Deb grew up in the Fox Valley area of Wisconsin, worked in schools and the University as a Career and At Risk Counselor, and created and operated Telemark Educational Foundation, Inc. promoting educational opportunities in the northwoodsI Deb has loved every job in her 60 plus years but working as the Museum Director of the Cable Natural History Museum is the best! As a child her family visited relatives who lived along the Bad River and she and her brothers played in the Chequamegon National Forest. Today Deb and her husband live in a small log cabin on 120 acres of woods in the Drummond area and enjoy sapping in the spring, cutting wood in the fall and snowshoeing in the winter. We have seven grandchildren who love visiting “Up North” Grandma and Grandpa’s house. No electronics allowed – only playing outside in the clean fresh air of Northern Wisconsin!