An outstanding leader recognized

Sherri Selting, Senior Process Engineer at the Rothschild Mill, was one of 20 individuals who were chosen from among 78 nominees in the Wausau Daily Herald’s first ‘‘20 Under Forty’’ program. Sherri was honored at a ceremony held last November at The Grand Theater in downtown Wausau.

The Daily Herald Media, in partnership with the Wausau Region Chamber of Commerce, hosted the recognition event to laud the achievement, excellence, commitment and leadership of exemplary people under the age of 40. The event was also held to show the importance of cultivating young leadership as well as community appreciation and encouragement of younger leaders and activists.

Sherri came to the Rothschild Mill in 1998 as a Paper mill co-op student. In 2001, she accepted a full-time position as a process engineer with the Paper Unit. Throughout her career at our mill, Sherri has excelled in a number of challenging and rewarding positions, including Waste Water Treatment Plant Supervisor, Wood Room Supervisor and Reliability Engineer.

Sherri’s commitment to excellence at work and in the community is amazing. She is a mother, wife, career leader and community advocate. Sherri volunteers with Junior Achievement, Wisconsin River cleanup and Girl Scouts. In addition, she is a youth choir director, a participant in the Domtar Paper Express school program and a member of the Academic Advisory Committee at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point for the Paper Science program.

Mill Manager Matt Fischer comments, “Sherri epitomizes the leader that our mill and community need for today and the future.