Dawn Paradiso – Hansen – Director
Under Dawn’s leadership, Compassionate Home Health Care Inc. doubled its client base in under a year once becoming Medicaid Certified under the state of Wisconsin. CHHC received their official 501c3 not-for- profit status in April 2010. She has helped the organization partner with entities in the Fox Valley, including Child Care Resource and Referral, Luther Social Services, Community Care, Lakeland Care, Fox Valley Sib Network, Network Health, Recover Health, Fox Valley Technical College, IRIS, Willow Heart Day Care, ADRC (Aging and Disabilities Resource Center), Outagamie County's W2 Program, University of Oshkosh, Rasmussen College, Concordia University, and W2 Program Interns (provide temp work experience for those with hard skills that need to gain experience for the field they wish to get into).
Dawn enjoys watching her 13 year old daughter Sofia Marie compete in dance competitions, present projects at school (Kaleidoscope Academy in Appleton, WI), play board games, and spend time with their friends in Fox Valley area. Dawn is a published Author (Social Gathering in Pursuit of the Perfect Relationship, under DMarie Hansen) and has invented, trademarked, and patented the product Kupboard Keepsakes. When she’s not working she enjoys being with her family and friends, working out, writing, gardening, and cooking. Dawn has a passion to help assist others with the resources
that surround her.
Dawn’s motto in life is "Never say can't because you always can. Just try."
Sally Carpenter – Customer Service
Sally is a trained Certified Nurse’s Assistant and Licensed Practical Nurse. While working in various nursing fields, Sally discovered her passion for providing personal cares for individuals in their own homes. She has been working in the Home Health Care field for the past seven years. Sally is a single mom of two young adults. When she is not working or being mom, you can find her swimming laps or skating with the Fox Cityz Foxz Womens Roller Derby League in Appleton.
Kenneth Henderson – Treasurer
Ken is a seasoned professional with over 25 years of advertising & marketing experience. His marketing career began with seven years at Procter & Gamble which provided him a firm foundation in packaged goods and a thorough understanding of the advertising/promotional marketing mix. Ken went on to Six Flags Theme parks where he helped to refocus Bally Corporation's $47 million theme park advertising budget, and where he helped create and develop Six Flags Entertainment, the concert division of Six Flags which promoted hundreds of name talent concerts such as Billy Idol, John Cougar Melencamp, and Huey Lewis in Six Flags outdoor amphitheaters in Houston, and Dallas. Ken went on to utilize his innovative & creative marketing strategies for LifeTouch (J.C. Penney Portrait Studios) & created the industry's 1st relational database while contributing significantly to their growth of this $300 million company by the creation of Target Portrait Studios in 1995. Today, LifeTouch is the country’s largest processor of studio and school photography in the U.S. Ken left LifeTouch to focus his energies on the agency business. As President of More Direct he led the agency growth increased capitalized billings four fold, to $18 million working with nationally recognized advertisers such as Apple and Compaq Computer, Canon USA, and Olsten Personal Services. As a consultant, Ken has helped numerous companies such as Pharmacist's Ultimate Health, Wallace Marx & Associates, Gage Marketing Services, GreenTree Financial, and People PC grow their business through innovative creative programs. In 2008, Ken founded Performance Based Marketing (PBM). PBM is a performance based marketing agency using creative problem solving and unique media buying to expand results for more than 35 brands. Today’s clients include DishTV, Net Zero, LifeAlert, ATT Uverse, Renewal by Andersen, and Hughes Satellite, among others. Ken graduated from the University of Houston with a degree in Accounting and attended University of Houston Clear Lake for his graduate studies in business. Ken often lends his expertise to numerous start up and developing companies in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Thomas Clifford – Secretary
Tommy has spent over 20 years in the printing industry from his days setting type at Kinko's to sitting in management positions running the North American prepress operations for RR Donnelley's Book Group to his current role as Director of Development steering the Marketing Services division at HC Miller in Green Bay. Tommy, or tommytrc as his social media followers know him as, has been dabbling in social media since the fall of 2008. Tommytrc regularly ranks as one of the top Twitters’ in Wisconsin and top 25 in the country. He is a Self-proclaimed Tech Geek, Marketing and Printing Guy, Mac Head, and PC Guy Too.
Dr. Khristi Otto – President
Dr. Khristi Otto has been practicing chiropractic for the past 20 years and is one of 30 chiropractors in her immediate family. Dr. Khristi is board eligible in chiropractic neurology and is certified in nutrition. She is certified in whiplash and spine trauma through the San Diego Spinal Trauma and Whiplash Institute. Dr. Khristi Otto is passionate about healthy lifestyles which include chiropractic care. Without a healthy spine, your quality of life suffers. Suffering is optional. Get your spine adjusted and get on with your life.
Dr. Chris Enslin – Vice President
Dr. Chris Enslin earned her Bachelor of Science in Marketing at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and her Master of Business Administration at Cardinal Stritch University. In May 2007, she completed her research work on Executive Women
Mentoring Junior Women in the Organization at Cardinal Stritch University where she received a Doctorate in Education, specifically in Leadership, Service and Research. She has worked in the corporate world for over twenty-five years as a Sales Manager for Regal Beloit, General Manager for American Home Patient (DME and Respiratory), Vice President for Jensen Metals Consumer Product Division, Operations Branch Manager for BrightStar Healthcare, Administrator for Recover Health, and she is
currently a Graduate and Doctorate level instructor for University of Phoenix. Chris' community projects include volunteering at the local theatre guild, working with Girl Scouts of America, helping the church community, tutoring for the local literacy council, and she recently resigned as the President of the Board at our local literacy organization. Chris is a Member of the Elder-Care Network of Racine, a Member of Racine County Triad, a Member of NAWBO GreaterMilwaukee, a Board of Director for Waupaca Chamber, a Chair of the Membership Committee for Waupaca Chamber, a Chair for Waupaca Alzheimer’s Walk, a Co-Chair for the Waupaca Senior Coalition, a Member in the Waupaca Human Resource Roundtable, an Advisory Board Member for Community Care Central Wisconsin, and an Advisory Board Member for Waupaca Fox Valley Technical College. Chris enjoys fishing, golfing, camping, hiking, cooking and reading. Chris truly believes in continuous improvement (in people and processes) and that knowledge helps us stretch our minds and broadens our perspectives. Her passion is two-fold: a) influence others to achieve success through career and/or personal advancement by sharing her experiences and base of knowledge and, b) to help individuals or teams of people understand the value and gift of life. Her motto is “never give up.”
Tony Coats – Treasurer
Tony Coats is a VP-Sales & Marketing for Mid Valley Industries, LLC, a private manufacturing firm located in the Fox Valley. Tony started his career as a Product Design Engineer for Ford Motor Company. After several years there, Tony transitioned into a career of project management and Sales and Marketing working in the Automotive, Heavy Truck, Off-Highway (Ag and Construction), Mining, Oil & Gas, and most recently machining industries. Tony has experience in Sales Management, Marketing Management, Program Management, Product Development / Management, Manufacturing Engineering / Management, Operations, and Strategic Planning / Business Development. He enjoys networking with others to assist with job placement, personal contacts, industry collaboration, shared experience, and problem resolution support. His business specialties include Sales & Marketing organization development, business development, Strategic & Tactical Planning, Market Research, Brand Development & Management, Product Engineering, New Product Development, Materials Development, Manufacturing Engineering, Production Systems deployment, Program Management, Financial Planning & Analysis, P&L, Operations Management, and Budgeting & Cost Control. Tony has his BSME from Purdue University and his Business Management certificate from l'IUT de Sénart in Fontainebleau, France.
Frank Hansen – Secretary
Frank Hansen is an enterprise management solutions provider for heterogeneous client/server environments. His experience has focused on Service Support/Delivery and the practice of those disciplines that enable IT Services to be provided effectively.
He has mapped technology from HP Openview and IBM Tivoli to a number of management practices to ensure that IT services are actually provided as agreed between the Service Provider and the Customer. Frank co-developed the IBM toolset
with respect to the gathering network and system related information. He also developed a resource model integration tool for IBM Global Services that is used in several large Tivoli shops. Most recently, Frank has held a consulting role with IBM
where he provided a comparative analysis of IBM Tivoli NetView versus other market competitors, specifically, HP OpenView, NNM, CiscoWorks, BMC Patrol, 3Com Transcend, and BayNetworks Optivity. Frank has held various senior enterprise
management consulting positions with JPMorgan Chase, State of Wisconsin, We Energies, SC Johnson, PepsiCo/Frito-Lay/Tropicana, Deloitte & Touche, Deloitte & Touche Consulting Group, Michelin, Siemens, IBM Global Services, International Securities Exchange, Capital Group, Bayer, and Tivoli Professional Services, where his roles varied from full-scale architecture to implementation to deployment.