Lora Warner is an Associate Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs and Director of the Center for Public Affairs at UW-Green Bay. Dr. Warner teaches in the Public Administration program and leads the Nonprofit Management Certificate. Her work with students includes supervision of internships and service learning projects in numerous public and nonprofit organizations in the area. Dr. Warner teaches courses in program evaluation, nonprofit management, philanthropy, fundraising and marketing, planning and evaluation of wellness programs, and public policy (among others).
Dr. Warner has led a number of community wide studies to evaluate quality of life and assess community needs. For almost 25 years, Dr. Warner has consulted with a wide array of public service organizations throughout Wisconsin, including the State of Wisconsin, Brown County, nonprofit organizations, various United Way affiliates, and community foundations. She serves on the national Faculty Advisory Council of the Learning by Giving Foundation and the board of directors of Scholarships, Inc. as chairperson of the NEW Scholars leadership team, a program that prepares underrepresented middle and high-school students for college.