Roshelle Amundson

Roshelle Amundson

Roshelle Amundson

UW – Green Bay

Roshelle Amundson teaches English and the Humanities at UW-Green Bay. She has lived in the area for only three years but is on her way to establishing roots and feeling at home. Roshelle is active in volunteerism, productions at Green Bay Community Theater and Evergreen Productions, and is often found on the shores of Lake Michigan or Lake Superior. She is grateful and truly humbled to partner with the Sexual Assault Crisis Center and honored to support the amazing work they do to provide safety, hope, and healing for the thousands of innocents in our community who suffer from abuse and assault. Roshelle dedicates this performance to all survivors- whatever their war– her mother, who is the strongest person she knows- and to her Dad and beloved sister Rachel, both watching and supporting from above.

Zeke Cribbs, Boogie Ballroom

Zeke and his wife, Pamela, are the owners of Boogie Ballroom in Neenah. Zeke attended UW-Madison and it was there where he fell in love with dance. He was first exposed to dancing through various African dance styles, which somehow lead him down the road to ballroom dancing. It was his love of ballroom dancing that gave him the confidence to pursue his now “ever so lovely and wonderful” wife, Pamela. Together they competed professionally as members of the National Dance Council of America. Seeing firsthand the power that dancing has on a person’s life, Zeke and Pamela both feel very passionate about Shall We Dance! Freedom, self-confidence, new sense of self, a way to express what you feel…are just a few of the things that the dancers themselves will have the chance to experience. What better path to use to raise funds to equip the Sexual Assault Crisis Center to do the same for those in need in our own community! Zeke and Pamela feel so fortunate to play a part in such a wonderful cause!

Zeke Cribbs