The Sheboygan native brings more than 15 years of experience working on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., to the role. More.
Potts comes to UW–Madison from Wisconsin state Sen. Howard Marklein’s office, where she served as his chief of staff and supported the legislature’s Joint Finance Committee
Tricia Nolan, UW–Madison’s assistant vice chancellor of marketing, narrates and describes how the commercial embodies many of the ways Wisconsin fans connect to UW–Madison as they support their team and their university with passion.
Ben Miller, the university’s director of federal relations, has been named assistant vice chancellor for government and corporate affairs, overseeing UW–Madison’s state, local, federal, corporate, campus and visitor relations.
Leslie Orrantia is the UW–Madison’s new director of community relations. Orrantia has experience in community relations and business administration both on and off campus, though most importantly, she has a passion for bringing people together. “I believe the university needs to be relevant to the community and the community needs to be relevant to the university,” Orrantia says.
Everett Mitchell became UW–Madison’s director of community relations in 2012. Recently elected a Dane County Circuit Judge, he spoke with University Communications as he prepares to leave the university. More.
Charles B. Hoslet, who served as associate vice chancellor for government and corporate affairs before being named interim vice chancellor for university relations in August, has been named to the role permanently.
The Advancing the Brand newsletter highlights the many ways University Relations tells the story of how the university contributes to and partners with the state.
In recognition of his work advancing civil rights, justice and compassion, the board of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute (CHHI) voted unanimously to present Everett Mitchell, director of community relations for UW-Madison with its Difference Maker Award. More.