Podcast with the National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin
Tenets in Action!
February 2021 Special Guests, Michael Crowley and Alyse Bailey from the National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin. Also joining us is a founding friend of J.K. Lee City Youth, Jim Ippolite. Enjoy their inspiring messages of kindness, perseverance, giving and indomitable spirit!
Michael Crowley is the Executive Director of the National Kidney Foundation, Wisconsin. He is the past CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Waukesha County and has a strong background in the nonprofit sector. He is also serving his fifth term as County Board Supervisor of District 16 on the Waukesha County Board, Vice Chairman of the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission since 2011, Chairman of the Waukesha County Airport Operations Commission since 2005 and Chairman of the City of Waukesha Community Development Black Grant Committee since 1999. He is committed to continuing the foundation’s great work of helping people and families and providing more knowledge and resources for those diagnosed with chronic kidney disease.
Alyse Bailey is a pediatric nurse at Children’s Wisconsin, a living kidney donor, and a board member for the National Kidney Foundation. Alyse altruistically donated her kidney to 5 year old Elizabeth (pictured with Alyse) on June 19th, 2017.
Jim Ippolite, a founding supporter of J.K. Lee City Youth Martial Arts, shares the story of his search for a living kidney donor. You can read more about him and how to help here: JIM"S STORY