Board of Trustees, Alumni Association Board of Directors welcome new members
Stritch welcomes four to Board of Trustees
The Cardinal Stritch University Board of Trustees elected four new members — Lisa Bangert, ’90; Beverly Greenberg, ’15(H); Jeff Hembrock, ’83; and Schnell Price Lambert — to serve three-year terms. The Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi, the founding and sponsoring Congregation of the University, confirmed the elections. (Fall 2019)
Lisa Bangert, ’90
Bangert is the president of Advocate, Attorney at Law, LLC. With more than 25 years of experience handling complex litigation, her areas of expertise include family law, worker’s compensation and personal injury. Bangert is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin, Society of Family Lawyers and Association of Family and Conciliation Courts.
Beverly Greenberg, ’15(H)
Greenberg is the executive producer of Project Pitch It, the Stritch-sponsored television show that features Wisconsin entrepreneurs. She has more than 40 years of experience in marketing, development, corporate communications and regional local television production. Greenberg served as regional vice president of local production and community government relations at Time Warner Cable for 20 years.
Jeff Hembrock, ’83
Hembrock is an experienced business leader in the consumer goods industry. In addition to serving nearly 20 years in executive roles with Miller Brewing Company—most recently as president—Hembrock owns Precision Health Technologies, Bioverse and New Fashion Pork.
Schnell Price Lambert
Price Lambert is president and CEO of JO’s Learning Academy, a daycare facility committed to providing quality early childhood education and closing the achievement gap. She has been a staunch advocate for education for more than 20 years, working to improve outcomes through early intervention.
Alumni Association Board of Directors welcomes five new members
The Alumni Association Board of Directors welcomed five new members in September 2019. The newest members offer a variety of educational, professional and personal experiences in service to their alma mater.
“The Alumni Board is responsible for supporting the mission and interests of the University,” said President Ric Schmidt, ’02. “We are looking forward to the perspectives our new members will share on how we can establish mutually beneficial relationships between the University and alumni, as well as foster a spirit of pride, fellowship and service rooted in the Franciscan Values.”