Nicole Boyington

I have been an occupational therapist for 22 years.  I have worked in a variety of settings. Currently, I am an academic fieldwork coordinator/assistant professor at Mount Mary University.  I have volunteered on the WOTA board for the past 6 years.  I have certifications in lymphedema, home modification, and I am a certified aging in place specialist. I currently volunteer my time with WOTA, AOTA, Waukesha County special needs committee, and as a parent-to-parent educator.  I am an advocate for special needs families and the OT community. I enjoy helping people find their strengths and reach their goals.


Shelly Muche

I graduated from Concordia University Wisconsin and have been an OT for 20 years. Most of my clinical experience has been in the area of physical rehabilitation. I became the Department Chair and an instructor in the OTA Program at Fox Valley Technical College in 2014. I have volunteered over the years for both NBCOT and WOTA and feel strongly about what our profession offers to our clients.


Teresa Van Lanen

I am Teresa Van Lanen and I am an OTR. I have been in the field of Occupational Therapy for 42 years, first as a COTA and then as an OTR.

I have had an eclectic career path mainly in Northeast Wisconsin in various roles. My most recent role is an instructor in Fox Valley Technical College's OTA program. I have been part of the WOTA board for 2 years and have presented at several WOTA conferences. One thing I love about our profession is its diversity and the creative challenges that being an OT brings. 


Amber Donovan


Katie Arnold

I am Katie Arnold and I am an OTR. I have been working in Occupational Therapy for about 12 years. I have worked in many different settings (including acute care, subacute care, inpatient and outpatient rehab, industrial rehab, etc.) and am a certified Lymphedema Therapist. 
My most recent professional endeavour has been working in academia for an online OTA program. I am very passionate about OT advocacy, especially as it pertains to leadership development. I am new to the WOTA board this year and excited to continue to develop and grow this organization to meet the needs of the OT and OTA professionals in Wisconsin. 


Erica Griesbaum

I am completing my Masters of Occupational Therapy at Carroll University and will graduate in 2024! My future interests of OT include dementia care, women's health, and pelvic health! 

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