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Betty Jean Bronski, American health care consultant. Board directors Greater Milwaukee Area Special Olympics, 1979-1982, Alzheimer's Association Southeast Wisconsin, 1992-1993, St. Clare Management, 1992-1995; member committee on oversight and assistance for long term care redesign Milwaukee County Commission on Aging, 1998-2000.

Background

Bronski, Betty Jean was born on March 21, 1952 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Joseph Jacob and Helen Margaret (Hruby) Bronski.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Marquette University, Milwaukee, 1974. Master of Science, Marquette University, Milwaukee, 1975. Master of Science, Cardinal Stritch College, Milwaukee, 1987.

Career

Speech pathologist, School District BrownDeer, 1974-1979;project analyst, Eaton Corporation, Milwaukee, 1979-1982;marketing research director, Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia- Management Services, Milwaukee, 1982-1986;administrator assistant, Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia-Ministry Corporation, Milwaukee, 1986-1987;director planning & development, St. Mary's Hill Hospital, Milwaukee, 1987-1989;president, Carefinders, Inc., since 1989.

Membership

Board directors Greater Milwaukee Area Special Olympics, 1979-1982, Alzheimer's Association Southeast Wisconsin, 1992-1993, St. Clare Management, 1992-1995. Member committee on oversight and assistance for long term care redesign Milwaukee County Commission on Aging, 1998-2000.