Meet the 1st Tuesday of each month from 7:30 – 9 a.m.


  • Purpose Statement: To catalyze, energize and support the realization of young professionals’ voices by creating opportunities to engage with elected officials and community leaders.
  • YPAC members are responsible for brainstorming ways for us to advance our purpose in the community, ask meaningful questions of the group and elected officials and execute tasks that support resource development and event planning. They provide strategic input for the group’s purpose and weigh in on the young professional experience in Green Bay.



See upcoming events on our main calendar.

AGENDA: Varies

FEE: Free for CYP members

ABOUT: Take a seat at the table and contribute to conversations with local and state representatives.


Ken Mika - chair
Tetra Tech, Inc.

Ken Mika has been involved with YPAC since the fall of 2018. He is a strategic leader with a proven record of the ability to evaluate, build and implement process improvements within and across teams and has the ability to build and maintain cooperative teaming relationships. After moving to Green Bay, Ken looked for opportunities to get involved and use his engineering skillset where needed in his new community. He enjoys meeting with local leaders and providing insight into conversations using his engineering background. Outside of current, he is heavily involved with the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Western Dredging Association. In his free time, Ken enjoys spending time with his family and friends, working out and trying craft beer and wine. 

Alexa Priddy
Alexa Priddy - Co-chair

Alexa Priddy, annual giving coordinator at CP, has been involved with YPAC since spring of 2021. She became involved after becoming an employer member with her former employer and getting involved with trainings and events. Alexa is a communications professional with over 10-years of experience working with diverse organizations to build integrated marketing, communications and fundraising initiatives. After moving to Green Bay from Denver, Alexa looked for ways to get involved and create change on the systems and community levels. She enjoys the fact that YPAC affords young professionals the chance to engage with local leaders and elected officials to better understand our community and how we can all be catalysts for positive, progressive change locally.


Cassandra Erickson


Grace Petry
The appleton Grouop


Josh Lutzow
Berners Schober


Paul Mee
Automation Arts
Rebecca Larsen
McDonald Companies