cobb, and work with our Vice President of Community Engagement, Amber Paluch, to expand our community impact.
The expansion of our Community Engagement team will allow the Foundation to increase grantmaking and scholarship activity, as well as broaden our engagement across our entire geographic reach from Brown County to Kewaunee and Oconto counties.
Ashley’s background as an educator, nonprofit operations manager and most recently as youth career development manager at the Greater Green Bay Chamber, uniquely positions her to focus on the Foundation’s commitment to education and scholarship programming.
About the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation
Established in 1991, the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation has provided more than $100 million in grants since inception to improve the quality of life in Northeastern Wisconsin. As a nonprofit charitable organization, the Community Foundation manages more than 600 funds with assets exceeding $120 million. Over the past year, more than $7.5 million in grants were distributed to local nonprofit organizations. Our mission is to inspire and encourage charitable giving in Northeast Wisconsin by connecting caring people with solutions to strengthen our community. www.ggbcf.org