Board of Directors

Stacy Matuseski  SHRM-CP


First National Bank and Trust
Benefits Analyst

Andrew Marcotte  SHRM-CP

President Elect

Blain Supply, Inc.
Sr. Human Resources Business Partner

Heather Warne 


Prent Corporation
Human Resources Manager

Constance Keyes  SHRM-SCP, SPHR


Edward Jones Investments
Sr Analyst HR

Abigail Clevenger 

Events Director

McGilvra Electric
Office Manager

Holly Telford 

Membership Director

The DeLong Co., Inc
HR Manager

Geoff Fricke 

Technology Director

Bank of New Glarus
AVP, Human Resources

Amy Santas  SHRM-CP

College and Workforce Readiness Director

Stoughton Trailers, LLC
Senior HR Business Partner

Traci Schreck  SHRM-SCP, SPHR

Community Relations Director

Scherck Consulting, LLC
Chief Relationship Officer

Kyle Gjertson  SHRM-CP

Social Media Director

Blain Supply, Inc.
Human Resources Business Partner

Jenny Revels  SPHR

Programming Director

Revels Consulting

Kim Garske 

Past President

Wisconsin Cheese Group
HR Manager

Join the Board!

Thank you for your interest in becoming involved in your local SHRM chapter. Each Board position has a specific position description. However, here are some general responsibilities that should be considered before deciding to run for office:

  • Be an active Board member. This includes attending chapter meetings and board meetings. It also includes being prepared for Board meetings, asking critical questions, and helping the Board come to agreement in making decisions that affect chapter membership.

  • Know or build your knowledge about your chapter, SHRM, and its governing bylaws. Learn about SHRM and its role with your chapter. The SHRM Leaders Guide is available online in the Volunteer Leaders’ Resource Center (VLRC) to assist you.

  • Stay informed of trends in the field of human resources and timely issues affecting your chapter.

  • Abstain from activities that may appear to create a conflict of interest. Follow the SHRM Code of Ethical and Professional Standards in Human Resource Management.

  • Be willing to provide contacts and resources to help your chapter grow and develop as an organization.

  • Maintain confidentiality, as appropriate, of chapter Board issues and membership data.

  • Be a chapter member in good standing and maintain a SHRM membership.

A few of the benefits of becoming a chapter Board member include:

  • BHRA membership dues and monthly chapter meeting fees are waived.

  • Reimbursement of SHRM membership; up to 100% if not employer funded.

  • Free attendance to WI State SHRM Leadership Conference.

  • An opportunity to be recognized as a leader in the field of human resources.

  • Hours spent as a volunteer also count towards SHRM certification credits.

  • The opportunity to attend SHRM’s Annual Leadership Conference in November. Conference is FREE for Chapter President OR President-Elect. The conference registration fee for other chapter board members is only $200. Accommodations are FREE if you meet the requirements above.

If you have any questions regarding this information or you would like to get more information about a specific board position, please contact your chapter president.