by Nancy Mida, Published May 03, 2011
YPSILANTI – Judith Wollack, CEO and clinical coordinator of Wolverine Human Services, has been elected a member of the Eastern Michigan University Foundation Board of Trustees. She resides in Novi, Mich., and will serve a three-year term as a volunteer.
Wollack earned a degree from Concordia University and a master's from Wayne State University before joining Wolverine Human Services in 1987. Wollack also served on the Northville School Board of Trustees for eight years.
The Wollack family has played an active role at EMU for several years. Judith's husband, Robert Wollack, received an honorary degree in social work from EMU and served as an adjunct professor in social work. He and Judith have established the Robert Wollack and Family Endowed Scholarship at EMU to help fund graduate students in the School of Social Work. Also, in 1999, Wolverine Human Services established a scholarship in the EMU College of Health and Human Services.
Wolverine Human Services is a social service agency that provides safety, sustenance, nurturing and therapeutic intervention to children.
The EMU Foundation is a private, nonprofit corporation that increases private support and manages endowment assets for the benefit of Eastern Michigan University.