Becky worked at the Best Buy headquarters in Richfield MN for 8 years, with her last position being in the online marketing capacity. She and her husband moved to the Wausau area in 2012 where she switched her focus to help out with a local family foundation and stay home with her two children. She is excited to see the power of collective giving go to work.
Jen earned her Masters in Education and was a middle school English teacher before becoming a full-time mom. Having grown up in Northcentral Wisconsin, Jen, along with her husband and daughters, were excited to relocate to Wausau in 2015, where many opportunities to actively volunteer in the community have been incredibly rewarding.
Margy holds a PhD in English and worked in higher education for more than a decade before returning to Wausau in 2016 with her husband and two children. Her true passion is volunteering with organizations that make a difference in the local community, particularly those committed to youth and families.
“I choose to be involved with Impact100 Greater Wausau because I believe in its mission and am touched by seeing dreams becoming reality for our local community,” says Amy Janke. Amy is currently the CFO at Wausau Supply Company and brings a wealth of experience to her role as treasurer.
Sarah was born and raised in Oshkosh, WI. She moved to Wausau with her husband in 2006 and works as a pathologist. She is the mother of four girls. As a part of Impact100, Sarah looks forward to the opportunity to bring community members and their innovative ideas together.
Over 100 women coming together to accomplish a philanthropic goal is immeasurably powerful!
Over the past two years, as a member of Impact, I have marveled at the camaraderie, mutual
respect, and inspiration every woman involved in Impact has brought to the organization. The
end result enriches our community and the future of many individuals directly receiving the
benefits of Impact100. I am proud to be a member of Impact100 and to serve on the board as