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Meet The Team

WE BUILD's program is based on the best practices of International micro-lending programs, which is to provide lending and development for women who currently do not have access to banking services. Development consists of working to educate women in business strategies such as preparing a business plan, budgeting and setting up savings plans. This is a secular program, and we appreciate the support from all organizations.

Jane Rice Radoszewski


Started her career as bookstore manager and retired from Simon and Schuster after 29 years as National Account Manager. Most recently Board President of St. Gregory the Great Christian Womans Assoc. Served on Woodlands School Board in '70's. Worked with team from St. Greg’s on relief efforts in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina and made her first trip to Haiti in 2009

BA Mount Mary University 

Dorothy Krupa

Co-founder, President WeBuild Board

She started her career as an auditor for Ernst & Ernst.  She ended her work career with North Shore bank.  During 34 years of service with North Shore Bank, she held positions of controller, Vice President of Information Systems and Vice President of Internet Banking. Dorothy has held the position of President in the following organizations: New Berlin School Board, YWCA of Waukesha, Tempo International, Tempo International Foundation, Gold Medal Investment club, and Rotary club- Amigos de Milwaukee,

She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting from the Wisconsin State University of Eau Claire.

Marlene Scholz

WeBuild Board Member

Volunteered for over six year as a financial coach at Journey House, a local non-profit located on Milwaukee’s south side; six years as the site coordinator for VITA located at Journey House and forty-three years of experience as a financial executive in the banking industry, twenty-eight of which have been with Bank Mutual Corporation.  She attained CPA certification in 1971 and started at Mutual Savings & Loan in 1981 as Vice President/Controller.  Her role at Bank Mutual Corporation involved Financial Reporting; Corporate Budgeting; Asset/Liability Management, Cash Management and Cost Accounting.

Spencerian College, Milwaukee, WI  BBA Accounting, 1970. Certificate in Financial Planning, Kaplan University 2010

Janice Loebel

WeBuild Board Member

Retired senior executive, employed as the senior leader in many manufacturing or service businesses, both large and small. Served on numerous non-profit boards, including Girl Scouts, Red Cross, and Tempo.

Master's degrees in Engineering and Business Administration.  Recently relocated from Minnesota. 

Lisa Sullivan

WeBuild Board Member

Marketing, Sales and Event Management specialist currently working at the Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation (WWBIC), an economic development corporation supporting entrepreneurs with education and leading since 1987. Contributing member at Holy Family Parish, Whitefish Bay, WI.

Bachelor of Business Administration, Specialty in Marketing, Marquette University.

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Our Team in Haiti

Nicxon Digacin

International Project Manager

Nicxon Digacin, former fellows of the US Department of State through the Community Solutions Program, is a journalist and social communicator with over 10 years working for medias and non-profit institutions in Haiti. Current Vice-President of Réseau des Blogueur d’Haïti (RHB), the largest Haitian Association of Blog-writers, Nicxon also works as a community mobilizer  in differents rural districts in Haiti where he focuses his work on gender issues and and community challenges.

Lives in Haiti

Luna Auguste

WeBuild Project Manager

Auguste Luna has served as WeBuild's Project Manager for 5 years. She is based in Mirebalais and manages the Domond program.  

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Our Board of Directors

Our Mission

Our mission is to establish and empower female entrepreneurs through financial and educational tools to ensure business prosperity and success. To empower women to generate income, educate, feed and give shelter to their families.

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