I came from the tiny town made up of less than 2,000 people called Cambridge, WI. I left small town life to attend UW-Milwaukee and landed a full-time position after graduation at a company I interned with. I am now the Human Resources Director at Milwaukee Brewing Company. I'm lucky to be a part of such a growing company that appreciates one of Milwaukee's best pastimes - drinking great beer!
The career opportunities brought me Milwaukee, but it's definitely the people that keep me around. The relaxed and welcoming environment that this city has is unique. I feel like Milwaukee is a big puzzle and you quickly find a place where you fit right in.
Brady street, definitely. It's a street I can bring anyone - my friends, a colleague, my parents, and I always have a great time.
Summer Solstice on North Avenue. It reminds me of when I first moved to Milwaukee and it's a great kick-off to the summer!
I've spent a lot of my time in Milwaukee on furthering in my career. Echelon gives me the opportunity to really give back to the community I call my own. I love being involved with The Salvation Army to ensure members of our community are given every opportunity to succeed. Being a part of a group of such determined individuals makes me confident that we will reach our goals and make a huge impact on our community.
A huge issue that our city struggles with is access to essential resources such as a good education and a safe home. Many citizens in Milwaukee aren't given the chance they need to succeed. I love working with The Salvation Army because they help those who need it most, and give them the opportunities and resources they need to succeed and prosper in the community.