Courtney Dvorak is an experienced Strategy Creation and Deployment Manager with a passion for helping teams navigate their change challenges. She’s certified through Prosci as a Change Management Practitioner (CMP) and by the American Society of Quality (ASQ) as a Quality Process Analyst (CQPA). Her bachelor’s degree in both Sociology and Social Welfare from the University of Wisconsin – Madison have set the foundation for her people focused change management approach.
She joined Kimberly-Clark in 2018 as a Strategy Deployment Capabilities Manager on the North American Finance team. In her role, Courtney partners with the regional CFOs to develop and deploy strategies aligned with the finance organization’s Shareholder Value Creation vision. She is primarily responsible for driving transformational change in achievement of business objectives.
Courtney lives in Appleton with her husband, Adam, their daughter, Audrey, and their two boxers, Gabbi and Kash. She enjoys endurance cycling and is a member of the local JDRF cycling chapter. She is incredibly honored to be participating in Shall We Dance and hopes to bring more awareness and advocacy for the Sexual Assault Crisis Center!
Zeke Cribbs, Boogie Ballroom
Zeke and his wife, Pamela, are the owners of Boogie Ballroom. Zeke was first exposed to dancing through an African Dance class at UW-Madison. Zeke regularly competed as a member of the National Dance Council of America with Pamela, as well as with his students. Pamela attended UW-Madison graduating with a degree in kinesiology. She was introduced to the world of ballroom dancing through her husband, Zeke, and it changed her life. She and Zeke competed nationally as rhythm dancers.
Shall We Dance has been a big part of their lives since they’ve lived in the Fox Valley. The Center holds a critical role in our community and is a great way to raise awareness for this important cause. Zeke and Pamela feel honored to participate in this truly incredible event and look forward to being a part of it for years to come!