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Members of the Building for Kids Children’s Museum Elect Four New Board of Directors

During its recent annual member meeting, the Building for Kids Children’s Museum (BFKCM) elected four new individuals to the Board of Directors. Their terms will start in January 2024. Read below for more information on each new Board Member.

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Trevor Lord

Director of Business Development, Boldt

“I am personally committed to serve and support the Building for Kids because I believe in the value of exposing children to thought-provoking and inspiring experiences.”

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Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Coordinator / Special Assistant to the Mayor, City of Appleton

“I believe in the great things that this resource stands for and provides for the community.”

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Alicia Frank

Resource Development Associate Director, United Way Fox Cities

“I believe in the work that is being done at the Building for Kids. Every child deserves a safe place to explore, learn and grow. The Building for Kids is an inclusive space for everyone, and I think that is absolutely beautiful.”

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Garrett Zimmerman

Principal, Neenah Joint School District

“I am an elementary principal at a Montessori school in Neenah. I see what prepared, intentional environments and giving students permission to explore can do for our kiddos.”

In addition to these elections, members of the BFKCM also re-elected the following:

  • Barb GonneringSenior Manager, Wipfli – Re-elected to 2nd term
  • Jamie HessSVP Technology &­­­ Solutions, M2 Logistics – Re-elected to 2nd term
  • Amanda ChavezOwner/Publisher, Go Valley Kids/Wisco Fam – Re-elected to 2nd term
  • Eric LempkeVice President, BMO Harris Bank – Re-elected to 3rd term
  • Michael McCormickEngineering Project Manager, Schreiber Foods – Re-elected to 3rd term­


About the BFKCM

The BFKCM has been inspiring discovery and building resilience through intergenerational play-based learning and exploration of the arts, sciences, and humanities since 1992. For more information about the BFKCM, including its programs and events, visit www.buildingforkids.org.