Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin St. Joseph’s Hospital welcomes Noelle Braun, from Casa Guadalupe, and Jeff Marble, past owner of Frabill to its board of directors. Each will begin a three-year term in January 2016 and is eligible to be re-elected to two additional three-year terms.
“We’re very pleased to add Noelle and Jeff to the St. Joseph’s Hospital Board of Directors,” said Christopher Zwygart, chair of the board. “They are established, well-respected leaders with deep ties to the community, and are dedicated to our mission of advancing the health of the West Bend area.”
Noelle Braun is the executive director of the non-profit organization Casa Guadalupe Education Center in West Bend. She is bilingual in English and Spanish and is passionate about serving her local Hispanic community through a variety of literacy programs and as a bridge to community resources. She specializes in program development, implementation, management and coordination, volunteer recruitment and retention, fund development, and community outreach. She takes pride in the community partnerships and collaborative efforts she has created and maintained to effectively offer quality programming for her clients. She received her Bachelor of Arts and Communication from UW-Whitewater with an emphasis in Spanish and electronic media.
Jeff Marble is the retired CEO and 30-year past owner of Frabill, a Jackson, Wis.-based company in the Sport fishing industry. Jeff and his family purchased Frabill from The Huffy Corporation in 1983 and grew the company into a leading brand in outdoor products. While at Frabill, Jeff held various positions on the American Sportfishing Associations board of directors and served as its chairman 2010-2012. He is also vice chairman of the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation and will chair this group 2016-2018. Jeff is also a 22-year member of TEC/Vistage, a leadership development organization.