Meet Your Women’s Leadership Institute Team
The staff at the Women's Leadership Institute is here to help you tap into your leadership potential. Think of us as your advocates and support throughout your leadership journey.
We’re here to help you explore, affirm and embrace who you are, what you offer, and where you want to go in your life – whether you’re just beginning your professional career, starting down a new path, or enhancing your current role.
Executive Vice President for Administrative Services
Beth is an accomplished executive who brings her business acumen, entrepreneurial spirit
and passion for drawing out the best in people and organizational processes.
She joined Mount Mary following 20 years in the financial services industry, most recently as PNC Bank’s Regional President for Wisconsin. She holds a bachelor’s degree from SUNY–Buffalo and an MBA from Case Western Reserve University. She also is active in the community, serving as a board member of the Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation, United Way of Greater Milwaukee, United Performing Arts Fund and the Milwaukee Art Museum.
Director of Programs
Natalie oversees the Women’s Leadership Institute programs and logistics in following its mission to empower women to become leaders in the community and in life. She has 18 years of business experience with PNC Bank, Associated Bank and Midwest Airlines. She is a volunteer with the Red Shoe Friends of the Ronald McDonald House Charities Eastern Wisconsin, and has also volunteered with Make-A-Wish Foundation, United Community Center, Betty Brinn Children’s Museum, the Milwaukee Art Museum and other organizations.
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Shannon collaborates with the Executive Director and Director of Programs to help develop events and activities for the greater community and Mount Mary student population, while also providing administrative support for the Institute as a whole. Prior to joining the Women’s Leadership Institute, Shannon worked for nearly 6 years with PNC Bank where she coordinated corporate events, the employee volunteerism programs, the annual United Way campaigns, and managed numerous strategic sales campaigns. In addition, she’s remained active throughout the community with the United Community Center, Milwaukee Art Museum, Betty Brinn Children’s Museum and Feeding America.