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Thank You ALC!

Updated: Oct 30, 2019

Dear Friend of ALC,

It is with sadness that I am writing to let you know that I will be leaving my position of

Executive Director on November 7, 2019. ALC has been a wonderful place for me to work these past 15 months because of you! When I came to ALC it was during a time of change in my career. I had just begun a new non-profit organization and was looking for a complimentary role. ALC became an anchor and a place of stability for me as my family and I navigated the beginning of a new business. Unfortunately, that business struggled. Therefore, I will be leaving ALC to become the full-time Executive Director of Family Promise in Waukesha County.

This is difficult news to share because ALC is such a good place. I have a deep respect for the board of directors, enjoyed working with both of my partners Amy Schmelzer and Katie Eippert, been inspired by the commitment of the tutors and treasure hearing the brave stories of our students. I can assure you that the organization is strong and on solid footing because of the Board of Directors, Katie, our tutors and students. You are the foundation of ALC and give it the stability it needs. I depart with sadness but also a profound sense of gratitude for being exposed to the goodness of all of you at the Adult Literacy Center of Ozaukee County.

I am going to miss you and will continue to hold ALC in a special place. I wish you nothing but the best and hope to remain in contact.

To that end feel free to reach out through my personal email: For ALC business all current emails will be checked.

Thank you!


Joe Nettesheim

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