Dr. Margaret Wilder
Ph.D. in Urban Geography and Urban Planning (University of Michigan, 1983); M.A. and B.A. degrees from University of Texas-Arlington. Began faculty career at Indiana University, and served as tenured faculty member at Cornell, SUNY-Albany and University of Delaware. Recipient of Best Paper awards from UAA and American Planning Association. Member of UAA Governing Board, 1990-1996, 2003-2004. Chair of UAA Governing Board, 1994-1996.
Dr. Deidre Beadle
Ph.D. in Urban Affairs and Public Policy, University of Delaware. Masters in Urban Affairs and Public Policy (University of Delaware). B.A.in Sociology/Criminal Justice, Cabrini College. UAA Special Projects Assistant (2010-2013). Research assistant with the Center for Community Research and Service, University of Delaware (2006-2011). Recipient of the Pauline E. Loessner Memorial Award (2011) and the Milton and Mary Edelstein Scholarship for Public and Community Service (2007).
Bachelor’s in Business Administration-Accounting, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2007). Documentation and Online Content Manager with Centre of Resilient Development, Kathmandu, Nepal (2016-present). Accountant/Financial Analyst at Stein’s Garden and Home (2015-2016). Bookkeeper/Budget Committee Member with Common Ground, Inc. (2013-2015). Accountant at Wm. K. Walthers, Inc. (2007-2015)
Shelvia (Shelly) Tillinghast
Conference Meals and Special Events Manager
Professional event planner/nonprofit organization specialist. Administrative Assistant, Wilmington Economic Development Corporation (1999-2007). Manager of Teller Operations, First Union Bank (1995-1998), PNC Bank (1986-1995). Associate Arts Degree, Science and Business, Wesley College. American Institute of Banking Certificate in Accounting, Customer Service and Economics for Banking.
Website and Social Media Manager
B.S. in Information Resources from the School of Information Studies at University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (2004), Technology Consultant (2011-present), Technology Coordinator (2007-2013)
Master’s student in Urban Studies at the University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee (2016-Present). BS in Psychology and Organizational Leadership from Carroll University (2016).
Fauzia “Fay” Osman
Master’s student in Public Health at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2016-present). BS in Biology and Microbiology from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh (2014)