Mayo physician elected to LPEF Board

Mark Brumm, a family physician at Mayo Clinic Health System in La Crosse, has been elected to serve on the Board of the La Crosse Public Education Foundation.

Mark Brumm

Mark has worked at Mayo in La Crosse since 1996 after completing his residency at the University of Michigan and medical school and undergraduate work at the University of Wisconsin. He previously served on the board of the Parenting Place and remains a volunteer physician at St. Clare Health Mission.

Mark has two sons, both currently at UW-Madison, who attended Spence Elementary School then went to Longfellow Middle and Central High School. He was raised in Middleton, Wisconsin, by his parents who were both public school teachers – his mother teaching 3rd grade and his father high school history. Mark is married to Jennifer Brumm, who is a pediatrician with Mayo Clinic Health System in La Crosse.

The mission of the La Crosse Public Education Foundation is to enhance learning opportunities for students in the School District of La Crosse and to promote community understanding and support for public education. LPEF was founded in 1988 by some very forward-looking La Crosse residents who were passionate in their support of public education in La Crosse.

The Foundation expects to provide more than $325,000 in support in 2020 to students and staff in the School District of La Crosse. This includes about $92,000 in grants to promote classroom innovation and about $30,000 for Random Acts of Kindness to meet needs of students in areas such as nutrition, hygiene, clothing, and transportation.

LPEF Board members are elected to three-year terms and may serve two terms. Learn more about the Board here.