President of Workforce Development. She has served as Job Center Network Administrator for the Milwaukee Private Industry Council and also managed the Milwaukee Employer Accords program for the Greater Milwaukee Committee.
Prior to entering the public sector, Wilson spent ten years in corporate marketing and sales.
Doug Nass is the new Vice President of Facilities for Goodwill. With 60 current locations and a retail growth strategy that will add 20 Goodwill Store & Donation Centers in the next four years, the strategic planning and management of Goodwill facilities takes on additional complexity and significant financial impact. Nass has been with Goodwill for 13 years the most recent as Director of Facilities and Purchasing where he was responsible for maintenance, construction and build-outs of all facilities, security, and environmental services and purchasing.
Tammy Jung is the new Vice President and Controller for Goodwill. This position recognizes the scope and impact of her job responsibilities which include Goodwill’s Accounting, Payroll and Purchasing departments. Jung has been with Goodwill for 27 years and has seen the organization grow from a budget of about $10 million to $235 million.
“Each of these individuals brings strong leadership, vision, and experience to their positions,” said John L. Miller, president and CEO, Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin. “Utilizing the talents of our executive team and committed staff, we will continue to focus on meeting and exceeding community and customer needs.”
Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc. is the largest among 165 Goodwill organizations in North America. The organization employs more people with disabilities (28% of their workforce) than any other private-sector business in the area. In 2010, Goodwill provided services to over 41,000 men and women with disabilities and disadvantages. A strong expression of their financial stewardship is that 88 cents out of every dollar Goodwill receives is reinvested in programs and services.