Our Team

In addition to providing information and referrals, WPA team organizes educational events, guides support groups and offers outreach and education to professional caregivers, home health teams, and other professionals wanting to learn about Parkinson’s Disease.

KELLY
CIESLAK, MBA

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
(414) 386-5161
[email protected]

JILL
COMPTON

(414) 386-5162
[email protected]

DACY
REIMER, APNP, MSN

DIRECTOR – MEDICAL ADVISING AND EDUCATION 
(414) 386-2305 

[email protected]

JENNIFER
ARMBRUSTER

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND EVENTS COORDINATOR
(414) 386-5164
[email protected]

RAVEN
HAMILTON

OPERATIONS MANAGER 
(414) 386-5160

[email protected]

Board of Directors

WPA is governed by a volunteer board of directors. Our board includes people with Parkinson disease, family members of people with Parkinson’s, business professionals, and community members. Members of the board are elected for a three-year term.

Officers

  • Dick Cosentino, President | Cosentino Financial Group
  • Ron Mohorek, Vice President | Ascension Health Care, Retired
  • Erika Smith, PharmD, Secretary | Freodtert & Medical College of Wisconsin
  • Charles DuPont, Treasurer | Quad/Graphics, Retired

Members

  • Craig Barbian | Retired
  • Brian Bulgrin | Deloitte, LLP
  • Katie Dillow | Marcus Performing Arts Center
  • Bill Forrester | Anchor Moving Systems, Retired
  • Lisa Kokontis, MD| Neuroscience Group
  • Patrick McBride | O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C.
  • Rob McDonald | Johnson Controls
  • Fred Moseley | Deloitte, LLP, Retired
  • Angela Pecoraro | Vista Equity Partners
  • Bethany Seeboth | Powering Up

Emeritus Members

  • Cheryl Prescott | Prescott Family Foundation

Medical Advisory Committee

The Medical Advisory Committee provides medical oversight for WPA. The members advise our board and staff on the content of medically-related programs, and on topics related to clinical care of people with Parkinson disease. The Committee is made up of doctors from various healthcare locations around the state of Wisconsin.

IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR THOSE WITH PARKINSONS