Jenny Kuderer-Radcliffe Elected to Wisconsin Economic Development Association Board of Directors

The Wisconsin Economic Development Association (WEDA) has reelected Jenny Kuderer-Radcliffe to its Board of Directors. Kuderer-Radcliffe currently serves as Senior Economic Development Specialist at Dairyland Power Cooperative. The board election took place at WEDA’s annual meeting on February 2, 2023, during the association’s annual Governor’s Conference on Economic Development.

“I am honored and excited to continue to serve on the WEDA Board and be a part of an organization committed to making Wisconsin a better place to live, work and do business,” said Kuderer-Radcliffe. I look forward to working with an elite group of economic development colleagues from across the state on initiatives to  grow Wisconsin’s economy,”


Kuderer-Radcliffe, who has held her current position with Dairyland Power Cooperative for over four years, has nearly two decades of collective experience working in economic development. She also spent time as a Regional Economic Development Director at the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation as well as Associate Director for the La Crosse Area Development Corporation. Kuderer-Radcliffe holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from UW-La Crosse and an MBA from Viterbo University.

“WEDA is thrilled to welcome Jenny back to our board of directors. We look forward to her proven leadership and enthusiasm for WEDA and economic development during her second term on the board,” said WEDA President and CEO Mary Perry. “We will rely heavily on her professional experience and expertise as we work to enhance WEDA member services and advance the Wisconsin economy.”


About WEDA

The Wisconsin Economic Development Association, founded in 1975, is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to growing Wisconsin’s economy. Driven by the needs of our 400-plus members, we represent the economic development interests of both the private and public sectors through advocacy, education, and leadership on statewide initiatives.