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MAILED: March 13, 2000|
A journalism graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire with 10 years of marketing experience in the Chippewa Valley has been hired as news editor in the News Bureau at UW-Eau Claire.
Elizabeth Wolf Green will join the UW-Eau Claire News Bureau staff March 13, said Janice Wisner, director of the News Bureau.
"We are pleased to welcome Elizabeth to our News Bureau team," Wisner said. "Her strong writing, editing and organizational skills, as well as her dedication to UW-Eau Claire and familiarity with the Chippewa Valley, will serve her well in helping the News Bureau achieve the communication goals of the university."
As news editor Wolf Green will serve as an editor and writer and assist with research, news releases, publications and other public information services.
Wolf Green is taking over the news editor position held by Judy Berthiaume, who will now serve as the marketing program manager at UW-Eau Claire. In her new role, Berthiaume will help develop an integrated marketing plan for the university, as well as coordinate the creation of marketing materials to support the university's recruitment goals.
Wolf Green previously served as the proposal coordinator at Ayres Associates for five years, and prior to that was the publications specialist at Luther Hospital. Her experience includes coordinating various publications, supervising interns and staff, and serving as a media liaison.
She has been actively involved in the Eau Claire community as a past communications chairwoman of the American Heart Association, a member of the United Way communications committee and a past member of the Western Wisconsin Press Club. She has been involved in several fund-raising activities and volunteers as a Courage Center alpine ski instructor for the physically challenged.
A UW-Eau Claire alumna, she graduated in 1989 with a bachelor's degree in journalism. She and her husband, Norm, are parents of Jacob, 14 months old.
Janice B. Wisner
UW-Eau Claire News Bureau
Updated: March 13, 2000