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Clare Zempel - Economic Outlook
02/03/15 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

Economist and investment strategist Clare Zempel will provide an economic outlook in a program titled, “Economic and Market Outlook 2015-2020: Opportunities and Risks.” Mr. Zempel was an economist for major national firms such as Robert W. Baird and U.S. Bank for more than 30 years and is now principal of Zempel Strategic. He holds degrees from the University of Chicago and is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).

Kurt Bauer & Steve Lyons - Right to Work
02/10/15 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

Kurt Bauer of Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce and Steve Lyons, spokesperson for the Wisconsin Contractor Coalition, will participate in a forum on "Right to Work" in Wisconsin. Moderated by Rotarian Dave Haynes of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. This is a joint program with the Milwaukee Press Club.

Hannah Rosenthal - Religious Freedom and Anti-Semitism
02/17/15 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

Hannah Rosenthal, CEO and president of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation, has spent her career successfully advocating for Jewish causes. She has demonstrated an ability to build relationships within and between communities, creating unique connections with local, national and international influencers. With all that is going on in the world, especially what is happening in Europe , Hannah will discuss anti-Semitism.  She has recently been appointed to the US Commission on International Religious Freedom and will talk about religious freedom at large. As an agent for change, Hannah was responsible for a significant new approach to combating anti-Semitism in her most recent position with the State Department, and successfully led CFW through its transition into an advocacy organization. She is leading the reorganization of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation following the agency’s strategic reimagining process.
 

UWM Chancellor Mark Mone
02/24/15 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

Mark Mone, Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, will talk about the University’s current and expanding partnerships with area business and community groups. UWM has a rich history of these partnerships and was recently named among the nation’s top universities for community engagement by the Carnegie Foundation. UWM is Milwaukee’s university, and together with industry and others, it continues the tradition of making Milwaukee the place where problems are solved and ideas for the future are forged. The University’s School of Freshwater Sciences, School of Public Health, and Innovation Campus in Wauwatosa are uniquely positioned to help propel Milwaukee forward. Chancellor Mone also will discuss how UWM is working with the city, state and region on economic development, addressing the looming talent pipeline shortage, and the impact of the state budget on the UW System and UWM.