The MACC Fund staff is comprised of energetic, dedicated people devoted to fighting childhood cancer and blood disorders. Our staff embodies the mission of Hope through Research. We share your passion to defeat childhood cancer and related blood disorders and are happy to answer any questions you have.
Founder and President
Jon McGlocklin is a Co-Founder and the President of the MACC Fund. In 2006, marking the MACC Fund’s 30th year, Jon joined the staff as part of a reorganization of the Fund’s Board of Directors. Jon works in concert with the board, executive director and staff in developing an integrated major gift program with MACC Fund sponsors, donors, prospects and beneficiaries.
Best known as “Jonny Mac” during his playing days with the Milwaukee Bucks, he enjoyed a eleven-year career with the NBA. Highlights playing on the 1969 NBA All Star team; starting on the Milwaukee Bucks 1971 World Championship Team as well as serving as a NBA Player Representative for five years. Jon was inducted into the State of Indiana High School Basketball Hall of Fame, the Wisconsin Sports Hall of Fame and the Wisconsin Coaches Hall of Fame.
Continuing his relationship with the NBA and professional sports, Jon can be seen and heard as a color analyst for all Milwaukee Bucks televised games with the Milwaukee Bucks Television Network on UPN 24 and FSN North.
His non-athletic professional career includes Bando McGlocklin Capital Corp., which he helped established and where he was Vice President from 1980-1997, and Healy Awards, Inc., where he was owner and President from 1997-2006.
Jon is also dedicated to community service which is well demonstrated through his long running commitment to the MACC Fund and children with cancer since 1976. He also sits on the Board of Trustees of the Medical College of Wisconsin, Emeritus status since 1986 as well as on the Athletic Board for the Wisconsin Fellowship of Christian Athletes since 1980.
John Cary has held the position of Executive Director of the MACC Fund since 1982. During his tenure, yearly income has grown from $250,000 to $3,800,000. Prior to coming to the MACC Fund, John was the Special Events Manager for Harnischfeger Corporation. In this position, John managed Harneschfeger's exhibits in Conexpo-the world's largest construction trade show held in Houston, Texas.
A graduate of Marquette University as a broadcasting major, John has continued his involvement with his Alma Mater. He has served on the Alumni Board and is involved with Marquette High School as well.
A highlight of his involvement with Marquette University came in 1991 when John received the Alumnus of the Year Award by the University's College of Speech. In 2004, he received the Spirit of St. Ignatius Award from Marquette High School. In 2006, he received the Alumnus of the Year Award from Marquette University's Alpha Sigma Nu, the national Jesuit honor society. In 2007 he and his wife Mary chaired Marquette University High School's 150th celebration. In 2007, John was also inducted as a Friend of Basketball in the Wisconsin Basketball Coach's Hall of Fame.
John’s community activities include serving on the Board of the Weyenburg Library Foundation in Mequon, Wisconsin as well as a past member of the Board of St. Michael Hospital in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. John was also Chairman of the $7 million Annual Catholic Stewardship Appeal of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee Chapter from 1996-1999. He is a member of the Archdiocese's Resource Development Council.
He and his wife of 34 years, Mary, have six children and two grandchildren. Countless other youngsters over the years, at both the Midwest Children's Cancer Center in Milwaukee and the Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Center in Madison, have been grateful for the fatherly guidance and compassion John demonstrates each day as the MACC Fund's Executive Director.
Chief Operating Officer
Becky Pinter joined the MACC Fund staff in 2007. She has been committed to the fight against childhood cancer and related blood disorders for over a decade through her volunteer work. She was a "go to" MACC Fund volunteer and an excellent addition to the staff. Becky brings many years of development experience to her position. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and her Masters of Science in Management from Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee. Becky is an active member of the Association of Fund Raising Professionals and Women for MACC.
Becky and her husband Brian reside in Milwaukee. They enjoy what Wisconsin has to offer year-round and are surrounded by family and friends. Becky has an artistic flair as well which is evident through her creation of one of kind handbags using scrap wool.
Colleen O’Neil Moran
Colleen O'Neil Moran holds a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Minnesota. Colleen joined the MACC Fund upon graduating in 1993. As a Development Officer for the MACC Fund, she organizes and manages our biggest fund raising event-the Annual Trek 100-Ride for Hope. The Trek 100 attracts nearly 2,500 riders who put their hearts and bodies on the line riding through the beautiful area around Trek Headquarters in Waterloo, Wisconsin to raise money for childhood cancer research.
In 2001, Colleen was selected as one of the Business Journal's '40 Under Forty.' Additionally, Colleen is an avid athlete and has successfully completed several marathons. She enjoys teaching aerobics and indoor cycling. She also runs with her German Shepherd for a good arm workout! She brings a passion for sports and a love of people to her position with the MACC Fund.
Colleen and her husband Paul were married in Ireland in October 2005 and their first child was born in December 2007.
Lora Kaelber joined the MACC Fund staff in 2008 after clerking for the Honorable Diane Sykes at the Wisconsin Supreme Court and practicing law for 6 years in Milwaukee. Her close friendship with our dear MACC Fund friend, Cheri Amore (1985-2002) inspired Lora to join the fight against childhood cancer and related blood disorders.
Lora works with dedicated, event committees on the MACC Fund Golf Tour, assists with the Kids Helping Kids program, and oversees the MACC Fund’s Internet presence. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in French from Carthage College and her Juris Doctor degree from Marquette University Law School.
Lora brings her love of the sports to the MACC Fund. She enjoys being on the water--frozen or thawed! She was a long-time member of Aquanut Water Shows in Twin Lakes and a professional water skier at Cypress Gardens. She is also an accomplished down-hill and cross country skier and a snow boarder. A new tri-athlete, look for her at the Trek Women’s Triathlon in Pleasant Prairie this summer. She also plays the drums in the Spirit Alive! praise band.
Karen Armstrong earned her BBA from St. Norbert College in 1985. Her financial background includes accounting positions with DUECO, Inc., Waukesha and WhiteLight Group, LLC, Pewaukee. Karen joined the MACC Fund in 2008 through her affiliation as a house volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House of Southeastern Wisconsin. Her responsibilities include preparing financial statements and supporting MACC Fund staff with their accounting needs.
Karen and her husband, Bob, have two teenage sons and a daughter. They have been actively involved at St. William Parish, Waukesha, Waukesha Catholic School System and Catholic Memorial High School. They enjoy spending time with family and friends in Three Lakes, WI.
Donna’s responsibilities at the MACC Fund include managing the office and Donna Schnapp comes to the MACC Fund after spending 17 ½ years at the Daily Reporter Publishing Company were she was the Business Manager overseeing all accounting and office procedures.
Proud parents of two children, Donna and her husband John are very active at their church and children’s school. She enjoys her children, school, card making, gardening, chocolate and cooking.
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