Peyton Medick, Founder of Peyton's Promise, is a senior at UW LaCrosse. She started the organization when she was eight years old and wanted to make sure children did not go to bed hungry. Peyton started working with the advocate program when her cousin brought forth the idea of having advocates to inspire, lead and educate people about the problem of hunger. Other than working with Peyton's Promise, She enjoys spending time with friends and family, listening to music and adventuring. Peyton is studying Public Administration with a minor in Communications with hopes of a career within the non-profit sector. Peyton looks forward to seeing what amazing things that the advocates, advocate board and this organization can do.
Sara Mayer— President
Sara Mayer became an advocate in 2013 and this is her second year on the advocate board. She is a Junior at the D.C. Everest Senior High School. Sara has a younger brother who has been an advocate since 2016. Her main passion is swimming. Sara is on the local YMCA swim team (wyns), and is also on the Everest swim team for school. She loves to volunteer through school and other organizations like Peyton’s Promise.
Danni Langseth—Vice President
My name is Danni Langseth and I’ve been an advocate for 6 years. Peyton’s Promise has been a big part of my life since my best friend, and I️ went around our neighborhood collecting food for the organization. Last year I️ designed my own event, Eat for the Hungry which involves a day in December where restaurants in the community donate 15% of sales to Peyton’s Promise. Last year I joined the Peyton’s Promise Leadership board and this year I’m serving as Vice President of the organization!
Grace Albee—Correspondence Director
Maddie Martin- Secretary
Morgan Forbes- Member
Morgan is a senior at Wausau East High School and lives with her parents and brother. In college, she will pursue her interests in both business and healthcare and will determine on which to focus. Her hobbies include playing piano, running, reading, volunteering in the community, playing with her dog, and being active outdoors with family and friends. Morgan enjoys being a Peyton’s Promise advocate, advocate mentor, and board member because these positions enable her to help make the Wausau community a better place for people to live.