Ethics in Business Awards - 2009 Award Recipients
Innovative Services, Inc. (finalists were: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeastern Wisconsin, Encompass Early Education and Care, Inc., The Salvation Army of Brown County) | Watch the Video
Innovative Services, Inc. (ISI) is a non-profit organization committed to flexible, accessible and family-centered supports and services that honor the dignity, respect the rights and maximize the potential of each individual. These supports include vocational programs, Adult Family Homes, Community-Based Residential Facilities, Supportive Home Care, Supportive Apartment Programs, Supplemental Support Services and Youth and Family Services. Although ISI's operations began in Green Bay, the organization has grown to support individuals in Outagamie, Waupaca, Sheboygan and Kewaunee counties as well.
ISI is dedicated to providing the assistance we can to help individuals achieve their goals and dreams. They believe the individuals they serve should be supported within the community, and set high standards and challenge what can be done. ISI believes both our employees and those we serve have endless possibilities to be successful. They appreciate the individual experiences and personal rewards received from what we do. Each person is unique, and the services required are diverse. The dreams and desires of the people ISI serves are the focal point of all they do, and they adapt their approaches and techniques accordingly.
At Innovative Services, they take their work seriously and are accountable for their responsibilities and actions. In addition to being licensed by the state, they achieved certification through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
ISI's excellent outcomes for their clients, their creative approaches to providing care, and their focus on community integration show their commitment to their mission and to Brown County.
Nsight / Cellcom (finalists were: Pioneer Credit Union, The Boldt Company, The Karma Group) | Watch the Video
As a premier communications provider, Nsight/Cellcom is proud of its heritage, local ownership and reputation as an active corporate citizen in the community. Nsight has its roots in providing quality local telephone service through Northeast Telephone Company in Pulaski. But the company has stretched far beyond any vision its founders could have imagined, and is now a major telecommunications entity in the Upper Midwest. The list of subsidiary companies under the Nsight name includes Cellcom, Nsight Telservices, Bayland Telephone and St. Paul Tower.
Nsight's growth was spurred by the evolving needs of our customers. Cellcom's inception in 1987 was the result of a growing universal desire for instant communication in any location. Cellcom is a provider of communications services throughout Wisconsin and Michigan, with more than 80 retail and agent locations. The company's renowned network is customized to its rural markets and customers. Cellcom strives to provide the best coverage and extraordinary customer service, and continues to grow its territory to better serve its most important asset: its customers. In Green Bay, Cellcom maintains more cell sites than any other wireless provider and is adding sites every year to further enhance service.
In addition to their current cell sites, Cellcom is committed to the development of green cell sites, powered by solar panels. They also have a cellular phone recycling program with proceeds going back to the community.
Cellcom' commitment to the community is clear. They are supportive of their employee's efforts in service, and as a business, contribute their time and resources to many activities, including the Cellcom/Green Bay Marathon.
Connie Greenawald (finalists were: Betsy Mitchell, Dr. Jeff Rafn, Miranda Paul, Susan Finco, Tom Butterfield) | Watch the Video
Connie has been the Development & Communications Director at The Einstein Project since April, 2006. Prior to that, she was Executive Director of the Bay Area Humane Society & Animal Shelter for 6 1/2 years, the Communications Director for the United Way of Brown County for 6 years and was with Shopko Stores for 10 years, ending her career there as the Special Events Manager. Connie's current volunteer commitments include being a Citizen Advocate for Kate Parizek, serving on the Cystic Fibrosis "65 Roses Sports Club" board of directors, the American Foundation of Counseling Services marketing and the Murder Mystery fund raising committee. She has also served as a Volunteer Center "celebrity waiter", Citizen Advocacy Advisory Committee chair through ASPIRO (1996-2007), vice-president of the board of the Wisconsin Federated Humane Societies (2001-2005), and stints on the Leadership Green Bay Alumni Network/Membership committee, and the Appleton Great Strides CF Walk committee.
Connie is a firm believer in treating people the way you wish to be treated. Her commitment to ethical behavior applies to both her personal and professional life, and she strives to consistently pay it forward.
Connie's educational background includes a degree in Marketing Communications from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, graduation from the Leadership Green Bay program through the Greater Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, and a variety of courses through St. Norbert College and UWGB. Connie is married to Scott and they live in Abrams, Wisconsin. Between them, they have 5 children and 7 grandchildren.