WNPJS Board members for 2017-18

WNPJS' Board of Directors, for the Oct 2018 - Oct 2019 term

Board slate approved at the November 17, 2018 Annual Business Meeting held at the WNPJS Movement Hub in Madison, WI.

Please contact WNPJ by emailing office@wnpj.org, calling 608-358-2940, or mailing to: 30 W Mifflin St #702, Madison, WI 53703
 
Board Members

Board Member biographies

Mary Kay Baum, Ridgeway - marykbaum@gmail.com

 

Tim Cordon, Madison - timc@fusmadison.org, 608-233-9774 ext. 125

Tim is the Social Justice Coordinator at the First Unitarian Society in Madison, WI. 

 

Jim Murphy, Highland - jimmurphy@centurylink.net, 608-617-7379

Jim has served as a Catholic priest for 35 years and currently lives in Highland, WI. Jim has been involved in justice for United Farm Workers as well as a project to address racism through communication. He also resisted Reagan's military buildup and resulting violence in Central America in the 1980s. Jim participated in civil disobedience at Offutt Air Force Base near Omaha. Jim has also been active with Midwest Catholic Workers regarding militarism in schools and anti-drone efforts.

 

John Peck, Madison - familyfarmdefenders@yahoo.com, 608-260-0900

John has been the Executive Director of Family Farm Defenders for the last decade, and is also a part-time instructor of Economics and Environmental Studies at Madison Area Technical College (MATC). His graduate research focused on community-based management of common property resources in Zimbabwe.

 

Staff:

 

Dace A. Zeps, Madison, WNPJS Administrator - dazepswnpj@gmail.com, 608-358-2940

Dace A. Zeps is the Administrator of the Wisconsin Network for Peace, Justice, and Sustainability, the Center for Research on Gender and Women in the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and the University of Wisconsin Women's and Gender Studies Consortium. She is also the co-chair of the Wisconsin Green Party, a Dane County TimeBank coordinator, an active member with Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF-Madison), and a member of Industrial Workers of the World-Madison Branch. In all these activities, her primary motivation is to help people connect to each other, events, and information in order to achieve a more balanced and equitable life for all things on our planet.