Better Business Bureau names two new board members
Thiensville banker among them

News Graphic Staff

Aug. 20, 2019

MILWAUKEE — The Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin has added two new Board of Directors members, Brandon White of Mequon and Lori Oelhafen of Allenton.

“We are happy to welcome two new valuable business leaders from our great community. They will make an important and positive impact to our board,” said Jim Temmer, BBB Serving Wisconsin CEO and president. The Board of Directors supports the work of the Better Business Bureau Serving Wisconsin and provides mission-based leadership and strategic governance. White is a vice president branch manager for BMO Harris Bank in Thiensville. He has a passion for helping the youth maximize their potential. He serves as a member of several internal organizations at BMO Harris Bank and City Year, who helps to close gaps in high-need schools by supporting students’ academic and social-emotional development while also providing schools with the additional capacity to enhance school culture and climate.

White also represents BMO Harris Bank as a member of the Mequon-Thiensville Chamber of Commerce. He works closely with Rufus King High School, presenting on a range of topics aimed to help motivate the students and develop their skills.

Oelhafen is the manager of Dealer Technical Service and Consumer Affairs at Harley-Davidson Motor Company. She leads the Field Technical Service as well as the corporate-based Dealer Technical Service Staff.

Oelhafen, a lifelong Washington County resident, has been employed at Harley-Davidson Motor Company for 25 years and has strong business relationships with the more-than 680 U.S. dealers The BBB’s mission is to be the leader in advancing marketplace trust. They accomplish that by creating a community of trustworthy businesses, setting standards for marketplace trust, encouraging and supporting best practices, celebrating marketplace role models and denouncing substandard marketplace behavior.

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