Member Monday: Rebecca Hoehn

These books are made for Oconomowokin’. Okay, I’m sorry, that was bad. But when a perfect Wisconsin pun presents itself to me, what else am I supposed to do? It’s dairy-endipity. Rebecca Hoehn is a Dairy State resident and originally hails from, you guessed it, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. She just graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (go badgers) this past spring with her Bachelor’s of Sciences … Continue reading Member Monday: Rebecca Hoehn

Member Monday: Jackie Millonzi

Schools of Hope Blog readers (all ten of you), meet Jacqueline (Jackie) Millonzi! Jackie is a native of Wisconsin who was born and raised just twenty minutes outside of Madison in Black Earth, Wisconsin. She recently graduated from UW-Madison with a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies and Geography, with a people-environment concentration. Jackie is currently serving as the Schools of Hope Tutor Coordinator at Dr. … Continue reading Member Monday: Jackie Millonzi

Member Monday: Ethan Seidenberg

To major in Philosophy or not to major in Philosophy, for some people that is the question. (Like Ethan of course, who has already answered it). If you’ve always wanted to befriend a philosopher, look no further than Ethan Seidenberg, our resident deep-thinker and also the Schools of Hope Tutor Coordinator at Hawthorne Elementary School in Madison, Wisconsin. Ethan is from Madison, Wisconsin and is … Continue reading Member Monday: Ethan Seidenberg