Jeff is an award-winning professional with more than 20 years of art direction and design experience. He started A2Z Design, LLC in 2005 and has quickly built a diverse clientele. Jeff has a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism with an emphasis in graphic design & marketing from Ball State University. Jeff’s career was built on creating, designing and producing high-quality, custom publications for more than a dozen magazines. He excels in extending his creativity and design strategies into corporate brand identities, advertising and marketing campaigns. He has won numerous awards including work published in the Society of Publication Designers Annual, Print’s Regional Design Annual, and multiple American Advertising Awards / ADDY awards. Jeff serves as the immediate Past President of the Board of Directors for the Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra. Jeff served on the Board for the Sexual Assault Crisis Center for seven years, co-chaired Shall We Dance for three years and his business, A2Z Design, has handled the marketing of this event for ten years. Jeff is excited (and also terrified) to come from behind the scenes and take the stage to raise awareness and significant funds for a cause that is deeply personal.
Pamela Cribbs, Boogie Ballroom
Pamela and her husband, Zeke, are the owners of Boogie Ballroom in Neenah. Pamela attended UW-Madison graduating with a degree in kinesiology. She never expected that to evolve into a life of dancing, but what a surprise it has been! She was introduced to the world of ballroom dancing in Madison where she and Zeke became professional dance partners. Together they competed nationally as rhythm dancers as well as pro-am dancers with their students. Their journey of dance has taught them so much about life and how to overcome obstacles! That has come in handy in her everyday life as they are blessed with 3 little ones that help make every day a unique one! Her children are one reason why Shall We Dance is so important to her. So many lives are changed for the better because of the amazing work that the Sexual Assault Crisis Center does. Pamela truly feels honored to have the opportunity to do a small part in helping them continue to touch the lives of so many people in our community.