Schuler and Krikau Join CSA Staff
The motherhouse recently welcomed two new faces to the administrative staff; Lisa Schuler, Health Advocate and Wellness RN, (pictured above on right) was hired in mid-November and Dusty Krikau, Director of Mission Advancement, came on board in early December (pictured above on left).
Schuler earned a BSN from Marian College in 1987 and has experience as a clinician in a variety of healthcare settings, including acute care along with home care and hospice. In her current role she will serve in both an advisory and consultative approach for the Sisters on mission and will develop several wellness programs for the Sisters, such as virtual journeys to visit CSA missions and Health and Wellness games.
“I am very excited and grateful to be working with the Sisters in this capacity and look forward to advocating for them along with promoting health and wellness,” said Schuler.
Krikau’s role was created as a way to blend and unify messaging for the internal and external communication tasks, including web content, social media content, development appeals, press releases, and print publications, such as Reflections & Connections. She has a BS in Communication from UW-Eau Claire and a Masters in Education from James Madison University to support her experiences with marketing, communication, and event planning on various campuses and communities.
“I’ve been spending most of my time reading and listening and am looking forward to helping share the many stories that have already inspired me,” said Krikau.
This article is reprinted from the February 2019 issue of Reflections and Connections. Click here to read the rest of the issue!