Robert Arthur, JD is the 2020 Chair of CFLCW and practices in the Fox Valley and Milwaukee. He is the 2019 recipient of the Kathleen M. Baird Dolphin Award for service to collaborative practice in Wisconsin. While he will serve as the Immediate Past Chair of CFLCW in 2021, he is nominated to serve as the Chair of the newly formed Fox Valley Chapter, created by the CLFCW Board in 2020 due to the new members in that area of the state.
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Dr. Casey A. Holtz is a licensed psychologist who serves children, adolescents, and their families to help them achieve their maximum potential, navigate difficult circumstances, and adjust to life changes. Casey received his undergraduate degree in Education and Master’s in Child & Adolescent Counseling at Marquette University. His PhD in Counseling Psychology (Child Focus) is also from Marquette University. Casey is a current member of the Board of Directors and a member of the Training Committee.
Nominated for 2021 Chair Elect is Daniel K. Smith, CDFA, and the owner of Twenty Twenty Wealth & Advisory Partners in Germantown. If elected he will serve as Chair of CFLCW in 2022. Dan is the current Treasurer of CFLCW and has been a member since 2012. He is a former Affiliate member, decided to complete training as a collaborative practitioner and serves as a financial neutral. Dan is the 2016 recipient of the Kathleen M. Baird Dolphin Award.
Susan Schramka, PsyD Membership Susan received her Doctorate in Psychology from Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology and has been a member of CFLCW since 2017. Megann Hendrix, JD Training Megann has been a CFLCW member since 2010. She is a graduate of Marquette University Law School, Juris Doctor; and Saint Louis University, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication. She served as Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin: Chair (2016), Chair Elect (2015), Public Education Committee Chair (2011-2015), and the Board of Directors (2012-present). […]
Rejoining the CFLCW Board is Jill Klotz Flitter, PhD of Madison. She holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University in Florida. In addition to serving as a Divorce Coach and Child Specialist, she is also a family mediator. Jill taught for over 15 years, first at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota and then at UW-Madison, at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Jill served a previous term on the Board and was a member of the CFLCW Training Committee. She […]
Nominated to serve as the 2021 Southeast Chapter Chair is Holly Mullin, JD of Menomonee Falls. Holly is the Managing Partner at Sterling Law Offices. She completed her Building Blocks training in 2009 and has been a CFLCW member since 2008. She practices exclusively family law, and focuses her practice on low conflict approaches to divorce, doing primarily Collaborative and mediation work. She is a graduate of Marquette Law School (2008) and UW-Madison (2005).
Nominated for 2021 Board Secretary is Katherine Harrell, JD. Katherine has been a member of CFLCW since 2015. Katie is a Partner at Stafford Rosenbaum LLP. She received a B.A. in Geology from Lawrence University, a Ph.D. in Geological Sciences from the University of Notre Dame, and her J.D. from the University of Wisconsin Law School. In 2016, Katie received the Wisconsin Rising Star award by Super Lawyers.
Matthew Bellin, CDFA is a financial neutral with North Star Resource Group in Madison and has been nominated for a Director position for the years 2021 through 2023. Matthew is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and is a financial advisor and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst. He is also a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC). He originally joined CFLCW as an Affiliate member, completed Building Blocks training to become a practitioner member, and now serves as a financial neutral in the Madison area.
Returning to the CLFCW Board is Janice Wexler, JD. Janice has been nominated to Chair the Dane Collab Group Chapter for 2021. Janice served as Chair of CFLCW in 2014 and has been a member of the Council since 2001. She has served on multiple committees and has volunteered for dozens of public presentations, seminars, webinars and public outreach programs.
Nominated for a Board Director position is Amy Everson,LMFT a counselor with Westside Psychotherapy in Madison. Amy serves as a coach and is a trained mediator. Amy holds degrees from Edgewood College in Madison as well as the University of Wisconsin. If elected her term will be 2021 through 2023.