Professor of Sociology & Nonprofit Organization Management
Don Francis is always working on behalf of his students. Don has a large network of connections to the nonprofit world, and he's always opening doors and making contacts that benefit the students and graduates of Lakeland's nonprofit program. A tireless champion of his major, Don joined the faculty in 1992 and he's worked hard to develop Nonprofit Organization Management into one of the college's most successful and popular majors. He is active in the community, participating in the United Methodist Church of Whitefish Bay, the Wisconsin Scholastic Chess Foundation, and the Boy Scouts of America. Don has a global view of the world, having lived in India, Korea, and Japan, and traveled extensively in Europe and Africa.