Meet the Team

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Connor

Campaign Co-Chair

“I want to create a closer community through the campaign with students and alumni to ensure future success and sustainability for the prestigious Wisconsin School of Business.”

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Paige

Campaign Co-Chair

“I want to help other Badgers feel connected to their University and contribute to the success of their alma mater, even after they graduate!”

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Dixon

Campaign Co-Chair

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Alissa

Campaign Core Team – Business

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Austyn

Campaign Core Team – CALS

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Liz

Campaign Core Team – SoHE

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Brandon

Campaign Core Team – L&S

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Addison

Campaign Core Team – SoHE

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Thomas

Campaign Core Team – Business

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Ashley

Campaign Core Team – SoHE

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Camerson

Campaign Core Team – Business

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Emily

School of Human Ecology Rep

"The name “University of Wisconsin” rings of prestige and honor. I am proud to be a part of this esteemed school and I hope to help continue this legacy for generations to come."

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Jeremy

School of Human Ecology Rep

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Brenna

School of Human Ecology Rep

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Finola

Department of Psychology Rep

"I am so grateful for the incredible academic experience I have had at the University of Wisconsin – Madison Department of Psychology, and would like to give back so that future students have the same life-changing opportunities that I have had!"

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Stephanie

Department of Psychology Rep

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Caitlin

Department of Psychology Rep

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Jake

Department of Psychology Rep

“Being a badger means more than earning a degree. It means supporting the team in an age of budget cuts and skyrocketing costs of college. Education is a brilliant opportunity, and we the students must ensure it is available to all by giving back.”

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Parnian

Department of Political Science Rep

“As a first generation immigrant and college student I’m very grateful for the knowledge and experiences UW-Madison has given me. I’m giving back in hopes to support the next generation of minority students, and all future badgers, in search for their own Wisconsin Experience.”