3rd Quarter, 2006

As President Jeff Browne said at our last board meeting, an important part of insuring the long-term viability of the Forum is to increase membership so that it accounts for at least 50% of Forum revenue. We can reach that goal with the help of each and every board member.

2nd Quarter, 2006

Forum President Jeff Browne and a team of Forum researchers, including James Robinson, Melissa Lemke, and Liz Elwart, have begun work on the race relations survey. During the last several weeks, the team has been meeting with groups of African Americans, Hispanics, and whites to develop a...

1st Quarter, 2006

F. William Haberman, a prominent Milwaukee attorney, has been elected chairman of the Public Policy Forum, succeeding Rick White who had been chairman for two years.

Bill is a partner in the Wealth Planning Services Group of Michael, Best & Friedrich LLP, Milwaukee’s third largest law...

4th Quarter, 2005

In its annual schooling report, released on November 21, the Forum sounded a warning about the competency of the region’s future workforce. The report said that because the region’s schools underachieve compared to those in the rest of the state, southeastern Wisconsin’s future economic...

3rd Quarter, 2005

Milwaukee region ranks 29th among 50 largest metro areas in attracting federal economic development funds
In its most recent Research Report on economic development released in< early September, the Forum found that the metro Milwaukee area is making significant progress among the...

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