The Rotary Club of Milwaukee is pleased to announce that Nancy Sennett will be the RCM’s 104th President, serving in 2016-2017.
“I am humbled and honored to have been chosen to lead the Club. RCM is currently positioned to be an important catalyst for seizing new opportunities to help steer Milwaukee into a truly important global city. Whether through our weekly meetings with exceptional speakers who inform us so well about the challenges and opportunities for our region, our committees and their participants who are willing give their time, talent and treasure, or our general ‘can do’ attitude of club members, we are a special group that will impact Milwaukee’s future. I look forward to working with each of you during this exciting time for our Club," said Nancy.
Nancy has been a Rotarian since 1997. She has served as the Chair of the Program Committee, on the Board of Directors, and on the Rotary Person of the Year and the Leadership Committees.
Nancy is a partner at law firm Foley & Lardner where she is a member of the Litigation Department. Her work includes commercial and financial matters with a focus on securities, tax, fiduciary, corporate, and licensing disputes. She has served the firm as a member of its Management Committee and as Managing Partner of its Milwaukee Office. She has been recognized by the Milwaukee Bar Association as its Lawyer of the Year, the Legal Aid Society for her pro bono work with the Equal Justice Medal, by Professional Dimensions with its Sacagawea Award, and by the UW-Madison with its annual Alumni Award. Nancy is a graduate of Northwestern University School of Law and UW-Madison.
Nancy is married to John, an investment adviser. They have three grown children, Amy, Laura and Andrew.
Nancy will succeed Dan Vliet as president, who will succeed John Bernaden as president on July 1, 2015.