PWHO Program Director
I came to PWHO as the Program Director, in August of 2015. Prior to joining PWHO, my career had always led me to agencies that serve the needs of parents and their children, which allowed me to assist them in reaching their highest level of independence. I have worked with adults and children with disabilities, mothers and children from domestic violence, and people needing a bridge between poverty and self-sufficiency. Along with many years of experience in working with people and their families, I bring to my role with PWHO not only a passion, but respect and understanding.
I grew up in Southeastern Wisconsin, traveled a lot, but remained here in this corner of Wisconsin. I attended Mount Mary College and received my BA in Behavioral Science. The things I value most in my life are my family, laughter, and my belief in others. I have found a belief in others can be contagious! In my spare time, I enjoy long drives on old country roads, taking photos of things and places time has forgotten.
“There is a bright ray of light within everyone, and it is constantly trying to break through. I am grateful to be part of that. Every day is a new learning experience and a new memory. Together we can improve lives with our collective hard work, and a gentle, yet practical approach. I salute all the hardworking, dedicated people in this field.” – Kim Savage