Women United Bruncheon
More than 500 individuals have registered for the Women United
Bruncheon on Wednesday, May 31
. We look forward to celebrating the incredible women leaders in our community.
Thank you to the Women’s Leadership Council who has been hosting this event for more than 20 years. With the dedication of many wonderful volunteers over the years, we are grateful to our Events Committee Chair, Aimee Wiedmeyer
(pictured), for her commitment to creating meaningful experiences and successful special events for Women United.
Aimee has been involved with United Way since 2006, starting with participation in our Emerging Leaders network. She served on the Emerging Leaders Council for seven years, spending time on the Campaign Cabinet and Board of Directors, and in 2017, Aimee joined Women United. She brings so much creativity, expertise, and passion to everything she does. Thank you for all you do, Aimee!
United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County's chapter of Women United is the largest Women United donor network in the United Way system! If you are interested in joining Women United, contact Nancy Clarkin
for more details.
Day of Action 2023
Join us on Wednesday, June 21
for Day of Action 2023
! Thousands of people in more than 400 communities around the world volunteer with their local United Way for this kid-friendly event to help improve their local communities. This year, Emerging Leaders
is partnering with Browning Elementary School and Silver Spring Neighborhood Center to paint, garden, and clean up the school's surrounding areas.
If you are interested in joining the Emerging Leaders network of professionals in their 20s, 30s, and 40s, reach out to Kristen Hagen
for more details.
Diversity Leadership Society
Get on Board Event - Connecting Leaders to Nonprofits
Save the date! The Young Nonprofit Professionals Network, in partnership with United Way's Project LEAD, is hosting an in-person nonprofit board matching event on Wednesday, June 28
. Participants will have the opportunity to visit with representatives from nonprofit organizations to explore board and committee volunteer roles.
Contact Diamond Herring-Rodgers
to attend as a nonprofit seeking board representation or if you are a participant interested in joining a board.
Join Our Council!
is expanding our Leadership Council! As a network, we strive to be as diverse as the LGBTQ+ community we serve. Learn more about our council and ways to get involved here
If you are interested in joining Pride United, contact Diamond Herring-Rodgers
to learn more!
Join us in giving a warm welcome to Craig Miller, a new 2023 Co-Chair for Technology United
! Craig is the CIO at Korn Ferry Professional Network doing amazing work on our Technology United council co-leading the Tech for Good Marketplace
(T4GMP) initiative. T4GMP serves to match local nonprofits with key individuals and organizations through Technology United to support their technology needs.
If you or your organization are interested in supporting T4GMP, you can fill out our Technology United Interest Form
or reach out directly to the Engagement Manager, Cassidy Korpela
Save the Date! Backpack Coalition Returns!
Mark your calendars, Retire United
's signature volunteer event, Backpack Coalition
, returns this summer! Retire United members and their guests will gather in Milwaukee on Tuesday, July 18
and Waukesha on Wednesday, August 9
to fill backpacks with brand-new school supplies that will be distributed to students in Milwaukee, Waukesha, and Washington Counties. Last year alone, Retire United members packed over 800 backpacks for students in need.
Registration opens soon. For more information, contact Bev Arrowood
Thank you for Attending!
Thank you to the volunteers that made our LINC
Together Through Community Schools event a success! LINC volunteers had the opportunity to read books to a K5 classroom at Zablocki Elementary School and held mock interviews for seniors at South Division High School to help students prepare for life after graduation. A special shoutout to our wonderful volunteers who came out to conduct these mock interviews: Madison Ashman, Nora Godoy-Gonzalez, Kaila Mitchel, Ethan Schulting, and Bridgette Yang.
If you want to connect with our area’s top young professional talent, reach out to Kristen Hagen
LINC volunteers and South Division students paired up for mock interviews.
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