Presenters: Elaine Burns
is a registered nurse with many years of teaching experience in both Health and Wellness. Dave Umhoefer
is a member of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Watchdog team that investigates local government. He reports for PolitiFact Wisconsin, the Journal Sentinel's fact-checking service. Chris Dunning
is Professor Emeritus at UWM School of Continuing Education and a world-renown expert in trauma counseling. Kathy Brehmer
retired as the Manager of Budget for the Milwaukee Area Technical College in 2009. Since then she has served on the Leadership and Development Committee of Osher, tutored math for GED students and has enjoyed auditing classes at UWM through the 60+ audit program. In 2001 she and her husband traveled to Zimbabwe to view a total eclipse of the sun. Bradley J. Kalscheur
is an attorney at Michael Best & Friedrich LLP and Katherine W. Lambert an attorney at Lambert Law LLC. Both have a long history with the Partnership for Philanthropic Planning of Eastern Wisconsin. Diane Baughn
is the Education and Training Services Manager at the Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association. She received her bachelor's degree from Ripon College and her master's degree from Marquette University. She was a recipient of the Fullbright Scholarship in 1985 and has been an associate lecturer and instructor at UWM and WCTC.