Tony Schneider, a native of Green Bay, earned his Bachelor’s Degree in human development & psychology from UWGB. He joined a national community service program (AmeriCorps NCCC) directly out of college and spent two years leading a team of 12 young adults in service projects with 11 non-profits in six different states on the West Coast. Following his two terms, he served as a Volunteer Manager for a combined five years at Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services and Pillars in Appleton.
As the Community Engagement Specialist at St. John’s, he is focused on just that – engaging the community. He oversees all grant writing and reporting, along with assisting in donor relations, fund development and special events throughout the year, including the annual Restoring Hope Gala. He enjoys talking with like-minded individuals that believe in the mission and support St. John’s.
Schneider is a firm believer in the separation of work and play. When he isn’t working, he enjoys weekend getaways to the Northwoods or concerts with my wife, Katie. You can often find him at a local venue checking out bluegrass and folk bands. He is a self-proclaimed DIY expert, constantly completing projects around his house, no matter how big or small.