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Six University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni were named to the Fox Cities Future 15 young professional list.

Each year the Pulse Young Professionals Network, a program of the Fox Cities Chamber, honors 15 outstanding young professionals from all over the Fox Cities who serve in a variety of professional and philanthropic roles throughout the community. Future 15 recipients are chosen based on their professional dedication, strong sense of vision for the future of the Fox Cities and personal commitment to philanthropy in the community they call home and beyond.

Future 15 recipients and UW Oshkosh alumni:

  • Matt Busch ’12, of Appleton, graduated with a bachelor’s in political science and works as a community-based service manager at Valley Packaging Industries.
  • Ignacio Enriquez Jr. ’16, of Appleton, graduated with a master’s in professional counseling and works as a behavioral health officer with the Appleton Police Department.
  • Evan Freimuth ’17, of Appleton, graduated with a bachelor’s in interactive web management and is the founder and content specialist for Venture Wisconsin.
  • Irineo Medina ’15, of Kaukauna, graduated with a bachelor’s of fine arts and works as the STAR coordinator for the Boys & Girls Club of the Fox Valley.
  • Jessica Vander Zanden ’06, of Oshkosh, is the vice president of compliance and audit at Network Health.
  • Liz Wollenberg ’14, of Kimberly, graduated with a bachelor’s in special education and is a donor relations manager for Feeding America.

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