Our Team

Circle Wisconsin Board of Directors

Matthew Bosen

President

Director of Sales & Servicing @ Visit Beloit

My favorite vacation spot is Lake Chetek in Northern Wisconsin where we spend time with good friends every summer enjoying all that the Badger State has to offer.

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Eva Hoey

Vice President

Visitor Center Information Director @ Visit Kenosha

My family had a summer home in Crivitz near the High Falls flowage. My five siblings and I spent summers swimming in the river and exploring the many waterfalls. Veterans Falls was our favorite. My mother always said the water was so cold because it came from the melting snow in Canada.

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Wendy Dobrzynski

Executive Director @ Circle Wisconsin

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Laura Bradley

Secretary

Director of Sales & Marketing @ Destination Door County

I love visiting Milwaukee to enjoy the energy of city life, dining out at my favorite restaurants in the Third Ward, grabbing a beer at one of the many breweries and just strolling along the riverwalk.

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Cory Mace

Past President

Vice President of Sales & Marketing @ Badger Bus

Favorite Wisconsin vacation spot/memory and why – my family has property up in the Lake Arrowhead area and we have created a lot of great memories there. There are endless activities including golf, boating, beach, four wheeling and much more.

Favorite Wisconsin Holiday tradition and why – every year we go as a family to the Rotary Lights in LaCrosse…go big or go home and it is the largest light display in the state and we love it

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Julie Gerczak

Past President

Vice President of Tourism @
Discover Green Bay

Mary Ross

Group Sales & Marketing @
Madeline Island Ferry

Shelly Harms

Public Relations Director @ Visit Sheboygan

My favorite holiday tradition is starting off the year right with the Sheboygan Polar Bear Plunge. Nothing like running in to Lake Michigan on January 1st to get a jump start on the New Year. It’s a fun, crazy tradition that has been going on since 1973. While I’ve only jumped in twice, watching everyone there is a tradition I plan to carry on for years. “It’s not cold enough” can be heard as everyone runs in – costumes, swimsuits and even an occasional dinosaur! It’s definitely photo worthy for sure.

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Joan Pinch

Regional Sales Manager @
WISCO Hotel Group

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