GREEN BAY — Steven Maricque is the new president of The Bellin Health Foundation and will assume his new role on October 12.
The Bellin Health Foundation is a not-for-profit organization with the objective of securing charitable gifts for the enhancement and advancement of medical and
health-related programs, services, and products offered by Bellin Health.
Maricque is the third president of the foundation, founded in 1994 and having raised more than $23 million for community initiatives and programs in its history, succeeding Michael Frohna and the foundation’s first president, Donald Harden.
Maricque joins the foundation after nine years as the executive director of the American Red Cross Lakeland Chapter.
“Steve brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in key areas including chief executive management, operations, service delivery, customer service, facility management and finance,” said George Kerwin, president and CEO of Bellin Health. “His financial, fundraising and marketing background makes him uniquely qualified to lead The Bellin Health Foundation forward.”
Maricque holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration-Management from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
His community involvement includes, among other things, roles with:
• The Brown County United Way Basic Needs Community Impact Council
• The Brown County Local Emergency Planning Committee
• The Brown County Emergency Food and Shelter Board
“Steve is acutely aware of the needs of the community, giving him a clear perspective and vision for the direction of The Bellin Health Foundation,” said Aaron Popkey, chairman of The Bellin Health Foundation board of directors. “With him at the helm, contributors can be assured that their gifts will continue to greatly benefit the community.”
The northeast Green Bay resident is married and has two children and one grandchild.