Former Riverview principal Malmstadt new United Way head

Former Riverview Middle School Principal Tom Malmstadt is the new executive director of the United Way of Sheboygan County.

Malmstadt’s appointment was announced by Adam Payne, president of the board of directors of the United Way of Sheboygan County.

Malmstadt will replace Jon Doll, who announced last year his plan to retire in September 2016. The selection was made after a comprehensive national search and selection process.

He will serve in a part-time capacity until he retires from the Random Lake School District as district administrator in June.

“Tom brings a wealth of experience, is a strong leader, and has a track record of success” said Payne, who chaired the search committee. “Under his leadership, and with his extensive knowledge of the local communities we serve, the United Way will continue to strengthen our ability to improve the lives of people in Sheboygan County.”

Malmstadt’s resume includes more than 20 years of experience in leadership roles within the Random Lake, Plymouth and Kohler school districts. His education includes a master of science in guidance and counseling and a bachelor of science in technology education, both from University of Wisconsin-Stout. In addition, Malmstadt earned his district administrator certification and principal certification from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Malmstadt brings a wealth of experience and has dedicated his life to helping children and families be successful.

Before accepting the position as executive director, Malmstadt collaborated with the United Way on the implementation of the PATH (Providing Access to Healing) Program, which places licensed therapists directly in the school setting to counsel students. This pilot program began in the Random Lake School District and The Etude Group for the 2015-16 school year and expanded to include the Plymouth School District and Head Start.

Being able to treat students within the school setting is an effective way to combat mental health issues, and we are already seeing significant positive outcomes.

“I have been fortunate to work with the United Way on several projects and found the staff and administration to be both professional and collaborative,” Malmstadt said. “I am excited and honored to join this team and continue moving United Way forward on its mission of improving lives in Sheboygan County.”

“United Way of Sheboygan County works to understand and address primary community needs, and to bring people together to help solve problems,” Payne concluded. “As board president, one of the most critical duties I was charged with was selecting a leader that has the character and qualities needed to lead United Way into the future. I, along with the board of directors, are looking forward to working alongside Tom to better the community through United Way.”


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