– Meena Nutbeam –
Founder & Executive Director; While still in high school, Meena founded Stork & Co. to help improve Milwaukee’s infant mortality rate and support new families. She is currently pursuing her undergraduate degree in Public Health from American University in Washington, D.C. She was also recently accepted in AU’s Health Promotion Management graduate program. Committed to improving community health and the well-being of families, Meena has also worked as Program & Research Coordinator at Evermore, and is also a current contributor to Cook Ross‘ CultureVision – a database of cultural information to help healthcare workers provide culturally competent care.
– Tracy Buss –
Co-Founder & President; Tracy works at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee in the Center for International Education and has helped to set up and make Stork & Co. possible.
– Alexandria Zielinski –
Development Coordinator; Alexandria is currently studying Nursing at Marquette University. She is passionate about women, children, and opportunities to help those in need. She is a proud volunteer of Stork & Co.
– Megan Morrisey –
Community Outreach Director; Megan Morrisey is a lawyer, professor, and mom to a toddler and new baby. Megan enjoys biking, traveling, and sailing on Lake Michigan. She is dedicated to educating new parents about safe sleep and providing support to new moms and dads!
– Abby Demler –
Associate Community Outreach Director; Abby works as the Public Health Specialist at the Greenfield Health Department. She is excited and honored to be a part of Stork and Co in Milwaukee, and is dedicated to reducing infant mortality rates through means of safe sleep promotion, education, and partnership.
– Jamie Bang –
Madison Community Outreach Associate Director; Jamie is a hard working graduate of Franklin High School interested in pursuing a medical career. She is a proud volunteer at Stork & Co, and attends UW-Madison.
– Fiona Nutbeam –
Volunteer Coordinator; Fiona helps to coordinate Stork & Co’s volunteers and volunteer events. She also works to share volunteer opportunities and fundraise.
Our mission is to improve the lives of infants in Milwaukee and Wisconsin, one baby box at a time.
If you are interested in helping us realize our potential, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org as well as view our “Volunteer Opportunities” page for further information on volunteer opportunities. There are many opportunities to help, including volunteer work, promotion, and donation. If you are interested in any of these, or have any questions for us, don’t hesitate to ask. If you would like to donate, please feel free to check out our “Support” page, or go straight to our Fundly donation page. Thank you for your support.