Evers appoints ODC’s Strenn to Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities (BPDD) Board of Directors
For the City Times
WISCONSIN – Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers recently appointed Julie Strenn, President of ODC, as the Private Provider Representative of the Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities (BPDD). Strenn will serve for three years with her term expiring July 1, 2025.
The BPDD board is charged with bringing people together to solve problems, remove barriers and create statewide change for the developmental disability community. The Board meets 6 times per year in addition to executive committee meetings and other special events/conferences.
“I am honored and humbled to be appointed by Governor Evers to serve on the BPDD Board of Directors. In my everyday work at ODC, we provide support so that every person can live their best life. It is important to me to extend this to statewide advocacy.”
Strenn joined ODC in December 2019 as Executive Vice President and transitioned to the role of President Jan. 1, 2021. Prior to that, she provided consulting services to ODC from 2015 through 2019. Julie has more than 25 years of experience in long-term care, having worked for provider agencies, managed care organizations, and state and local government agencies including the Wisconsin Department of Health
Services, Inclusa (formerly Community Care of Central Wisconsin), and Wood County.