GREEN BAY - The Green Bay Packers Board of Directors has elected Thomas Olejniczak to the organization's Executive Committee during a quarterly meeting on Wednesday.
Olejniczak replaces Edward Martin who resigned in September.
64-year-old Olejniczak has been a member of the Board since 1986. He is also an attorney and managing partner of Law Firm Conway, Olejniczak, & Jerry S.C.
"We are pleased to welcome Tom Olejniczak as a member of the Executive Committee," said Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy. Adding, "Tom has served the organization well as a member of the Board for nearly 30 years. His extensive background in law along with his far-reaching involvement in this community has been invaluable. We look forward to his continued contributions in this new role."
Olejniczak also serves on the Board of Directors' Audit and Director Affairs committees. In the community, he has also been a part of the NEW Community Shelter board, Casa ALBA Melanie - Hispanic Community Resource Center of Green Bay Inc. board, PMI Entertainment Group board, Cystic Fibrosis - 65 Roses Sports Club board, Wisconsin Bar Association, Wisconsin Bar Association audit committee, Brown County Bar Association, Wisconsin Association for Justice, and the Estate Planning Council of Green Bay.
The Packers' Executive Committee directs corporate management, approves major capital expenditures, establishes broad policy, and monitors management performance for the corporation.
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