WITH PLANNED EXPANSION OF PROGRAMS AND FACILITIES UNDERWAY, THE PRODUCTION FARM WELCOMES NEW HIRES CORRIE CAMPBELL AND EMILY KUNDE
MANITOWOC, Wis. – The Production Farm (TPF), a non-profit mental and behavioral health service agency that specializes in person-centered, creative programs offered through the lens of trauma-informed care, today announced the addition of two new team members who will help support the organization’s growth and expansion: Corrie Campbell will serve as Development Director, and Emily Kunde, MS LPC, has been brought on as a Behavioral Health Case Manager. In addition to its flagship farm in Whitelaw, in rural Manitowoc County, TPF is actively working to expand its services and programming to counties throughout Northeastern Wisconsin as well as specifically into Sheboygan County.
As Development Director, Campbell will work to establish community partnerships, donor development funds and special events. She has more than 35 years of experience in fundraising, development and community advocacy. As a private business owner, Campbell co-created, designed, developed and built The Oneida Nation Walk of Legends, a 24-monument pathway east of Lambeau Field in Green Bay. In her most recent work at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help, Inc., Campbell was selected by peers in the Public Relations Society of America for the "Communicator of the Year" award.
Kunde is a Licensed Professional Counselor with more than 20 years of experience working with children, youth and families. She practices in collaboration with team members and clients from a non-judgmental, person-centered and trauma-informed perspective that prioritizes relationship-building and the value of each individual’s voice.
“Corrie and Emily are each great at what they do from a professional perspective, bringing tremendous talent and additional depth to our team,” says Wyatt Kuether, President, CEO & Founder of TPF. “But perhaps more important to us is the positive energy they bring to their roles. All of our team members are active participants in how we provide care, as well as champions and advocates for those we serve, and Corrie and Emily have jumped right in with kindness, care and humility.”
Both Campbell and Kunde will be instrumental in helping bring to life TPF’s expansion into a new facility in Sheboygan County, the purchase of which is currently in progress and pending an official announcement.
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About The Production Farm
The Production Farm originated in New York with a group of celebrated figures of stage, television and film who wanted to give youth in need of mental and behavioral health care alternative opportunities to learn, grow and heal. Inspired by the life of late friend and fellow founding mentor Robert Goldberg, Actor Wyatt Kuether, a Sheboygan, Wisconsin native, successfully brought a variation of the original pilot program back to his home state in 2014.
The initial success of The Production Farm in Wisconsin led to the 2016 purchase of a peaceful and picturesque 10-acre farm in Whitelaw, Wisconsin. “The Farm” serves as the organization’s main campus, where a growing number of young people receive a wide array of mental and behavioral health care offerings that are non-traditional, person-centered and trauma-informed. Individuals in care are supported by a creative care team working together to tailor and adapt custom programs that encourage those served to play, connect and grow in safe and meaningful ways.
For more information, visit https://theproductionfarm.org.
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