President and founder of All My Friends Inc. I have my beautiful daughter Cassie who has autism and was the inspiration for this organization. I have 2 associate’s degrees and a proud board member of Ozaukee County.
Retired business owner of 20 years. Accounting degree. 2 kids. Son is on the autism spectrum and I am passionate about helping children with all abilities.
Married to James Krause and we have 3 adult children – all boys – Nathan, Quinton and Z. Along with a dog and a lizard. My middle son has 22q Deletion and my youngest son is Autistic. I’m an entrepreneur and caregiver. I love weightlifting and do compete in power lifting locally. Favorite hobbies are on beautiful days the hubby and I love to be out on the motorcycle and enjoy concerts – almost an addiction. Otherwise, we love to kick back with a fire in the fire pit and just chill. We met Dianne and Brad 10 years ago at the first poker run that AMF (at the time Living Life with Autism) did and they’ve been stuck with us since. Love to be part of this charity and all the wonderful things it does and will do in the future.
Eric Hurd joined the Board of Directors for All My Friends Playground in early 2017 as the board Treasurer. He is the Vice President Commercial Lending Officer at Pyramax Bank, a community bank based in Ozaukee, Milwaukee and Waukesha Counties. Prior to joining All my Friends, Eric was the Treasurer for Pathfinders Milwaukee, Inc, previously held the Treasurer role at Ozaukee Economic Development and was a member of the City of Cedarburg Revolving Loan Fund Committee.
Jody Kujawski works as a machinist for Kaufmann Manufacturing in Manitowoc Wisconsin, and is also a part owner of Top Shelf Properties LLC. He is a proud father of 3. He has taken part in and volunteered for the organization from the beginning and has accepted a seat on the board in April of 2017.
I am Kristen Berns; a wife mother and teacher. Family is my everything. Prior to meeting my husband, I was a kindergarten teacher in the public school system. We are blessed with 2 beautiful children, a boy and a girl. I am passionate about helping other with special needs. I joined the board of directors in June of 2017.
Jenna Guensburg has a Bachelor’s in Biological Aspects of Conservation and Social Welfare from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and a Master of Education degree in Moderate Disabilities from Cambridge College in Cambridge, MA. A current teacher of students with disabilities in Grafton. Jenna brought together her passion for the outdoors and her passion for educating students with special needs by devoting her Master’s thesis to the study of sensory gardens and outdoor multi sensory environments. She heavily researched the benefits of the natural environment as a therapeutic approach for the success of children with special needs. Her devotion to helping children with special needs goes beyond the classroom; Jenna is also a licensed respite foster caregiver for the Milwaukee area.
I am a single mother of an adult daughter, and we have both enjoyed Ozaukee County as our home. Family and friends mean everything to me, and that is exactly how I came to meet Dianne Dyer-Helmer, several years ago. Since then, I fell in love with her daughter Cassie and continued to volunteer for the All My Friends organization. I am passionate about helping the children of our community, with special needs. I also volunteer for the Ben Carini Foundation and sit on the board for the Christine Creaney Memorial Foundation. I joined the AMF board in February of 2021.
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