Cheryl brings to HEW her knowledge of finance and nonprofits. She has worked with large corporations as well as nonprofits in the Twin Cities area during her 20+ year career as an accountant and systems manager. She currently concentrates her time volunteering in her community and with her son’s school.
A lifelong resident of the Fox Cities, Phyllis and her husband raised their family here. She has been a small business owner for over 40 years.
Phyllis appeared in the iconic 1970’s film, “The Exorcist”.
Teresa, the mastermind behind our Advances in Lymphedema Care Conferences, Wisconsin's first and only of its kind, has devoted her life to caring for and advocating on behalf of her patients. A recognized Lymphedema authority, she holds a doctorate in physical therapy.
Evelyn possesses extensive business experience in a wide range of industries. She currently is involved in the local organic food industry, is an active community volunteer, and a master in the fine art of complicated tie-dye.
HEW Founder & CEO, Jennifer, co-owner of Edmondson Law Office, has been an attorney for over 35 years. She is a survivor of metastatic breast cancer and Lymphedema.
We are thankful for the service of our past board members:
Dorothy K. Dean
In 2011, Jennifer was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer, and later developed Lymphedema. Aggressive cancer treatments, including surgeries, chemotherapy, and radiation resulted in great physical and emotional pain. She decided to use her pain and suffering to fuel her work in helping others.
She founded Health, Education & Welfare in May 2018.
Worth of compression garments provided through our Compression Garment Fund to those in need, since 2019.
In attendance at our events.
Estimated number of Americans living with Lymphedema - more than the combined total of Americans living with ALS, AIDs, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, MS, and Muscular Dystrophy.
Organizations, businesses, nonprofits, and individuals we have partnered with, in fulfilling our mission.
Wisconsin's first and only financial aid program helping Lymphedema survivors to obtain their medically needed compression garments.
We place a high priority on collaborations and partnerships with businesses, individuals, and other nonprofits, in our quest to make our world a better place for all its inhabitants. We continue to develop new and innovative programs and services in the areas of health, education & welfare.
We can tailor educational and informational presentations and seminars for your business or organization. We'd be happy to work with you! Contact us!
Wisconsin's first and only Lymphedema conference for Lymphedema survivors, their supporters, and healthcare professionals, providing direct access to noted Lymphedema experts, and national manufacturers of Lymphedema products.
Arts related workshops for people who have experienced emotional trauma from health crises. Facilitated by accomplished artists and emotional health professionals in a safe and welcoming environment. "Artful Healing for You."
Wisconsin's first and only award recognizing excellence in Lymphedema advocacy. Named for Shellie Stellrecht, a tireless advocate for cancer and Lymphedema survivors, and whose legacy continues through the LiveStrong programs in northeast Wisconsin.
Encouraging aspiring journalists by providing direct access to noted media professionals in an interactive, educational setting. In partnership with NEWSPA and the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh.
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- Amy Z.
Proud to be Located in Appleton, Wisconsin
Health, Education & Welfare is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Contributions are tax deductible as provided by law. EIN #82-5171301
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