January 26, 2011

Emily Bradley of First Business is the Recipient of the WI-ACE President's Award

MADISON, WI, January 26, 2011 - First Business Financial Services, Inc. (NASDAQ: FBIZ) announced today that Emily Bradley has been awarded the WI-ACE President’s Award.

Emily has been a member of WI-ACE (Wisconsin Association of Colleges and Employers) since 2005 where she has been part of the conference planning committee since 2006, served as the co-chair in 2008, chaired the committee in 2009, and served as President-elect during 2010. Emily is currently serving as the President of WI-ACE for the 2011 term. The President’s award is one of the most prestigious honors that can be awarded to a WI-ACE member. The award recognizes dedication and excellence in serving the membership of the organization. Emily is a Human Resources Associate with First Business Financial Services, and holds her PHR (Professional in Human Resources) certification from the Human Resource Certification Institute. She is responsible for the organization’s recruiting function and handles basic HR Generalist responsibilities. Emily has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse in Management & Human Resources, with a minor in Psychology. She also received a Master of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin - Madison in Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis (ELPA) with an emphasis in Higher Education. Emily serves on the Board of Directors for the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse Alumni Association, is a member of the national and greater Madison area Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) chapters, and involved with the United Way of Dane County and Rosenberry Society.

About Wisconsin-Association of Colleges and Employers, Inc. (WI-ACE)
Founded in 1963, WI-ACE is an organization of Wisconsin employers and college career related offices, devoted to connecting students and graduates with internship, coop and full-time positions. The WI-ACE mission is to provide an opportunity for employers and career services professionals to share knowledge and ideas that inspire, guide, and promote best practices that effectively connect students and employers. Go to www.wiace.org for details.

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