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OACP Staff & Board
OACP DirectorTom is a native of Cudahy, Wisconsin and has lived in Oshkosh since 1982. He completed a 35 year career at UW Oshkosh in 2017, where he worked in the university’s housing program. Tom is extremely active in the greater Oshkosh community, serving as a member and Chair of the Oshkosh Plan Commission, as well as on the board of Oshkosh Healthy Neighborhoods, an organization working collaboratively with the City of Oshkosh to create vibrant neighborhood associations and improve the stock of affordable owner-occupied housing in the city.
Tom has also served on the Steering Committee for the Leadership Oshkosh program and as a board member for Junior Achievement. He brings a broad, strategic perspective to the Pantry as we try to reduce hunger and food insecurity among our neighbors, friends and fellow Oshkosh citizens.
Tom received both his undergraduate and graduate degrees at the University of Chicago. He is a passionate gardener, dog-walker, baseball fan, football fan and a proud supporter of UW Oshkosh athletic teams and theater performances.
Tom’s spouse works at UWO and they have two college-age children, one in Milwaukee and the other in Minneapolis.
Inventory CoordinatorBrandon is a graduate of Northern Michigan University with a bachelors in Political Science, History, and a minor in Biology. Brandon is originally from Appleton, WI and currently resides in Oshkosh. In his spare time, Brandon enjoys being outdoors hiking, biking, hunting, fishing, canoeing, running, and traveling up North. Brandon has competed in several marathons, half marathons, and triathlons. Brandon has even helped Run4Hunger for the Oshkosh Area Community Pantry back in 2015! Brandon is excited to join the Oshkosh Area Community Pantry team and to make a different in the community.
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