Kristine Micke

Director of Marketing

Office:  Fond du Lac, WI

Focus: Supports the different marketing communication needs across all five Commonwealth companies. Aligns the Commonwealth corporate marketing strategy with company goals and budget. Executes effective marketing techniques to elevate brand awareness, increase profits, and create more opportunities for “wins”. Public and community relations, graphic design, internal and external communications.

Experience: Kristine earned her Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies, with an emphasis in Public Relations and Organizational Communication and a Minor in Psychology from UW-LaCrosse. She is currently pursuing an MBA in Strategic Marketing from Concordia University – Wisconsin.

Impressive Facts: Prior to joining Commonwealth, Kristine originated and developed the internal marketing communications department for her company and grew the team to include multiple people and vendor partners. She led the internal and external communication efforts when her previous company transitioned from privately-held to a 100% employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) to an acquisition by Associated Bank, all occurring within an approximate one-year timeframe.

Fun Stuff: Kristine loves chasing around her two sons, visiting new restaurants and places with her husband, and summer activities including boating, fires, swimming, hiking and outdoor happy hours.

Commonwealth is developing and constructing beautiful, quality properties that keep communities flourishing and creates opportunities for others.

News/Happenings

Four Projects Awarded Financing Through FHLB-Chicago’s AHP Program

Commonwealth is grateful and proud to have four Wisconsin projects receive financing through FHLB-Chicago’s AHP program, totaling close to $2.9…
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Historic Apartments on 4th Wins ND Main Street Award

What an honor to have our Historic Apartments on 4th apartment community win the North Dakota Main Street Award in…
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Commonwealth has been extremely professional and courteous to the staff and the residents still living in our facility. They exceeded our expectations during the construction project as well as during the renovation of a 1923 school. Both projects have turned out to be beautiful and successful for our community.

Nancy McKenzie, Executive Director , Rhinelander Housing Authority