Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary - Dept. of WI

Department Mentoring for Leadership Chairperson

Rita Byers
547 Front St.
Cashton, WI  54619
(608) 654-5470
rabyers66@gmail.com

District Chairpersons - 2019-2020

District
Chairperson
1
Krista Pfeiffer
319 S. Emmertsen Rd.
Racine, WI  53406
(262) 886-5132
pfeifk25@gmail.com
2
Laurel Ann Wiese
W4337 CTH S, Lot 57
Horicon, WI  53032
(920) 382-0873
wiesel@charter.net
4
Susan Koehler
8040 S. 20th St.
Oak Creek, WI  53154
(414) 761-0363
skoehler@wi.rr.com
6
Linda Lichtenwalner
PO Box 404
Germantown, WI  53022
(262) 251-2163
lindalichtenwalner@yahoo.com
7


None Listed


8
Jennifer Bonack
W4058 Del Rose Ln.
Appleton, WI  54913
(920) 809-1972
jsbonac@gmail.com
9
Rhonda Rimarcik
675B Circle Pine Dr.
New Richmond, WI  54017
(715) 419-1036
rjnyhas@frontier.com
10
Victoria Newbauer
N9808 Shorewood Rd.
Tomahawk, WI  54481
(715) 453-1926
vnewbauer1950@gmail.com
11
Rita Byers
547 Front St.
Cashton, WI  54619
(608) 654-5470
rabyers66@gmail.com


A Mentor can be defined as a trusted friend, good listener, open to new ideas, understanding, someone who possesses patience, is knowledgeable, and has compassion to perform a simple but vital task linking to a positive experience for members.  Goals for the Mentoring for Leadership Program include:
Respect for the Past - Mentoring provides a look back on traditions of the Auxiliary.
Embrace the Present - Mentoring provides the insight to the current practices.
Plan for the Future - Mentoring creates knowledge helpful for leadership skills.

Every member can be a mentor by following these objectives:
*  Create future leaders by providing guidance and support to all members.
*  Enhance knowledge and educate on topics relaing to the Auxiliary that will compliment all Programs.
*  Ensure a positive member experience, embracing the diversity of membership and how valuable every member is with a first and lasting impression.

As we begin a new Auxiliary year, let's all consider new members attending meetings by showing "Respect for the Past" in explaining the "why's" we do things in a certain format, for example - standing, siting, etc. according to the raps of the gavel.

Mentoring for Leadership Bulletins


July 2019


Mentoring for Leadership