WAUKESHA – The University of
Wisconsin-Waukesha has named Dave Schultz as the executive
director of the UW-Waukesha Foundation Board.
Schultz, former executive vice president of the Waukesha
Memorial Hospital Foundation and president of Waukesha County
Community Foundation, replaces Lillian Boese, who retired as
director in October, according to a UW-Waukesha statement.
“I am pleased to announce Dave Schultz as the new executive
director of the UW-Waukesha Foundation Board,” said Harry Muir,
UW-Waukesha dean and CEO. “He brings great experience and
leadership in working with the greater Waukesha community. Dave
will also bring a regional focus in our development efforts in
keeping with the direction of the board.”
From 2000 to 2006, Schultz led his own firm in providing fund
development advice and counsel for nonprofit organizations in
southeastern and southern Wisconsin. He also has worked in
development and fund-raising for several educational
institutions, including Carroll University, Ripon College and
the University of Denver.
“College campuses tend to be future-oriented and therefore a
place with lots of optimism,” Schultz said. “It feels good to be
a small part of helping people to make better lives for
themselves and to make our society a more educated one. “
In his new position, Schultz said he plans to educate others
about UW-Waukesha and engage alumni, according to the statement.