2012-2013 Wisconsin HealthCorps Alumni

Take a Look at Where our Members from the 2012-2013 Program Year Have Gone!

Miriah

Miriah Barger – Miriah accepted a position at Madison College working as a Latino Program Specialist.

Jolene

Jolene Chickey – A Wisconsin native, Jolene currently lives in Wabeno, WI and accepted a position as a Patient Financial Advocate with Northern Health Centers, her former host site.

Hannah

Hannah Fogarty – Hannah graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and decided to stay in the area to work as a HealthCorps member with Milwaukee Health Services. She accepted a position as a Certified Application Counselor with Outreach Health Center in Milwaukee.

Jamie K

Jamie Kenealy – After serving two terms of service in the Wisconsin HealthCorps program, Jamie was accepted into the University of Minnesota’s Masters in Public Health program.

Ellie

Ellie Krueger – After her service term, Ellie pursued a Master’s of Physician Assistant Studies at UW-La Crosse and is looking forward to serving Wisconsin through her career in medicine.

Abby L

Abby Leonhart – After working briefly with Covering Kids and Families in Madison, Abby accepted a position with the American Cancer Society as a Relay for Life Specialist.

Meghan

Meghan Rosenkranz – Meghan received her Masters in Public Health from the University of Minnesota following her service term and accepted a position as a Planning Analyst with the Hennepin County Public Health Department in Minneapolis.

Brenna

Brenna Root – Brenna was hired on by her host site, the Winnebago County Health Department, after serving there two years as an AmeriCorps member.

Louis

Louis Tillman – Louis enrolled in a Masters of Divinity program at the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago.

Allison

Allison Winet – Allison returned to California after completing her term of service to pursue a Masters in Counseling Psychology at Holy Names University in Oakland.

Yi

Yi Zhang – After serving two years in the Wisconsin HealthCorps, Yi was accepted into the University of Wisconsin’s School of Medicine and Public Health.

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