Current Committees

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One of the keys to Current's success undoubtedly has been the active engagement from its members serving as committee volunteers. While serving on a committee is an optional part of membership, it is also a great way to develop meaningful relationships with other committee members while advancing a cause important to our mission and community.

With more than 60 active committee volunteers serving on six standing committees, there is no shortage of opportunities for you to meet other young professionals in a more productive capacityall while gaining experience and being a part of something that is having a long-term impact on our community.

Leadership Team

The Leadership Team is an advisory committee to Current Young Professionals Network that focuses on both the strategic and tactical aspects of programming. Other responsibilities include the oversight of all committees in the program’s model, staying informed on the voice of the young professionals, actively recruiting Current members, and acting as ambassadors to the public and business community. Team members include chairs from supporting Current committees and two ad-hoc positions, in addition to a Chair, Vice Chair and Past Chair positions. Committee participants must submit an application and complete an interview prior to being appointed.

  • This committee meets once per month.

Community Partnership Committee

With a philanthropic focus, the Community Partnership Committee works closely with local organizations encouraging young professionals to get involved and be active in our community. Ultimately, the overall goal is to help young professionals find their passions and help them make connections in the community to help our area and at the same time achieving young professional retention through these efforts.

  • This committee meets once per month.

Social Engagement Committee

The Social Engagement Committee focuses on creating opportunities to assist young professionals in making connections in our community. Expanding a young professionals social network is an essential aspect of young professional retention that supports Current’s overall mission. This committee works closely with our entire membership focusing on event planning and other creative programming to assist our members in making the essential connections needed for a young professional to expand their network. Some of these events include After 5 social networking, Discover events that are activity based, and working closely with interns brought to our area by partnering organizations in efforts of retaining them long term in our community.

  • This committee meets once per month.

Professional Development Committee

The Professional Development Committee oversees the development, planning and execution of all programming within the Current Young Professionals organization that focuses on the professional development of our members. Committee volunteers will work closely with our corporate members, community partners, and other organizations to address opportunities to assist with the development of the young professionals' workforce. Programming includes Dine n’ Develop-style events, Workshops, a Mentorship Program, and additional opportunities discovered by our committee members.

  • This committee meets once per month.

Ambassador Committee

Current ambassadors are responsible for the recruitment and retention of individual and corporate members. Additionally, they are responsible for maintaining relationships between Current and other outside organizations. A partial list of responsibilities include meeting with new members, meeting with prospective corporate members, assisting with membership renewals and presenting to local community organizations.

  • This committee meets once per month.


The Young Professional Advisory Council (YPAC) is designed to engage young professionals civically by identifying or creating programmatic or policy opportunities of importance to the young professionals of Green Bay and Brown County by communicating with our elected officials on issues of importance to the young professionals of the Greater Green Bay area. YPAC engages with young professionals, community members and organizations to understand what is important to the modern young professional. Issues identified should impact the ability for the Greater Green Bay area to attract and retain professionals. This committee also will leverage ideas from other communities and stay active in local development and policy proposals to address key issues.

  • An application process is required prior to participation.
  • Participation on this committee includes meeting regularly with the mayor of Green Bay and the county executive.
  • This committee meets once per month.


Associated Bank

The Donald J. Schneider MBA at St. Norbert College

Green Bay Packers Give Back


Prevea Health

Current Committee Members

Interested in joining a Current committee? Contact the committee chair to learn more!

Leadership Team

  • Chairs and Vice Chairs of each committee

Community Partnership Committee

  • Jenny Tice (Chair)
    Scholarships, Inc.

  • Emily Ames (Vice Chair)
    Lin Law LLC

Social Engagement Committee

  • Drew Coopman (Chair)

  • Jackie Leifker (Vice Chair)

Professional Development Committee

  • Ryan Gracyalny (Chair)
    The Utech Group

  • Beth Hudak (Vice Chair)
    House of Hope Green Bay

Ambassador Committee

  • Stephanie Towle (Chair)
    Green Bay Area Public Schools

  • Josh Kohnhorst (Vice Chair)
    Nicolet National Bank

Young Professional Advisory Council (YPAC)

  • Rashad Cobb (Chair)
    Greater Green Bay Community Foundation

  • Sarah Krier (Vice Chair)