Sister Donna Koch was re-elected community president in 2013. Prior to her first term, she served as a spiritual director at the Norbertine Center for Spirituality in De Pere. Sister Donna earned a bachelor's degree from St. Norbert College and a master's from Fordham University in New York. She received training in spiritual direction from the Franciscan Spirituality Center in La Crosse, Wisconsin. She has a certificate in Parochial Diocesan Administration from the Catholic University of American in Washington, D.C., and training in Pastoral Counseling Skills from the Albert Cardinal Meyer Institute in Huntington, Indiana.
Sister Nancy Langlois has ministered as a teacher, principal, pastoral associate, staff member at the House of Prayer (now known as the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help in Champion), domestic violence women's advocate, hospice chaplain, community secretary and general councilor. She was one of the founding women of Wellspring, Green Bay's daytime drop-in center for women. Sister Nancy started volunteering as a tutor for Literacy Green Bay, and continues to do so after her election to first vice president.
Sister Ann Rehrauer is a canon (church) lawyer who, prior to this election, served as the director of Evangelization, Living Justice and Worship for the Green Bay Diocese. Other previous appointments include president of this community, diocesan chancellor, and associate director of the Liturgy Secretariat for the U.S. Bishops, headquartered in Washington, D.C. She teaches as often as she can and enjoys volunteering at local shelters.