IN THIS ISSUE
Each year, the councils elect new co-chairs to work alongside veteran co-chairs. Thank you to new and returning leaders!
Robyn Ludtke, Waukesha County Business Alliance*
Aimee Wiedmeyer, Harley-Davidson Motor Company
Stacy Williams, Baird
Ann Granitz, BMO Harris Bank, Milwaukee County
Meg Kurlinski, Godfrey & Kahn, S.C.
Erika Smith, Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin*
Nicole Conrad, Adient*
John Dunn, GE Healthcare
Scott Sievert, Accenture*
|Diversity Leadership Society
Grady L. Crosby, Johnson Controls
Jasmine M. Johnson, ManpowerGroup
Nikhil Agarwal, We Energies*
Matt Bane, Baird
Joe Gibson, Northern Trust
Beverly Jurkowski, We Energies retiree
Thomas Littelmann, Great West Financial retiree
*New in 2019
Thank you to the outgoing co-chairs for their outstanding leadership: Stephanie Chedid (Women United), Eileen Hankes (Emerging Leaders), Kerrie Hoffman and Jane Durment (IT United), and Tami Garrison (Diversity Leadership Society).
Share your professional experience and talent to help a student build confidence and pursue a bright future! Join Women United in support of James Madison Academic Campus. Read about one volunteer’s experience
meeting with sophomore girls to discuss professionalism, resumes, and interviews. Learn more and register.
Applications for Project LEAD
's spring session are open. This eight-week training prepares community members for leadership roles on nonprofit boards and committees. Applications and supporting materials are due March 1, 2019. Email Samantha Mitchell
with any questions.
Thank you to Johnson Controls for sponsoring the program!
members: Register for the CIO Forum
, an annual breakfast networking event which features CIO panel discussions on key technology trends and strategies.
Fri., February 15, 2019
7:30AM - 12:00PM
Hilton Milwaukee City Center
Built on the legacy of The Mosaic Project (2000–2010), Partnership MKE is a new initiative that aims to break down barriers and destroy bias by pairing individual community leaders across lines of race, age, religion, sexual orientation, and culture. The program will guide participants through an eight-month process of relationship, understanding, and trust-building.
Applications for the next cohort will be posted on the Partnership MKE website in early February.
Join LINC, United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County’s young professionals’ network for YP week! We will be partnering on events held in Milwaukee and Waukesha County. Stay tuned for more details!
2019 YP Week will be April 19 - April 27.