WPS Charitable Foundation awards scholarships for 2022

Funds help support education for full-time students

MADISON, Wis.—Oct. 10, 2022—The WPS Charitable Foundation announces the 2022 recipients of the Ray Koenig Memorial Scholarship, benefiting children of employees of WPS Health Solutions or one of its wholly owned subsidiaries. Each of the 16 students selected received a one-year scholarship valued at $1,250.


  • Audrey Ischi of Albany, UW-Green Bay
  • Megan Rault of Algoma, Northern Illinois University
  • Ntsatshiab Lor of Wausau, UW-Eau Claire
  • Connor Martinson of DeForest, UW-Whitewater
  • Madoline Plattenberg of Madison, Northern Michigan University
  • McKayla Frickelton of Poynette, UW-Madison
  • Abigail Weed of Rothschild, MSOE
  • Aiden Rick of Verona, Madison College
  • Katherine Loucks of Weston, UW-Green Bay
  • Anonymous


  • Kade McPhail of Marion, John A. Logan College
  • Whitney Green of Freeman Spur, John A. Logan College


  • Hailey Ryerson of Platte City, Metropolitan Community College
  • Hallie Webber of Lee’s Summit, Truman State University


  • Madison Ferrin of Omaha, University of Nebraska-Omaha
  • Rehgan Gardner of Papillion, Wayne State College

About the WPS Charitable Foundation

The WPS Charitable Foundation was formed in 1986 to honor WPS' first president, Ray Koenig. The Foundation is a nonprofit charitable organization that focuses on enhancing the communities we call home by supporting organizations focused on health and wellness, especially of women and children, seniors, military and veterans, and underserved populations. The Foundation also funds the Ray Koenig Memorial Scholarship program. Each year, the program makes educational opportunities available through scholarship awards to children of employees of WPS Health Solutions and its subsidiaries.