Officers for Women in Technology Wisconsin Announced

Published Monday, August 7, 2017

Women in Technology Wisconsin (WIT) has announced their Board of Directors for their 2017-2018 season. The non-profit organization, founded in 2014, focuses on advancing women in technology careers. Their involvement reaches over 16 counties in Northeast Wisconsin and has impacted over 4500 students.



President – Michelle Schuler, Community Engagement Manager, Microsoft Corporation

President Elect –  Adrienne Hartman, Director of E-Commerce & Inbound Sales, J. J. Keller & Associates

Treasurer – Mary Genrich, Sr. Manager - Midrange Services, Kimberly Clark Corporation

Secretary  – Diane Doersch, Chief Technology Officer, Green Bay Area Public School District


Board Members

Programs Chair  – Sara Bernard,  Lead IT Business Analyst, Oshkosh Corporation

Marketing Chair – Danica Killam, Manager Application Services, Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company

Membership Chair – Jes Borland, SQL Server Premier Field Engineer, Microsoft Corporation

WIT@Work Chair – Briana Rygg, Director IT, Ascension Information Services

WITonCampus Chair – Monika Heninger, Continuous Automation Tools Engineer, Thrivent Financial

WIT4Girls Chair – Kim Iversen, Director, NEW IT Alliance


About Women in Technology Wisconsin:  The mission of Women in Technology – Wisconsin (WIT) is to grow, attract, and retain women in technology-related careers. With programming designed for women in executive, senior, manager, and entry-level technology positions, WIT provides an opportunity for networking, exchanging of ideas, and personal and professional growth. For more information, visit 

Premier Members

WE Energies Miller Electric Thrivent Financial BMO Harris