Alumni and Friends

 As alumni and friends of the Les Aspin Center for Government, you understand the uniqueness of our programs and the impact they have on our students.

During the past 30 years, the Les Aspin Center has transformed more than 2,500 students into women and men dedicated to our political process and affecting change in our nation’s capital, in their communities, and around the world. The Les Aspin Center would not be what it is today without your help.

Les Aspin Center Board of Visitors

We especially want to thank the Les Aspin Center Board of Visitors for their support, generosity, and guidance. 

James Aspin
Management Vectors

Micahel Bartley
Steeltown Entertainment Project

William Broydrick
Broydrick & Associates

Todd Ciresi
Resultati

Timothy F. Cullen

Rudy de Leon
Center for American Progress

William Ryan Drew
O'Neil, Cannon & Hollman

Andrew Foster
Aemetis Advanced Fuels

Sharon Haverstock
Haverstock & Associates, LLC.

Kathryn Hein

Mary E. Henke
Gordon Henke Family Foundation

Robert Henzl
Hostak, Henzl & Bichler

Hon. Herb Kohl
U.S. Senate (retired)

 

Jacqueline Lewis

Hon. David Obey
U.S. House of Representatives (retired)

Steven M. Radke
Northwestern Mutual

Bruce Renquist

Hon. Paul Ryan
Former Speaker of U.S. House of Representatives 

John Seder
Milwaukee Valve

Mary Beth Stanton
Invariant

Amy Ford Souders
Cornerstone Government Affairs Group

Hon. Tommy Thompson
Former Secretary of U.S. Department
of Health and Human Services; Former Wisconsin Governor

Mark Wagner
Johnson Controls, Inc. 

John K. Wilson
Foley & Lardner LLP

Tim Yehl
Tim Yehl Consulting


Les Aspin Alumni Council

This year, we have reestablished the Les Aspin Alumni Council, composed of student interns in the Office of Public Affairs who have participated in the Les Aspin or Kleczka Programs. As part of their mission to connect alum, they have created the newsletter to inform alumni about the Aspin Center, the Kleczka Program, Alumni Council programming and the success of our former students.

 

Alumni Newsletter Archive

Spring 2019