Pawsitism Leadership

Felicia Pirwitz

Financial Officer

Felicia moved to Sheboygan in 2018. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Business Management with a minor in Health Care Administration. She was a nurse in Michigan, a home health manager in Sheboygan, and worked with disabled adults at a local day service. Helping people with disabilities is in her blood. 

Felicia is a mother to 4 young boys. Her 13 year old “bonus” son has extensive special needs and Felicia finds so much joy in seeing him learn and grow. Her 10 year old son was diagnosed with Autism at the age of 5.

He was later diagnosed with Fragile X, Selective Mutism, Insomnia, ADHD, anxiety, and a few other disabilities. Felicia has faced many hurdles and challenges on their Autism journey but is so proud to see the person her son is growing into. 

Felicia couldn’t wait to be a part of Pawsitism, Inc. as soon as she learned about the organization. She originally joined the board as the treasurer. Then she decided to raise 2 of the Pawsitism puppies, and also become the Family Coordinator. Felicia loves to see the impact that Pawsitism, Inc. has on children, while also helping parents learn of different organizations in the community to help with the extensive needs of their kiddos.

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Christine Loose

Director and Fundraising, Event Coordinator

Christine is passionate about caring for our Community by supporting and working with nonprofit organizations. Currently, she serves as the Executive Director for the Lakeshore Technical College Foundation, where the mission and purpose seek to assist students with the financial support to attend college. Christine also serves as the Vice Chair of the Sheboygan County United Way Board of Directors as well as a Trustee of her alma mater St. Norbert College.  Pawsitism Inc. is a labor of love for her. Seeing dogs grow from puppies to well-trained Service Dogs and then matched with a child is incredibly rewarding. The joy on a child’s face when they meet their match is priceless!