In his role as Membership and Outreach Manager, Luke Voegeli is responsible for engaging and growing Clean Wisconsin’s membership base. Luke works to ensure that members are continuously engaged in ways that support the organization statement.
Luke graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science & History. After graduating, he spent several months working in development and communications at a Washington D.C. based NGO servicing girls education programs in Malawi. After D.C., Luke joined the Peace Corps where he served two years in Namibia as an upper primary mathematics and physical education teacher. During his time in the Peace Corps Luke helped to establish youth health camps in the south of the country. After his service in the Peace Corps, Luke attended Trinity College in Dublin where he obtained a Masters of Philosophy in Public History & Cultural Heritage. While in Dublin, Luke worked at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral assisting with community outreach projects in low income neighborhoods.
Having grown up in Madison, Luke has always held a deep attachment to the natural landscape of Wisconsin.
Favorite things to do outdoors in Wisconsin: Climbing at Devil’s Lake, biking around Lake Monona, and kayaking on Lake Superior.