Meet the Board

We are a non-profit organization supported by a volunteer Board of Directors who dedicate their time and resources to creating valuable programming, networking, and educational opportunities for AMA Madison.

Special thanks to the employers that support our board members in their work with AMA!

 

Tony Veroeven

President

Director of Membership, AMPED Association Management

Amped
Jessica Wagner

 

Jessica Wagner, PCM
President Elect
Slipstream, Sr. Marketing Manager
 

Alyssa Spiel

Alyssa Spiel

Immediate Past President

Marketing Manager

Steven Miller
Secretary
Marketing Strategist, Ensodata

 

Jim Murphy, CFP, CTP

Jim Murphy, CFP, CTP

Treasurer

Certified Financial Planner, Neuenschwander Asset Management, LLC

 

Michol Banes

Michol Banes

VP of Collegiate Relations

Senior Marketing Manager, BakerTilly

Baker Tilly
 

Steve Mintz

Steve Mintz

VP of Programming

President of CLM Prescriptives

 

Erin Courtenay

Erin Courtenay

VP of of Community Partnerships

VP of Sales, Earthling Interactive

Sara Kerwin
VP of Membership
Director of Marketing, Find A Wrench
Carrie Brown headshot Carrie Brown, PCM
VP of Volunteers
Marketing Manager,National Cooperative Rx
National cooperative rx logo
 

James Roloff

James Roloff

VP of Communications

Sales and Marketing Director, Powderkeg Web Design

Powderkeg Web Design
 

Edessa Polzin

Edessa Polzin

Asst VP – Communications (Craft Marketing)

Sales & Marketing Manager, Webcourse Works

 

Sam Simon

Asst VP – Communications (Signature Speaker Series/Annual Conference)

Digital Marketing Coordinator at Graber Manufacturing, Inc.

 

Rissa Guffey

Rissa Guffey

VP of Technology

Marketing Manager, BioForward Wisconsin

Giovanni Aleman

Asst VP of Finance

W-9 Accountant and Videographer. President of GA Business Solutions

A Note From Our President

“I’ve been honored to serve the AMA Madison as a board member since 2014 and as President since 2020.

Volunteering for the chapter has been an extraordinary experience. My marketing journey started as a salesperson wanting to begin a career in marketing. After finishing my undergrad in marketing as an adult, I looked at the chapter to help me build my new career. There weren’t many opportunities to practice modern digital marketing in my sales job, nor did I learn them in school when I discovered the “4 Ps!”

When I began volunteering, I joined the Communication team and learned valuable hands-on skills. That’s the beauty of volunteering for AMA; it’s a safe sandbox to learn, play and take risks that one couldn’t get in a present job.

Every day I witness and experience a fantastic sense of community. I know many who have gotten new jobs because of their connections here. I’ve seen students and young professionals flourish and advance in their careers.

You may think you don’t have time to volunteer and to join a nonprofit board.

Only busy people know how to get things done. I hope you’ll join us!”

Tony Veroeven
2020-2021 President