Schueth spent over 13 years as the press spokesman and VP of communications and development at Caritas Germany, a catastrophe relief organization for third world countries. He also worked as the director of development and annual programs at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, and at 3M Germany as a Marketing Service Engineer.
“We are confident that his strong background, international perspective and philanthropic heart will pave the way for new opportunities and growth for our mission,” said outgoing foundation executive Marion Heinz.
The Rogers Memorial Hospital Foundation raises philanthropic support to ensure the future of the hospital as it provides effective treatment for those suffering from mental illness.
The Rogers Memorial Hospital Foundation cultivates awareness of the hospital’s mission and builds long-term relationships for philanthropic support. One hundred percent of all donations directly support the hospital’s patients and Rogers Memorial treatment programs, providing long-term financial stability for the hospital.
Rogers Memorial Hospital is a not-for-profit behavioral health care provider for children, teens and adults. The hospital is nationally recognized for its residential treatment centers including the Eating Disorder Center, the Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Center, the Child Center and the Child and Adolescent Center. Rogers Memorial also provides residential treatment services for chemical dependency at the Herrington Recovery Center. Inpatient and partial hospitalization services are also available. Rogers Memorial is licensed as a psychiatric hospital by the State of Wisconsin and accredited by The Joint Commission. It offers treatment programs at five Wisconsin locations: Oconomowoc, Milwaukee, Madison, Kenosha and Brown Deer. To learn more, call 800-767-4411 or visit rogershospital.org.