Board of Directors

Launa Hollen, President

Elected in 2019, she is serving her first 2-year term, which ends in September, 2021.                                                            Launa is the Executive Director of Eastwood Senior Living in Mora where she lives her passion of enriching the lives of older adults. She has 30 years in the health care field where she has held administrative titles such as Executive Director, and Data Analyst for the Quality Department. Launa has been involved with nonprofits for over 10 years where she has volunteered her time and assisted in fundraising and strategic planning.  Launa is passionate about eradicating homelessness.  She has volunteered with New Pathwaya in the past and is excited to serve on the Board of Directors to make a positive difference in the people we serve.

 

Robin Wetther, Vice President

Elected in 2020, she is serving her first 2-year term, which ends in April, 2022.                                                                     Robin is a local Realtor and Events Manager at New Hope Community Church for 9 years and works for the school district as a sub.  She has lived in and worked in the community for 20 years. Robin comes from a family of service and serving others is in her blood. She serves on the events committee for North Branch Chamber, been a part of volunteer coordination in multiple areas in the church and events, and has lead training and classes.  She is passionate about fundraising and partnering with others to succeed. She is a networker and driven to get things done.  She is excited to be a part of the board to be involved with decisions and collaborations to make impacts on the families that are supported. 

 

Shirley Zierkie, Treasurer

Elected in 2020, she is serving her first 2-year term, which ends in April, 2022.
Shirley is a retired Director of Information Services for Polaris Industries.  She has served on various boards and committees including: The Wyoming Area Business Association, Congregational President of St. Paul Lutheran Church of Wyoming, Wyoming Lions Club, Advisory Board for Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College, St. Paul Area Synod Council and Executive Committee and the St. Paul Area Synod Bishop’s Election Committee.   She and her husband recently moved to the Braham area.  Her passion is helping others become their best selves.

 

Tami Kreuzer, Board Member

Elected in 2020, she is serving her first 2-year term, which ends in May, 2022.                                                                       Tami is a business owner and has worked 30 years in the social service field.  She has experience in human resources, direct service working with culturally diverse populations and fundraising.  She is highly motivated, light hearted, outgoing and love helping people achieve their individual needs.  She looks forward to serving on the Board of Directors for New Pathways and working towards exceeding their mission. 

 

Brionna Gray, Board Member

Elected in 2020, she is serving her first 2-year term, which ends in May, 2022.                                                                  Brionna has been in the beauty industry for over 10 years.  She started and ran her own Studio Salon for 7 years.  Shortly after becoming a mother, she decided to close her business to stay home with her little one.  New Pathways has always been such a big part of her life.  Her mother, Cheryl Gray, was one of the founders and the Executive Director for many years.  In honor of her, she is able to still be a part of something that’s always been so dear to her and her family. 

Ron Duke, Board Member

Elected in 2020, she is serving her first 2-year term, which ends in May, 2022.                                                                         Ron Duke grew up the eldest son of Salvation Army Officers and has done various volunteer assignments for the Salvation Army over the years.  He retired from GEECO as an inside sales representative 15 years ago.  He has been on the board for Lakes and Pines since 2012, served on their Executive Committee and participated in their Poverty Simulations.  He is on the board for the Cambridge Salvation Army.  He has been a volunteer at the Cambridge Food Shelf and Ruby’s Pantry for several years.  Ron has ‘a heart’ for people in need.