Saint_John's Communities Foundation Board of Directors is charged with fiduciary accountabilities that include stewardship of our funds and prudent investment management.
President & CEO of Saint_John's Communities and President of Saint_John'sCommunities Foundation. Ms. Anderson joined Saint_John's in 1996 as Director of Finance, named Vice President in 2001, promoted to Communities’ President in 2011 and Foundation President in 2012. Ms. Anderson serves on boards of LeadingAge WI, the Wisconsin Health and Educational Facilities Authority and Parasol Alliance; she is a member of Novare Consortium. She holds a BBA in accounting from UW-Whitewater, is a CPA and holds a Certificate of Achievement in Professional Programs on Aging and Long Term Care from UW–Madison, and is a Certified Nursing Assistant. In her career at Saint_John's, she managed a major remodeling project and two multi-million dollar building projects. She currently leads 240 employees and serves 450 residents.
Ms. Aster joined Communities’ Board in 1999 and co-chaired the building project completed in 2004, and in 2011 became a resident. Ms. Aster earned an AB from Hollins College in Virginia and worked in marketing in NYC and in medical research at Harvard Medical School. In 1970, she relocated to Milwaukee. Other board work included: Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Faye McBeath Foundation, Planned Parenthood and University School. She graduated in 1999 from the Medical College of Wisconsin with a master’s in Bioethics, is a member of Saint John’s Ethics Committee with past service to other ethics committees. She joined the Foundation Board in 2016—proud to be part of the effort to enrich the lives of Saint_John's residents and the community it serves.
Mr. Asmuth is a resident who joined the Board in 2021. His education includes Yale University 1964 and Harvard Law School 1967. His law practice initiated in the offices of Whyte Hirschboeck with a concentration on estate planning and probate, and then migrated to corporate law. In 1989, he joined the firm of Quarles & Brady for the remainder of his career. Former professional affiliations include: Milwaukee Bar Association, State Bar of WI, American Bar Association as well as the honor of being listed in Best Lawyers in America for Corporate Law, International Trade and Finance Law. He has also served on local charitable organizations: Family Services of Milwaukee, University School, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Columbia-St. Mary’s Hospital, St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation, among others. Mr. Asmuth is committed to participating in the important work and future endeavors of the Foundation.
Ms. Bell joined Saint_John's philanthropy department in 1999 as the building project launched. She is the Foundation Secretary and was elected to the board in 2018. She is responsible for raising funds for operations, restricted programming, capital projects and endowed funds for Communities and the Foundation. In 2011, she founded the Thrift Shoppe as a revenue source for scholarships – averaging $25,000 per year. Ms. Bell is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, holds a BBA from Eastern Kentucky University and earned a certificate in Bioethics from the Medical College of Wisconsin. She is a current member of the Ethics Committee. Ms. Bell is a member of Christ Church Episcopal where she co-led the Stewardship Committee, served on the Vestry and the Endowment Trust.
Mr. Bosworth is a resident who joined the Board in 2021. He spent most of his career as an investment counselor managing multi-asset portfolios for individuals, families and institutions. After graduation from Amherst College, cum laude in economics in 1963, he spent two years as a multi-industry research analyst with Standard & Poor’s Corporation in NYC, two years at the Amos Tuck School of Business earning his MBA in 1967 followed by three years as a securities analyst with a large Chicago investment counseling firm. He was recruited to MKE in 1970 to start Baird’s Investment Management division. Under his leadership for three decades, the division grew to over $5 billion. After his Baird retirement, he joined Red Granite Advisors with former associates; fully retiring in 2011. Mr. Bosworth is committed to stewardship management and fiduciary oversight of the Foundation.
Ms. Brennan joined the Board in 2009 after a nine-year appointment with the Communities Board during the 2000-2003 building project. She graduated Miami University in Oxford OH with a B.A. degree. She worked 40 years as a bookkeeper for the family insurance agency while her primary focus was a community volunteer. Board memberships included: Junior League, Woman’s Club, Nonprofit Center, Forest Home Cemetery, Vestry member / Warden of St. Christopher’s and St. Paul’s Episcopal Churches, University School Trustee. Ms. Brennan states: “My mother lived at SJOL for her final ten years and loved it. I expect to be a resident one day. It is a privilege to be part of the past, present and future of Saint_John's.”
Judy Tanner Moon chairs the Saint_John's Communities Governance Committee and serves on the Social Accountability Committee. She has a BA in Psychology and a MA in Religious Studies and works as a Chaplain at Zilber Family Hospice. Her interest centers on aging and ones continued ability to grow spiritually as we age and face new challenges. Judy believes the desire to expand our interests and experiences, learn, mature and explore intellectually, spiritually and or emotionally continues throughout life. She accepted a position on the Board because she felt closely aligned with the mission and purpose of Saint_John's On The Lake.