Concurrent Speakers & Facilitators

Target Audience

The primary audience for this symposium is teams or individuals working directly on hate/bias education, prevention, response, and healing within a higher education setting, which typically includes: 

  • Chief Diversity Officers
  • Affirmative Action Directors
  • Counseling staff
  • LGBT+ Directors
  • Multicultural Directors
  • Campus Climate Coordinators
  • Residence Life stakeholders
  • Violence Prevention Specialists
  • University Police
  • Student activists

This symposium will also benefit higher education faculty/staff/administrators who understand this work is bigger than one person or any team, anti-racist and social justice-centered K-12 educators, businesses/organizations who care about people, and those who want to do their part to advance inclusivity, equity, and justice within our collective spheres of influence. 

Nizam Arain, J.D. expanding section

Nizam Arain (نِظام ارائیں) received his J.D. degree from the University of Michigan Law School and his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Illinois. His prior roles at UWL include Assistant to the Vice Chancellor for Administration & Finance, Risk Manager, Contract Administrator, and Records Officer. Prior to working at UWL, he was a practicing attorney in his hometown of Chicago.

In addition to teaching a graduate-level courses on higher education law and related topics for the Department of Student Affairs Administration, Nizam has taught courses in U.S. Government and Constitutional Law for UWL's Department of Political Science and Public Administration, and has given numerous guest lectures on issues of diversity, civil rights, civil liberties, and the legal system.

Nizam is privileged to serve as a volunteer advisor for Awareness through Performance, UWL's award-winning student performance troupe.

Sam Becker, M.L.S. expanding section

Sam Becker (she/her/hers) serves as the Social Justice Education Specialist for the Multicultural Student Center. She grew up in the Chicagoland area and identifies as begrudgingly but solidly Midwestern. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in English and Philosophy from Roosevelt University in Chicago before earning a Master’s degree in Library and Information Sciences. Her experiences in librarianship influence her emphasis on information access and education as critical to one’s autonomy and personal empowerment.

Stephanie Bohlman, Ph.D. Candidate expanding section

Stephanie Bohlman is a Doctoral Candidate at St. Cloud State University pursuing a degree in Higher Education Administration. Her dissertation topic is about Latinx bi-cultural acculturation strategies at a teacher preparation program. She also works at Winona State University in the College of Education doing recruitment, advising, and as an instructor.

Kayden Carpentier, B.A. expanding section

Kayden Carpentier graduated in 2015 from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and Women's Gender and Sexuality Studies. After graduating, he worked in the non-profit sector providing supportive services to survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault. He also worked for La Crosse County Health and Human Services as a Crisis Responder and Social Worker to offer support to individuals experiencing mental health and/or substance use related concerns.

Although Kayden dabbled in case management services, his true passion lies in addressing disparities in equality and equity as they relate to diversity and inclusion. This passion now lies at the forefront of his work as the Campus Climate Trainer for UW-Platteville. In his current role, Kayden develops trainings, programs, and workshops based upon data collected by the university to address a variety of disparities related to diversity.

When not fighting the patriarchy, Kayden spends his time softly napping in a hammock, eating carbs, or working on DIY projects.

AJ Clauss, M.B.A., M.S. expanding section

AJ Clauss holds a Masters of Business Administration from Viterbo University, with an emphasis in Ethical Leadership and a Master of Science in Education focusing on College Student Development and Administration from UW-La Crosse. Currently, AJ serves as the Programming Coordinator for the Research & Resource Center for Campus Climate at UW-La Crosse. She previously worked in Residence Life at Carroll College and Georgetown University and has also served as leadership within the Kwik Trip organization. She has presented at numerous regional and national conferences on White Privilege in the LGBTQ Community, Sexual Assault Prevention, Native American Imagery and Mentoring & Career Success in Women from Lower Socioeconomic Status.

Laurie Cooper Stoll, Ph.D. expanding section

Dr. Cooper Stoll is Professor of Sociology in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice. Her research explores inequalities in education, gendered violence, and fat studies. She is the author of two books, "Race and Gender in the Classroom," winner of the 2015 Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship Book Award from the Race, Gender, and Class Section of the American Sociological Association, and "Should Schools Be Colorblind?" Dr. Cooper Stoll has published articles in peer-reviewed journals such as Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Race, Ethnicity and Education, Violence Against Women, Qualitative Sociology, Journal of Latinos and Education, Humanity & Society, Computers in Human Behavior, Fat Studies, and Research in Social Movements, Conflict, and Change. Dr. Cooper Stoll also serves as President of the School District of La Crosse Board of Education. Because of her expertise, she is often asked to conduct professional development with PreK-12 educators focused on ways to advance equity in schools.

Deka Dancil, B.S. expanding section

Deka Dancil is a community activist and advocate, focusing efforts on her hometown of Syracuse, NY. She is a Syracuse University alum and currently works for the University as Manager of Bias Response and Education. Prior to this role, Deka was the Director of Teen Programming for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Syracuse for several years. She also serves as the President of the Urban Jobs Task Force, a local 501(c)4 that advocates for equal access to employment opportunities for Syracuse city residents, especially minorities. She is a founding member and Core Trainer for RiseUp for Social Action which provides training, education, and consultation to activists, organizers, institutions, and organizations to incite social change. Deka is a recipient of this years' YWCA of Syracuse & Onondaga County Champions of Diversity Award and Spirit of the American Woman Activist Award. Deka was also honored with a proclamation from New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli for her service to the Syracuse community and gave a TEDx talk earlier this year. Her personal mission is to use her experience growing up in extreme poverty to empower others living the experience now to overcome.

Garrett Denning, B.A., B.S. expanding section

Garrett Denning is a 2nd year graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in the Student Affairs Administration Program. He serves as a Graduate Assistant in the UWL Pride Center and a Graduate Intern in UWL Campus Climate. Garrett specializes in queer identities in higher education and disability as social justice in higher education. He identifies as a queer Autistic trans man.

Sara Docan-Morgan, Ph.D. expanding section

Sara Docan-Morgan (Ph.D., University of Washington) is an associate professor of Communication Studies. She uses she/her/hers pronouns.

Docan-Morgan's work has been published in Adoption Quarterly, the Journal of Family Communication, the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, Communication Quarterly, and the Journal of Korean Adoption Studies, as well as in edited volumes. Her research focuses on how personal identity and family identity are formed, maintained, and negotiated through discourse in both adoptive and birth families. She teaches courses in interpersonal communication, research methods, intercultural communication, and advanced topics in interpersonal communication, and directs senior thesis projects. She is also the Chair of the Ethnic and Racial Studies department. 

During the 2016-17 academic year, Docan-Morgan was a Fulbright Senior Scholar in Seoul, South Korea, lecturing at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. She is a 2014 recipient of the UWL Provost's Teaching Award, the UWL College of Liberal Studies Excellence in Teaching Award, and has been honored by the University of Wisconsin System as an Outstanding Woman of Color in Education.

Ashley Edwards, Ph.D. expanding section

Ashley Edwards, Ph.D., (PGP she/her/hers) is an Asisstant Professor of Communication Studies at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. She has a B.A. in Communication from the University of Minnesota-Duluth, an M.A. In Speech from University of Hawai'i and a Ph.D. in Communication from Michigan State University. 

Wale Elegbede, M.B.A. expanding section

Wale Elegbede is an American Muslim, a native of Nigeria and one of the founding board members of the La Crosse Interfaith Shoulder to Shoulder Network (LISSN), a grassroots organization in La Crosse, Wisconsin established to empower people of all faiths or no faith to end anti-Muslim sentiment, Islamophobia and intolerance toward any group. Wale is also a member of the Rochester Muslim Community Circle, and actively involved in the Rochester Minnesota community. Recognized as a Community Servant by the La Crosse Tribune Editorial Board, Wale has spoken out and galvanized community response to hate, Islamophobia and inclusion in the La Crosse and Rochester communities. He also helps foster open discussion and understanding of the Islamic faith.

Recognized as an expert in project management, project portfolio management, and strategic business management, Wale Elegbede is a leadership and motivational speaker involved in healthcare and the community where he provides leadership, guidance and oversees strategy management, project management office and project portfolio management efforts. Wale is President of the PMI La Crosse – Rochester Chapter, a Distinguished Alumni Recipient of University of Wisconsin La Crosse, Olmsted Human Rights Commissioner, and instructor of graduate project management for Viterbo University. He holds a B.S. in Information Systems, M.B.A. with Ethical/Servant Leadership Emphasis, and numerous professional certifications.

Matt Evensen, M.S. expanding section

Matt Evensen is the Coordinator of Student Engagement in Residence Life and holds a Masters in Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education from UWL. He has previously worked with UW Colleges and Extension in their Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion providing support and training for staff and faculty in all 72 Wisconsin counties. Prior to that Matt spent 5 formative years in UWL's Campus Climate office. Hate/bias response is a central part of Matt's current role in Residence Life and he is eager to create space in understanding how to do this highly collaborative work better.

Amanda Goodenough, M.S. expanding section

Hired as Campus Climate's Communications & Program Coordinator in August of 2006, Assistant Director in 2013, and Director in 2018, Amanda (she/her/hers) and her team provide workshops, resources, and assessment to advance social justice, equity, and inclusion throughout the organizational culture. As part of her responsibilities, Amanda has provided leadership for Awareness through Performance and the Hate Response Team for over ten years. Operating from a cultural humility framework, Amanda constantly strives to recognize structural oppression, disrupt inequity, speak truth to power, and elevate historically marginalized voices and experiences. 

Holly Henderson expanding section

Holly Henderson graduated from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in 2010. She has been the Marketing, Communications and Projects Specialist for the School District of Baraboo since January 2017. In this position, she has received nine awards from the Wisconsin School Public Relations Association (WSPRA) and has been both a presenter and keynote during WSPRA conferences, as well as presenting at the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) conference, WASDA and WASSA.

In her position with the School District of Baraboo, Holly manages the District's social media accounts and produces the Thunderbird Thursday weekly e-newsletter, as well as the Thunderbird Quarterly, a magazine that is printed and mailed to Baraboo residents four times per year. She also reports on District events; produces brochures, informational flyers, referendum information, construction updates and more.

Jazzma Holland, B.A. expanding section

Jazzma Holland earned her B.A. in Organizational Communications from UW-La Crosse in 2015. She currently serves as the Assistant Director of Upward Bound at UWL while attending school to earn her Masters in Student Affairs Administration. She co-advises, Black Student Unity, is a co-founder and secretary of La Crosse's Black Leaders Acquiring Collective Knowledge, and a radio host of a show on RaqRadio called AllThatJazz. 

Roi Kawai, Ph.D. expanding section

Roi Kawai, Ph.D., currently serves on the Minneapolis Public Schools racial equity and integration leadership team, where he works to advance anti-racist, anti-sexist pedagogies and theoretical frameworks across the district. For seven years, he taught seventh and eighth grade American History, language arts, reading, algebra, and served as a curriculum writer and head of the school’s social and emotional curriculum. He also spent three summers teaching classes on political engagement and social change to middle/high school students in Chicago and served as an instructional coach to pre-service middle school teachers who taught students of color in Boston. For three and a half years, her served as an assistant professor in urban and multicultural education at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and served as the Campus Climate Faculty Fellow during the 2017–2018 academic year. He was a member of the UWL Hate and Bias Response Team for two years.

Stephanie Kyle-Brown, Psy.D., L.P. expanding section

Stephanie Kyle-Brown, Psy.D., L.P. is a staff clinician providing counseling services to students at Edgewood College. She holds a B.A. in psychology from Amherst College, and an M.A. and Psy.D. in clinical psychology from Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University. She has worked in college counseling for several years, including at Edgewood's Personal Counseling Services since August of 2016, and a post-doctoral fellowship at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in 2015 where she was a member of the Hate & Bias Response Team. She is a big advocate for self-care, and exploring how our environments impact our well-being and has really loved the opportunity to work with students and college communities on increasing health and wellness.

Caitlyn LoMonte, M.A. expanding section

Caitlyn LoMonte (she/her/hers) serves as the Assistant Director for Social Justice Programs at the Multicultural Student Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Caitlyn earned her Bachelor of Arts in Women’s Studies and Bachelor of Science in Advertising from the University of Florida where she was a Machen Florida Opportunity Scholar. She served as an AmeriCorps VISTA at the University of Florida providing resources, support, and outreach to first generation college students and former foster youth in the Gainesville, FL community before moving to Chicago, IL to pursue a Master of Arts in Women’s and Gender Studies from DePaul University. Caitlyn is passionate about social change, education, and empowerment.

Tesia Marshik, Ph.D. expanding section

My research focuses on the development of students’ motivation, self-control skills and teacher-student relationships (and, ultimately, how all of these factors interact to influence students’ development and academic adjustment). I also have a keen interest in debunking pseudoscience, exploring the roles of cognitive biases and logical fallacies in perpetuating misconceptions, and finding effective methods for motivating learning, fostering conceptual change, and promoting scientific and information literacy. I particularly enjoy making psychological science accessible and relevant to public audiences and I regularly present for  professional organizations within and outside academia (locally, nationally, and internationally).

Ryan A. McKelley, Ph.D. expanding section

Ryan A. McKelley is a Licensed Psychologist, Professor of Clinical/Counseling Psychology, and Associate Department Chair at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. He earned a B.S. in Organizational Communication from Northwestern University, and a M.A. in Educational Psychology and Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin. He regularly teaches courses on health psychology, behavior modification, abnormal psychology, group counseling, and men and masculinities. His research and publications focus on men and masculinities, and health psychology. After serving two years on the UWL Hate/Bias Response Team, he continues to do his own personal work around social justice issues and sometimes (often?) fails. He is grateful for the compassion of more experienced colleagues in modeling and supporting continued growth

ananda mirilli, M.Ed. expanding section

ananda mirilli​​ is a native from Brazil and has a long history of working with communities in the U.S. and abroad. At age 14 she engaged in social justice movement advocating for children with multiple abilities, seniors experiencing poverty, and youth experiencing homelessness. After moving to the U.S. ananda became an educator and found her passion facilitating learning spaces for individuals, groups and organizations engaging in transformative work. ananda’s commitment to racial and gender justice led her to develop new frames for youth and women’s leadership. As a skilled facilitator, ananda has engaged with thousands of youth, women and diverse professionals, building coalition and solidarity. ananda is the Grant Director to Address Racial Disproportionality in Special Education for the WI Department of Public Instruction, she holds a master’s degree in Education Leadership and Policy Analysis from the University of Wisconsin and a bachelor’s degree in Human Services and Psychology.

Rev. Benjamin Morris expanding section

Rev. Benjamin Morris serves as pastor at Lutheran Campus Ministry La Crosse. He is ordained in the Lutheran tradition (ELCA) and is passionate about serving alongside people of all backgrounds, and showing that the Gospel is more inclusive, reckless and wonderfully irresponsible than we could ever imagine. When he is not out and about doing pastor stuff he can be found with his family, in the outdoors, canoeing, kayaking, backpacking, and training for the American Birkebeiner. He holds a B.A. in History, from Central Michigan University, his seminary education was completed at Wartburg Theological Seminary in Dubuque, IA and he also spent a year studying at the Augustana Hochschule in Neuendettelsau, Germany. He is also a proud WFR (Wilderness First Responder) though hopes to never have to use the skills.

Lori M. Mueller, Ph.D. expanding section

Lori M. Mueller, Ph.D., serves as the District Administrator for the School District of Baraboo. Mueller, completed the doctoral program at Edgewood College, received her M.S. in Educational Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a B.S. in French and Health Education from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. In her 24 years in education as a teacher, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, and now superintendent, Mueller has presented at regional, state, and national conferences on topics related to grading for communicating student learning, developing assessment literacy, gifted and talented services, implementing a Response to Intervention framework, continuous school improvement, strategic planning, crisis response, and engaging the community in supporting facilities referenda.

Nese Nasif, Ph.D. expanding section

Nese Nasif joined the College of Business Administration at University of Wisconsin–La Crosse in 2016. Prior to that, she taught a range of undergraduate and graduate courses at a HSI in southern Texas. Nasif is the inaugural recipient of the Faculty Research Award for Extraordinary Service, which is awarded annually to a faculty member who actively advances UWL’s strategic goals diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Nasif holds a B.A. from University of Chicago (Economics), a M.A. from University of Michigan (Education), and a Ph.D. from University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley (Marketing). Her life outside of UWL includes spending time with her partner and three children and volunteering in community and municipal organizations that advance social justice in the La Crosse region.

 

Michelle Pitot, Ph.D. expanding section

Michelle Pitot is a Mental Health Provider at University Health Services at UW-Madison, with a focus on serving LGBTQ+ students. She earned her Master's Degree in Social Work from UW-Madison and her doctorate in Multicultural Education at the University of San Francisco. Her work as a social change agent has always included an emphasis on making the world a better place for marginalized communities. She was a Public Voices Fellow in 2017, and her OpEds have been published in Ms. Magazine, The Hill, and Medium.

Andrew Rasmussen expanding section

After arriving in La Crosse in 2009 to attend UW-La Crosse, Andrew Rasmussen has worked in the community raising awareness for and organizing around social justice. He participated and worked with local groups including Awareness Through Performance, Men United Against Sexual Assault, Latin American Student Organization, Centro Latino, Black Leaders Acquiring Collective Knowledge and more. Andrew held the position of Culturally Responsive Resource Advocate at New Horizons Shelter and Outreach Centers since 2017, and is currently looking to expand his advocacy in other areas. The Creating A Healthier Multicultural Community Project has also employed Andrew as a facilitator for the Deep Dive conversations, on community equity and inclusion. In his free time Andrew enjoys sushi, dog walking (on Rover ;) and long drives in the moonlight.

Chris Schuster expanding section

As a former Embassy Guard in the United States Marine Corps, and a current member of the Wisconsin Air National Guard Security Forces Squadron, Chris Schuster brings a diverse background even outside of his Law Enforcement career. He spent six years with the City of La Crosse Police Department as a Patrol Officer, School Resource Officer, and member of the Emergency Response Team (ERT), before joining the ranks of the UWL Police Department. In a short time Chris was promoted to his current position of UWL Police Detective. Among the many duties Chris performs, he has an intense passion for building positive relationships in and around the UWL Campus community.

Shaundel Spivey, M.S. Ed. expanding section

Shaundel Spivey is an community organizer and educator. In his previous role, as the cultural liaison at the La Crosse School District, Spivey created and coordinated the annual Black Youth Summit. He also is a co-founder of the organization Black Leaders Acquiring Collective Knowledge (B.L.A.C.K.). The organization raised more than $70,000 to sponsor a week-long trip for black and multi-racial youth to travel to historically black colleges universities, and visit cultural attractions in Washington, D.C. Spivey has received numerous awards for his work in the Black community from community leaders and organizations including the 2019 Martin Luther King, Jr. Leadership Award. Shaundel truly believes in action and love.

Betty Jeanne Taylor, Ph.D. expanding section

Betty Jeanne Taylor serves as assistant vice president in the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement (DDCE) at The University of Texas at Austin, where she leads the university's Campus Climate Response Team, partnering with colleagues to respond to reports of bias incidents impacting the university community. She is also a faculty member in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy, as a clinical assistant professor for the Program in Higher Education Leadership. Prior to joining DDCE, she served on the management team in the Office of the Dean of Students, as director of Greek Life and Education and instructed Intergroup Dialogue as a lecturer in the Department of Educational Psychology.

Taylor holds a Ph.D. in higher education administration from The University of Texas at Austin and received a B.S. in communication and an M.S. in higher education from Florida State University. Her research interests focus on intersectional identity development, inclusive climates, and recruitment/retention of faculty of color at predominantly white institutions.

Lena Tenney, M.Ed., M.P.A. expanding section

Lena Tenney is Coordinator of Public Engagement for the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity at The Ohio State University. They direct the facilitation portfolio of the Race and Cognition Program, which includes traveling around the nation to facilitate trainings about implicit bias, structural racism, being an active bystander, and whiteness. During their time at Kirwan, Lena has facilitated over 160 sessions reaching more than 12,000 participants in 17 states. Lena is a co-author of the 2017 edition of the Kirwan Institute’s State of the Science: Implicit Bias Review publication and a co-creator of multiple Implicit Bias Module Series online learning platforms.

Formally trained in Intergroup Dialogue and in Art of Hosting Conversations that Matter, Lena has a background in inclusive education and coalitional activism work. They are a founding member of two grassroots community activist groups that have sought to ensure legal protections for and institutional inclusion of LGBTQ individuals at the municipal and campus levels. Lena previously served on the LGBTQ Student Success Task Force for The Ohio State University and currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors for TransOhio—a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to advocating for transgender individuals and communities.

Lena holds a Masters of Education and a Masters of Public Administration from the University of Oklahoma. They also graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a Bachelors of Arts in Religious Studies and History from the University of Oklahoma.

Lore Vang, M.S. Ed. expanding section

Originally from Neenah, Wisconsin, Lore Vang became a sworn Madison Police Officer in September of 2014. Currently, Lore is an officer with the Community Outreach Resource Education (CORE) Team, and a certified law enforcement Defense and Arrest Tactics (DAAT) Instructor and Vehicle Contacts Instructor. Lore also serves on the department Honor Guard, and is a recruiter for the department. Lore has over five years of police experience, and over eight years of working in public relations and college administration. In 2008, he obtained his Master of Science in Education with an emphasis on Student Affairs Administration. In conjunction with his undergraduate study in Public Relations, he has had the opportunity to utilize his academic training to work in higher education on college campuses building strong relationships, while promoting and designing specific platforms for successful learning. Lore is a firm believer in lifelong learning and adult education. He has a strong commitment to promoting the understanding of human differences, confronting implicit biases, and encouraging inclusion. Lore is determined to apply his previous academic experience in his current role as a police officer to develop relevant learning objectives and initiatives to contribute to continued excellence in policing. Currently, Lore takes care of two giant toads, and enjoys creating tasty combinations in the kitchen or on the grill.  He has an affinity to creativity, and enjoys meeting new people.

Willem Van Rosenbeek, M.S. expanding section

Willem (Will) Van Rosenbeek (PGP: he/him/his/they/them) is the Director of the Pride Center at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. In July he started his 19th year in this position. In this time, he has witnessed the ever-changing identities of ones’ sexual orientation and gender identity. Will earned his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Therapeutic Recreation and his Master’s of Science in College Student Personnel from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.

Will lives in La Crosse with his partner Tara and their dog Ruby. He serves as a volunteer for  Habitat for Humanity, LGBTQ Center and La Crosse Community Foundation.

Jörg Vianden, Ph.D. expanding section

Dr. Jörg Vianden is Professor and Chair of the Department of Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Originally from Germany, he has lived in the United States for 25 years and received his doctorate from Indiana University. Vianden’s scholarship focuses on men and masculinities as well as social justice issues in higher education. His research has been published in several national and international journals.

Shilpa Viswanath, Ph.D. expanding section

Shilpa Viswanath is an Assistant Professor of Public Administration at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and Faculty Affiliate at University of Wisconsin-Madison's Center for South Asia. Her research focuses on the areas of gender and equity issues in public administration. She also specializes in advanced qualitative research methods. She was born and raised in the city of Bangalore in southern India. And, has lived in the UK and USA since, 2006. 

Muslim Youth Association expanding section
The panel will have six high school students to discuss many items related to Muslim students.
  • Yousef Kenj Halabi, 9th Grade Student at Middleton High School
  • Hani Sulieman, 10th Grade student at Verona High School
  • Asma Suliemam, 11th grade student at Verona High school
  • Sawsan Clute, 11th grade at Verona High School  
  • Hisham Abbas, Memorial High School, Madison
  • Meriem Clute, Verona High School