Board of Directors:
The Geneva Lake Conservancy Board of Directors is comprised of persons who have a deep love for the natural and cultural history of Wisconsin’s southern lakes region. All are full or part-time residents, with a variety of backgrounds including government, education, business, professional, marketing, farming and real estate. Board members share a passion for the long-term protection of Walworth County’s land and water resources.
- Charles L. Colman, Chairman
- Don Parker, Treasurer
- Dawn Ripkey, Vice Treasurer
- John K. Notz, Jr., Secretary
- Merilee M. Holst, Vice Secretary
- Joe Madonia, Vice Secretary
- John D. Cobb
- Donald Huml
- Dennis E. Jordan
- Susan Kiner
- Robert Klockars
- Peter Scherrer
- Sarah Schuster
- Robert M. Six
Janet Happ – Manager of Fundraising & Community Outreach
Janet Happ joined the staff of the GLC in March 2012 and is delighted to be working for an organization that is instrumental in protecting the Geneva lake area. Janet attended Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH and graduated with majors in English and Economics and a MA in Economics.
Lynn Ketterhagen - Manager of Land Protection and Operations
Lynn Ketterhagen is a life long resident of the Geneva Lake area, having lived most of her life in Fontana. She is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin LaCrosse with a B.S. in Geography with a concentration in Environmental Science. Having grown up in Fontana, Lynn is extremely passionate about the area and the job she does for the Conservancy. She has been employed at the Conservancy since June 2004. She was promoted to Land Protection Specialist in March 2005, and worked with the Conservancy’s land protection agreements. In March 2011, Lynn was promoted to Manager of Land Protection and Operations.
Carolyn Knop – Administrative Office Assistant