Advisory Board

In addition to our experienced professional team, Madison has a valued resource in its well-respected Advisory Board comprised of non-profit, business, legal, banking and investment professionals.

Our board members are not involved in our firm’s daily operations or decision-making process but generously provide valuable insights to our team on a volunteer basis.

Michael Daniels

President & Chief Executive Officer, Nicolet National Bank

Mike Daniels is President and Chief Executive Officer of Nicolet National Bank, Green Bay, Wisconsin. Founded in 2000, Nicolet’s total banking and investment assets under management exceed $1.5 billion. Prior to forming Nicolet, Mike was a Senior Vice President with Associated Bank Green Bay (1995-1999) and President & CEO of Effingham Bank & Trust, Rincon, GA (1993-1995). A graduate of St. Norbert College in DePere, Wisconsin, Mike currently resides with his family in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Duane Dewey, MA, CFP®

President & Chief Executive Officer, Trustmark National Bank

Duane Dewey is the President and Chief Executive Officer at Trustmark National Bank. In his role, Duane is responsible for all corporate lending, treasury management services, wealth management, and insurance activities. Prior to his current position, Duane served as President of Trustmark Wealth Management and Trustmark Central Region. Prior to joining Trustmark, Duane was the Managing Director and Senior Vice President for Cincinnati, Ohio based Provident Financial Advisors (1997-2003), and Senior Vice President and Manager for the NationsBank (now Bank of America) Private Client Group in Washington, DC and Dallas, Texas (1983-1997). Prior to entering the financial services industry, Duane played professional baseball in the Kansas City Royals organization. Duane earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Finance at Louisiana State University. Duane currently resides with his family in Jackson, Mississippi.

Daniel Hoffheimer, JD

Partner, Taft, Stettinius & Hollister

Dan Hoffheimer is a senior partner in the law firm of Taft, Stettinius & Hollister LLP, where his practice focuses on wealth management, succession and estate planning, trust and probate law, nonprofit and charitable organizations, family businesses, elder law and guardianships, estate and gift taxation, charitable giving and probate court litigation. Dan is a former president and current board member of both the Cincinnati Bar Association and the Federal Bar Association, Cincinnati Chapter. He is a member of the Cincinnati Estate Planning Council and the Greater Cincinnati Planned Giving Council. He also serves on the boards of BRIDGES For A Just Community, the Ohio Justice & Policy Center and Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Dan is past chairman and co-founder of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, and has served as a board member of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Institute of Fine Arts. Dan earned his bachelor’s degree from Harvard College and law degree in 1976 from the University of Virginia Law School. Dan and his family reside in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Michael Jackson

Business Executive, Former General Manager, Nike Basketball Global

As the former VP and General Manager for Nike Basketball (North America), Michael Jackson was responsible for all of Nike Basketball’s products, operations and marketing in the company’s North American market. Before assuming that role, Michael served in a similar capacity as General Manager of Nike Basketball – China. Prior to joining Nike, Michael served as President of YankeeNets Media, LLC and as Executive Vice President of YankeeNets, LLC (2000-2001). Previously Michael served as a senior executive with Turner Sports (1994-2000) and the United States Olympic Committee (1991-1994). Michael also played professional basketball in the NBA for the Sacramento Kings (1987-1990). A graduate of Georgetown University, Michael is a past member of the university’s Board of Regents.

Kathleen Young

Family Foundation Executive Director

Kathy Young serves as Executive Director to a family foundation. Previously she was a professional with the $35 billion Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in Seattle, Washington. Prior to joining the Gates Foundation in 1997, Kathy worked for the Paul Allen Group (the personal investment vehicle for Paul G. Allen, co-founder of Microsoft) for three years. Before relocating to Seattle in 1994, Kathy spent 10 years in the Washington D.C. area working for the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce and a residential building firm based in Bethesda, Maryland. Kathy, a graduate of Illinois’s Parkland College, now resides in Kirkland, Washington.