Stephanie Prellwitz, Interim Executive Director
Stephanie has worked for the Green Lake Association since February 2013. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering with an emphasis in Water Resources from the University of Kentucky and a Master of Science in Biological Systems Engineering from UW-Madison. Her professional background includes a unique combination of technical and environmental experience including engineering, academic wetland research, field data collection and analysis, environmental education materials design, community programming, and outreach development.
When she isn’t working at her family produce farm, she enjoys crafting, gardening, and canoeing.
Paul Meuer, Interim Outreach Coordinator
Paul is a recent graduate of Ripon College and is an environmental studies major with a minor in communications. His professional background includes research and development into local environmental and sustainability issues, and worked with Golden Sands Resource Conservation and Development (RC&D) Council as the primary Aquatic Invasive Species Technician for Green Lake County. Prior to this position, he was the Communications Intern for the GLA for Spring of 2013.
Paul is an avid cyclist and outdoorsman, and when not busy working or volunteering, can either be found on his bike or somewhere outside.
Chris Hamerla, AIS Coordinator for Green Lake and Marquette Counties
In 2013, Green Lake and Marquette County Land Conservation Departments, along with Green Lake Association, partnered with Golden Sands Resource Conservation & Development (RC&D) Council to obtain funding and hire an individual to survey, map, perform public outreach, and coordinate efforts involving aquatic invasive species. Chris has a Bachelor of Science in English from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point and graduated from North Central Technical College’s Law Enforcement Academy. His experience includes having worked as a Deputy Conservation Warden, a Deputy Conservation Warden Water Guard for eight counties, and the Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator for Lincoln, Langlade, and Forest Counties. Chris will be working from our office while working in Green Lake and at Marquette County Land & Water Conservation Department’s office when working in Marquette County.
When Chris isn’t working on the water he is playing in it. Chris enjoys fishing, snorkeling, hunting, cooking, and photography. If you have questions about aquatic invasive species, plants, animals, our lake, or want to set up a meeting; feel free to contact him.