Tetzloff named NWTC Learning and Innovation Center Manager

Wednesday October 11, 2017
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) has appointed Lisa Tetzloff to serve as manager at the College’s new Learning and Innovation Center in Partnership with Nicolet National Bank (LIC) in Northern Door County.
“I’m very excited to be a part of this extraordinary educational initiative,” Tetzloff said. “NWTC and area residents are working together to create a place that will be responsive to Northern Door’s particular needs and interests.”
Tetzloff comes to NWTC from the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, where she worked for 16 years. She most recently served as the Director of Student Life and as an instructor there. She lives in Egg Harbor.
Tetzloff will oversee day-to-day operations at the LIC, including developing and marketing programs, managing the budget, and assessing community needs. Her top priorities will be supporting existing businesses and new business start-ups and providing opportunities for community engagement and lifelong learning.
“The center will provide a variety of resources to help individuals and the larger community achieve their goals,” said Tetzloff. “We’ll host classes, training, meetings, one-on-one consultations, and gatherings of all kinds.”  
Tetzloff earned her Ph. D. in Higher Education Administration from Purdue University and also holds degrees in journalism and English.
“I can’t wait for the center to open its doors,” Tetzloff said. “We will strive every day to be a valued contributor to the great quality of life in Northern Door.”
The LIC is located in the former Nicolet National Bank located at 2438 S. Bay Shore Drive, Sister Bay. The space is currently under construction and is set to open in 2018.
Background on the Learning and Innovation Center
The Learning and Innovation Center idea arose from discussions among leaders in the Liberty Grove area who were looking for ways to spur economic development and retain young talent in the area. They approached NWTC to propose a partnership. Over the last year and half, an advisory group has worked with the college to identify priorities.

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