LACS membership, staff growing

Ozaukee Press Staff

A strategic restructuring effort has led the Luxembourg American Cultural Society to hire four new positions with a fifth in the works, according to a release from the organization.

The LACS will have a full-time museum coordinator for the first time since 2011, naming Serena Stuettgen to the position.

Stuettgen spent four years as a staff member at the Pabst Mansion in Milwaukee, was an art handler for Guardian Fine Art Services and served as an intern at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.

She has a master’s degree in arts from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with an emphasis on public history and has a certificate in museum studies. She holds bachelor’s degrees in history and religious studies, and has a culture certificate from the University of Kassel in Germany.

Katie Gettel has been hired as a part-time administrative associate to work the front desk. She has worked as volunteer coordinator for the Port Washington Historical Society and was a college admissions representative for Bryant and Stratton College and Concordia University Wisconsin. She has a history degree and education minor from Concordia University Wisconsin.

Roseann Geib, a contract employee since 2017, has been hired as the citizen advocate. She is a mother of four who married into Luxembourg heritage and enjoys helping people obtain their dual citizenship.

Tara Williams has been brought on as a new contract employee. She will work part time, replacing the former full-time marketing and communications director Jason Bott.

Williams has 19 years of consultant experience including marketing for brands owned by Miller Brewing Co., Boise Office Products and for events at Memories Dinner Theater in the Town of Port Washington. She is the executive director for the Belgium Area Chamber of Commerce and vice president of the Ozaukee County Tourism Council.

The LACS is seeking to hire a strategic development director.

“Since becoming executive director in 2015, our organization has changed in ways that I could never have predicted,” Sara Jacoby said. “In 2015, we had 685 members. We’ve now grown to just over 3,000 members. As our organization continues to evolve, we have added staff members who bring a high level of professionalism and expertise that will continue the LACS growth for years to come.”

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