Meet Our Staff

Jodi Legge, Executive Director
As the executive director for WLIC, Jodi Legge leads the organization in managing the state’s identification and information system to protect animal health and market access. She began serving in this role in August 2017.

Previously, Legge served as the Executive Director for March of Dimes in Wisconsin for five years. During her tenure, the Wisconsin Chapter realigned its infrastructure and staff responsibilities, doubled the size of the Chapter Board, and posted double digit increases in special events revenue. Prior to this position, Legge worked for 20 years in various non-profit and corporate entities, including serving for three years as the Deputy Director of Communications & Marketing for the Smithsonian’s National Zoo in Washington, D.C.

Legge has received several Wisconsin Newspaper Association awards for reporting on community and social issues, as well as a community award from the Wisconsin Bar Association. She has been a member of the International Association of Business Communicators, various Rotary Clubs and Chambers throughout Wisconsin and has served on her Church Council as both a member and Chair.

Legge has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Organizational Management Studies from Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota. Legge is married and has two adult sons and four grandsons. She enjoys spoiling her grandsons, politics, cooking, travel and rooting for the Green Bay Packers. She and her husband, Ed, live in Wisconsin Dells.

Allison Hahn, Communications & Administrative Manager
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Allison Hahn started in July of 2018, as the Communications Coordinator. Allison is a Spring 2018 graduate of UW-Platteville, with a major in Agricultural Business and a minor in Animal Science, with an emphasis in Agri-Marketing and Communications. Allison currently resides in DeForest where she was raised.

Allison handles WLIC communications including all social media, the weekly newsletter, and design as well as premises registrations and data entry. Alongside her communications responsibilities she also manages the WLIC office and co-manages the County Fair DNA program.