About Chris Kapenga


Chris is Owner and President of Integrated Time Systems, an international provider of Workforce Time Management solutions located in Milwaukee, San Diego, and San Francisco.  Integrated Time Systems has been a part of Southeastern Wisconsin for over 70 years. He is a Certified Public Accountant and has worked for Arthur Andersen and General Electric.

In 2010 Chris was elected to the State Assembly. He is now in his second term and serves on the following committee's:

  • Constitution and Ethics, Co-Chair
  • Financial Institutions, Vice-Chair
  • Health
  • Jobs, Economy and Mining
  • Labor

Chris has been married for 18 years to his wife Cari. They live in Delafield with their two daughters.

In Chris's earliest years he found that common sense, hard work, and your word were vital components to success. He also found that "In God We Trust" was more than a motto printed on our currency. Chris utilizes these valuable lessons in his public and private life. Through his business he has mentored inner city youth on proper work habits and business etiquette.  He also has led several youth groups with his wife Cari and enjoys educating the next generation on ethics, responsibility, and accountability. He feels that making an impact begins with taking action. 

Being a part of his community has always been paramount to Chris.  He has served on the Board of Directors for several non-profit organizations.

 

Chris speaking

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Kapenga's Community Involvement

  • Director, Elmbrook Church Financial Counseling Ministry
  • Vice Chair, West Suburban Christian Academy
  • Mentor, Milwaukee WIB Youth Program
  • Youth Group and Sunday School Leader
  • Volunteer Fundraiser, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
  • Past Safety Instructor for Wisconsin DNR
  • Volunteer - Salvation Army Bell Ringing
  • Volunteer, Mission Discovery Mexico Project

Historical Wisdom:

"Because power corrupts, society's demands for moral authority and character increase as the importance of the position increases."

John Adams