The Whitewater Community Foundation is pleased to welcome Elvia Meza Klosinski to the Foundation’s Board of Directors. Elvia was born in Matamoros, Mexico, a small town sharing a border with Brownsville, Texas. Elvia received her Industrial Engineering Degree and moved from Mexico to Stevens Point in 2008 where she worked until 2013 when she accepted a position as Senior Industrial Engineer at Generac Power Systems. Elvia, her husband Seth, and her three children live in Whitewater. Her daughter Marijose is a freshman at UW-Milwaukee, her son Juan is a junior at WHS, and her son Sebastian is in seventh grade. In addition to supporting her boys in soccer, track and wrestling, Elvia serves on the WHS Booster Club Board of Directors.
The Whitewater Community Foundation, founded in 1995, strives to enhance the quality of life in the Whitewater area through collaboration with its civic partners to create opportunities for youth and adults to achieve their educational and economic dreams, to create a vibrant city for the arts, and to celebrate and preserve the qualities that make Whitewater exceptional. “We are grateful that Elvia has generously agreed to donate her time and expertise to serving our community through the mission of the Foundation,” stated Danielle Frawley, President of the Whitewater Community Foundation.