Board of Directors

Patti Rashke

President and Founder

Patti is an active philanthropist and community member, currently serving on the Board of Directors for Gilda’s Club-Madison, a cancer support community, and Generations Fertility Care, a collaboration between UW-Health and UnityPoint Health–Meriter.

Dan Rashke


Dan is the CEO of TASC and a member of several Dane County boards . See his full profile here.

Quinn Rashke

Quinn is the eldest of Dan and Patti’s two children. He lives in Milwaukee with his wife Ellie and dog Winnie. He is a senior associate process development engineer in the Research, Development, and Engineering function of S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc. and is involved in S.C. Johnson’s Council of Young Professionals, IGN!TE (LGBTQ+) Business Council, and University of Wisconsin–Madison Campus Recruiting. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from UW-Madison. Learn more here.

Tia Rashke

Tia is Dan and Patti’s second child. After earning a bachelor’s degree in theology from Boston College in 2019, she lived, volunteered, and worked in the context of Amate House, a Chicago-based “young-adult service and leadership development program grounded in social justice, faith, and community.” By pursuing a career in nonprofit management, Tia hopes to build bridges and a sense of community that serves some collective well-being. She is particularly excited by the role the Enneagram personality system can play in facilitating such psycho-spiritual transformation, as experienced through her engagement with the Enneagram Prison ProjectLearn more here.

Jennifer Zisser

Jennifer Zisser ‘grew up’ in TASC with over 17 years of working for the Rashke family in various roles throughout the company. In 2015 she led the effort to further develop the family foundation operations and execute strategic philanthropy projects. Jennifer is currently leading Little John’s Kitchens & Restaurants an effort to take grocer excess — beautiful, edible, high quality food — and transform into chef-quality meals that are accessible to everyone, regardless of their means. This effort matches up all of Jennifer’s personal and professional experiences and her desire to be a changemaker.