President and Events Manager
Originally from Webberville, MI, Trisha spent her early years in lower Michigan and later years moving around the United States with her husband and their kids. After working in many different career trades, she decided at the age of 30 that she wanted a degree, something she had always desired, but never thought she could do. Trisha began her college education at the University of Wisconsin-Marinette (now known as UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus). Later, she transferred to University of Wisconsin-Green Bay to finish her Bachelor’s in History, Arts Management, and Women Studies. Trisha and her family now live in Minnesota where she works with non-profits doing administration and fundraising and events. Passionate about women being college educated, she established the Trisha Rose Learning Disability Scholarship. She knows how hard the journey can be. Through this scholarship, women with learning disabilities can change their lives.
Vice President and Legal Advisor
Originally from Neenah, Wisconsin, Thalia spent most of her life in northern Wisconsin and the Fox Valley. After working in factories for many years, leading to major back surgery at 36, Thalia went back to college at 37. She first began her college education at the University of Wisconsin-Marinette (now known as UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus). Later, Thalia transferred to UW-Green Bay to finish her Bachelor’s in History, Political Science, and Social Change and Development with a Law and Justice Emphasis. In 2016, Thalia graduated from Concordia University School of Law. Thalia Radey and her husband of 19 years live in Idaho where she is an attorney practicing family law. Passionate about women being college educated, she established the Jane Doe Survivors' Scholarship in honor of all women who have experienced domestic violence first hand. Through this scholarship, women are able to break the financial hold of domestic violence.
Secretary and Media Manager
Hailing from the twin cities of Marinette, WI/Menominee, MI, Jenna has lived in Wisconsin and Michigan with her family. She returned to college in her thirties and relied on scholarships to help fund part of her education while attending UW Marinette (now known as UW Green Bay – Marinette Campus). She later went on to obtain her BA in English, Creative Writing, and Theatre, as well as an MA in English with a Screenwriting Emphasis. Finally, she received an MFA in Creative and Professional Writing from SNHU. Jenna currently resides in Northeast Wisconsin with her family. A professor of writing and communication for ten years, she is a leader in education, media/communication, writing, and owns her own businesses. Dedicated to women being college educated, Jenna has created the Phoenix Women’s Scholarship which helps single mothers continue their secondary education.