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Angela Steuck

Center for Exceptional Leadership Facilitator

Angela Steuck is currently vice president of agency and community development for Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin. Family Services is the area’s leading nonprofit human services organization that has more than 34 programs and services within 14 counties of northeast Wisconsin. Angela oversees two divisions within the agency, including the children’s and youth services divisions that encompass 16 different programs and services spanning over eight counties. She is also responsible for new business development within the agency, creating strategic partnerships and fiscal management.

Angela has worked at FSNEW for 26 years. She began her career as a youth care worker within the residential care facility for youth in 1991, then moved to day treatment services and several other program areas. Next, she helped a new community-based youth service program develop into a multi-layered team after beginning with just herself and one other employee. She moved into her first formal leadership role as manager when four individual agency programs merged into one, forming a more unified youth services approach, which eventually moved into several counties. Angela expanded her professional leadership roles within Family Services, becoming a director and then divisional director until appointed to the vice president position in 2010. Since this time, Angela has been instrumental in establishing new and strategic partnerships within various communities that have helped foster new program development and revenue growth for the agency. She is a member of community initiative and planning groups within four different counties and participated in developing the agency’s new strategic plan and mission and vision statements with the executive leadership team and board members.

Angela and her program leadership have been responsible for key areas of development within the agency, including early childhood programs and services, vulnerable youth and family services that are school- and community-based, residential care facilities and group homes, and adult services that work with offenders within several communities. She enjoys onboarding, training and mentoring new direct-care staff and management on program development, customer service standards, relationship building and foundational leadership concepts.

Angela earned her bachelor’s degree in sociology and criminal justice from Carthage College. She then went on to earn her master’s degree in educational psychology and community counseling from UW-Milwaukee, focusing her studies on human thought processes and behavior.

Angela has resided and worked in the Green Bay area since 1991. She has been married for 26 years and has two young adult sons. Her oldest graduated from Northern Michigan University with a degree in education and played for the Green Bay Packers last summer. Her youngest son attends St. Norbert College and is majoring in history with a minor in business with plans to attend law school.
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