Beth Waldhart Appointed to Junior Achievement Northwest District Board of Directors
Eau Claire, Wisconsin. – Junior Achievement welcomes Beth Waldhart, Assistant Vice President of Business Banking at Charter Bank to Junior Achievement Board of Directors.
Beth Waldhart joined Charter Bank as an Assistant Vice President Business Banker last October. She brings 15 years of lending experience to the bank, with the last nine years at Regional Business Fund, Inc., an economic development financing program for business expansion and start up. There, she managed the non-profit organization and partnered with financial institutions to provide financing to many businesses throughout the Chippewa Valley and beyond.
“JA brings such quality financial education to our kids. Our area is lucky to have such a strong Junior Achievement presence in our schools. It is exciting for me to be a part of such a great organization that truly has a meaningful and long lasting impact on our children and our communities. I am hopeful that my experiences will be an asset to the board, and I know it will be time well spent for me.”
Graduating with Cum Laude honors from Ripon College Beth earned her degree in Economics, with a Mathematics minor and a Business Management Certificate and undertook a year of graduate work at the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute for Public Policy. She is originally from Medford, WI, resides in Eau Claire with her two children; Sam and Chloe.
About Junior Achievement
Junior Achievement (JA) is the world's largest non-profit organization dedicated to educating 2nd-12th students about entrepreneurship, financial literacy and work-readiness through experiential hands-on programs. District staff collaborates with more than 690 volunteers and 670 teachers, educating more than 16,600 students throughout northwestern Wisconsin last school year. For more information visit us at http://wisconsin.ja.org/northwest-district or call 715-835-5566.