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SBC - Milwaukee Hosts National Kidney Foundation – Wisconsin Chapter KEEP™ Volunteer Appreciation Event

April 19, 2011 General 0 Comments

On April 12th, The Wisconsin Chapter of the National Kidney Foundation provided a reception to honor those volunteers at our local campus. They were honoring the SBC –Milwaukee staff and student volunteers along with those from the local community, who have been instrumental in helping them with their KEEP™ initiative. KEEP™ stands for Kidney Early Evaluation Program.2010 was a very successful year for the National Kidney Foundation’s program - with the SBC affiliation adding tremendously to that success.Our volunteers have been dedicated and have made a difference in the lives of so many.

The event was attended by the college’s lead management team, staff, and alumni along with community members. Along with Cindy Huber, CEO of Wisconsin National Kidney Foundation, who gave a report on the 2010 success, also in attendance were Sue Schaus, RN, Manager Community Programs and Amanda Pollock from Business Information.

Refreshments were offered and awards were given. Campus President, Dr. Steve Guell, accepted a certificate of appreciation for the campus.The evening closed with a special guest speaker, Wayne Breitbarth, author of “The Power Formula for LinkeIn Success”.

Sanford-Brown College - Milwaukee - KEEP Event
In photo above: Dr. Steve Guell, Sue Schaus, Cindy Huber, Dr. Randall Levin, Amanda Pollock, Kyle Morrison, Tameka McKinzie, Jaquell Gilbert, Amitra Searcy


 

Sanford-Brown College - Milwaukee - KEEP Event
In photo above: Kyle Morrison, Sue Schaus 


 

Sanford-Brown College - Milwaukee - KEEP Event
In photo above: Cindy Huber, Dr Steve Guell


 

Sanford-Brown College - Milwaukee - KEEP Event
In photo above: Dr. Randall Levin,  Sue Schaus, Tameka McKinzie, Cindy Huber, Jaquell Gilbert

 

 


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