Jill Anne Scheer-Doerfert
Jill Anne Scheer-Doerfert, American state official. Recipient Achievement award Wisconsin Social Service Association, 1990, Exemplary Performance award State of Wisconsin, 1992.
Scheer-Doerfert, Jill Anne was born on June 10, 1958 in Milwaukee. Daughter of James F. and Joyce M. Scheer.
Associate of Arts, University Wisconsin, West Bend, 1978. Bachelor of Social Work, University Wisconsin, Oshkosh, 1980. Master Community Human Services, University Wisconsin, Green Bay, 1991.
Program director Daybreak, Inc., Horicon, Wisconsin, 1980-1985. Community services specialist Calumet County Department Human Services, Chilton, 1985-1988. Juvenile court disposition worker Brown County Department Social Services, Green Bay, 1988-1990, family therapist, 1990-1991.
State juvenile justice specialist State of Wisconsin Office Justice Assistance, Madison, 1991-1993. State youth diversion coordinator Department Health and Social Services, 1993. Rehabilitation treatment services supervisor Iowa State University, Ames, 1993-1996.
Violence Against Women program specialist State of Wisconsin Office Justice Assistance, Madison, since 1996. Trainer Phantom Lake Young Men’s Christian Association Camp, Mukwonago, Wisconsin, since 1986. National trainer National Institute for Alternative Care Professionals, 1995, Foster Family Based Treatment Association, 1995.