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Our Team

The MACC Fund’s staff is devoted to fighting childhood cancer and blood disorders, working tirelessly behind the scenes to support volunteers, sports teams, donors, partners, school groups, researchers, individuals and more. Meet the people who make the MACC Fund possible to fund the amount of research that it does.

Jon McGlocklin


After 30 years of dedication to the MACC Fund as both a co-founder and a dedicated volunteer, Jon joined the staff in 2006 as President of the MACC Fund. Jon works with the board and other staff on the development of integrated major gift program with the MACC Fund sponsors, donors, prospects and beneficiaries.

Best known as “Jonny Mac” during his NBA days playing for the Milwaukee Bucks, Jon enjoyed an eleven-year career in the NBA. “The Original Buck” appropriately scored the Buck’s first point. Highlights include playing on the 1969 NBA All Star team, starting on the Milwaukee Bucks 1971 World Championship Team and 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 heard as a color analyst on Fox Sports Wisconsin.


Becky Pinter

President & CEO

Becky joined the MACC Fund staff in 2007 as the Chief Operating Officer after being a “go-to” volunteer for the MACC Fund for over a decade. Becky brings many years of development experience to her position. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degrees and a Masters of Science in Management from Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee. Becky is also an adjunct instructor at Cardinal Stritch University. In August 2019, Becky was named the next President and CEO of the MACC Fund.

T.J. Marini

Chief Development Officer

T.J. joined the MACC Fund staff in September of 2019, after spending 10 years serving the organization as a Board Member, during which time he served on the management committee. Prior to joining the MACC Fund staff,  T.J. spent over 20 years in the financial services sector, overseeing a national professional sports banking division for 10 years. T.J. brings a business background that includes a very large network of individuals and companies to his new role as Chief Development Officer. He is excited to combine his love of sports, business and helping others with his passion for the MACC Fund and its mission. T.J. holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance. He is married to Lori, and is the proud father of three daughters: Natalia, Bianca, and Francesca!

Colleen O’Neil Moran

Development Officer

Colleen joined the MACC Fund in 1993, after graduating with a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Minnesota.   As a development officer, Colleen organizes and manages the MACC Fund’s largest annual fundraising event, the Trek 100 – Ride for Hope, which attracts nearly 2,500 riders raising fund for childhood cancer research.

In 2001, Colleen was selected as one of the Business Journal’s “40 Under Forty”, for her work at the MACC Fund. She brings a passion for sports and a love of people to her position at the MACC Fund.

Michael Bielawski

Director of Development

Michael joined the MACC Fund staff in August of 2016 after spending the previous four years as the Assistant Golf Coach at Marquette University, his alma mater. While coaching, he helped lead the team to its second Big East Conference Championship in program history! Through his coaching background, Michael brings a positive energy, commitment to success, and passion for helping others to his position as Development Officer for the MACC. Michael played Division I college golf at Marquette, where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in PR/Advertising in 2008. He is married to Carley Bielawski, and is the proud father of Noah who was born in 2017. In January of 2020, Michael was promoted to Director of Development, assuming responsibility for developing new business, events, and corporate partnerships.

Karen Armstrong

Financial Officer

Karen transferred to the MACC Fund staff, as Financial Officer, in 2008 through her volunteer position at the Ronald McDonald House of Milwaukee.  After graduating from St. Norbert College, she worked in corporate accounting prior to her move into the non-profit community and the MACC Fund.

Danielle Torgerson

Digital Manager

Danielle joined the MACC Fund in March of 2019 as the Digital Manager after working for several years in the digital and social media industry. Danielle holds a bachelor’s degree in Marketing and International Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. As the digital manager, Danielle is responsible for managing the social media platforms, website, and email campaigns to engage volunteers, donors, and partners. Danielle brings a fresh perspective, enthusiasm for the role, and passion for ending childhood cancer and related blood disorders in her role as Digital Manager!

Dayle Bugalski

Dayle Bugalski

Development Officer

Dayle joined the MACC fund staff in May of 2019 as the Events Assistant. She holds a master’s degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse and spent nearly 10 years working the healthcare field, but in 2012, she became a cancer mom when her 2 ½ year old son was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. After his diagnosis, she became very involved in Women for MACC, serving as a board member, as well as being part of the MACC Fund’s own Emerging Leaders Board. She and her husband, Dave, have regularly participated in several MACC Fund events over the years, including the Brewers Mini Marathon and the Trek 100 Ride for Hope. Dayle and Dave have two sons, Gavin (a leukemia survivor!) and Owen. In January of 2020, Dayle was promoted to  Development Officer, assuming responsibility for managing and executing signature MACC Fund events and partnerships!

Board of Directors

The MACC Fund’s Board of Directors is comprised of individuals dedicated to helping the MACC Fund grow and succeed in providing critical funding for childhood cancer and related blood disorder research.

Each member contributes a vast array of skills and experience in fields like law, accounting, marketing, nonprofit management, and more to assist us in meeting our aggressive fundraising goals, meeting commitments, and maintaining the integrity and staying true to the principles that the MACC Fund was founded on.

John Steinmiller

Chairman | Milwaukee Bucks

Brian Gotter

Vice Chairman | Today's TMJ4

Jon McGlocklin

Co-Founder | The MACC Fund

Eddie Doucette

Co-Founder | Eddie Doucette Promotions, Inc.

Bill Wertz

Treasurer | Wertz Advisory Services, LLC

Jan Lennon


Wm. O. Steinberg

Chair Emeritus | Strategic Leverage Partners, LLC

Paul Knoebel

Chair Emeritus | Knoebel & Associates
Junior Bridgeman

Junior Bridgeman

Heartland Coca-Cola Bottling Company

Al Costigan

Costigan Family Foundation

Paul Griepentrog

Godfrey & Kahn, S.C.

Greg Klimek

Klemm Tank Lines
Tim Michels

Tim Michels

Michels Corporation

Lindsay Schweikert


Jason Hartlund

Milwaukee Brewers

Kevin Steiner

West Bend Mutual Insurance

Steve Kilian Jr.

Kilian Management Services-McDonald's

John Johannes

Town Bank, Wintrust

Honorary Board

Over the years, there has been countless friends of the MACC Fund, which consists of various business leaders, volunteers, local celebrities, and more. The MACC Fund’s honorary board recognizes their great and continued service in helping raise money for critical childhood cancer and related blood disorder research.

Larry Barbera

Kieth Burg

John Burke

Nancy Bush

Joe Chrnelich

Dean DeCristoforo

Dave Drury

Joe Duncan

Scott Fromader

Doug Geske

Michael Houser

Chris Hubertz

John Janz

Bill King

Jim Ksicinski

Craig Leipold

Mike Lekrone

Jerry Lestina

Tim McCarthy

Dave Morris

Steve Quale

Chuck Rushman

Bob Richter

Joe Sweeney

Rick Vetter

Regis Welsh

Honorary Athletic Board

Over the years, there has been countless friends of the MACC Fund, which consists of various business leaders, volunteers, local celebrities, and more. The MACC Fund’s honorary board recognizes their great and continued service in helping raise money for critical childhood cancer and related blood disorder research.

Ray Allen

Barry Alvarez

John Anderson

Jerry Augustine

Lou Banach

Sal Bando

Dick Bennett

Bonnie Blair

Sandy Botham

Tom Crean

Mickey Davis

Ted Davis

Bruce Froemming

Jim Ganter

Bob Harlan

Pat Hughes

Dan Jansen

George Karl

Michael King

Bob Long

Joel Maturi

Terri Mitchell

Paul Molitor

Andy North

Jim Paschke

Pat Richter

Aaron Rodgers

Bo Ryan

Ken Sanders

Bob Uecker

Phil Wittliff

Mark Wilson

Robin Yount

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